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UX Designer

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The UX Designer will work with a cross-functional team including Product, Visual Design and Engineering to create and evolve significant online products and features for our client. The position requires a laser-like customer focus, a data-driven approach, and nuanced understanding of the online product development process.

The ideal candidate will possess:
Significant experience with user experience design, including interaction design and usability research, with a consumer Internet company or web design consulting firm/agency.
A tangible, well-grounded sense of interactive design with respect to creating simple, elegant, aesthetically pleasing interfaces based on usability principles while balancing these principles with a commercial orientation.
A comprehensive understanding of the current state of web technology and best practices, with a critical awareness of implications on user-centered design and functionality.
An ability to work effectively in a young organization with sometimes conflicting priorities.

Responsibilities:

Work with a cross-functional team to design a world-class user experience by translating product requirements into engaging concepts and simple interaction models
Define user task flows and concept intuitive designs that promote usability and optimize the user experience of our products and features
Develop high level and/or detailed personas, scenarios, site maps, sketches, storyboards, mockups, wireframes and prototypes to effectively communicate interaction and design ideas
Identify and cater to user behaviors and interaction preferences by testing the usability of features, functionality and conceptual designs
Work with the cross-functional team to A/B test design variations to optimize the KPIs important to the business
Initiate, drive and present usability study results and make actionable research-based recommendations to inform future work

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