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UX Designers (x2 MAD)

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Our client, a Fortune 100 Energy Company, has an internal Mobility and Design Team that supports multiple internal tools. They are looking for a UX Designer to be devoted to the continual design and improvement of some of their largest products. Working with a small team of Web Developers, they will be responsible for day-to-day improvements and creation of new features. 

Skills, Experiences, Knowledge 
• Identify gaps between the current and the ideal user experience. Continuously challenge the effectiveness of design, recommending changes, as appropriate. 
• Visualize ideas using professional design tools as well as sticky notes, sketch boards, white-board markers or whatever tools are necessary to rapidly work through research and ideation and move to the next stage 
• Drive the design of next generation, navigation schemes, design patterns, components and templates across the company’s applications, insuring a consistent, appealing, intuitive user experience. 
• As you move from concepts to more detailed designs, create low and high fidelity prototypes that allow you to collaborate and quickly iterate ideas with the project team and get designs in front of end-users for validation. 
• Create final design documentation. At times Lean UX can be applied and at times you may need to be heavier on the documentation. Deliverables might include prototypes, wireframes, flow diagrams, constellation maps, and detailed design specs, style guides. 
• Perform generative and evaluative Research as necessary using standard methodologies and outputs including: personas, stakeholder interviews, contextual inquires, field studies, customer journey mapping, service blueprints, mental models, task analysis, card sorting, usability tests, cognitive walk-throughs, expert reviews, customer satisfaction monitoring, focus groups, brand audits, and competitive analysis. 

EXPERIENCE 
• Significant experience in interactive design and information architecture experience working through the product development life-cycle of several successfully launched web, mobile, kiosk or desktop applications. 
• Ability and desire to adapt design tools and methodologies to a fit for purpose UCD approach to align with various development practices, project sizes and scopes, and UX maturity across organizations. 
• A team player who wants to collaborate and share the white-board marker with non-designers 
• Strong ability to communicate your design, defend your design decisions, and respond quickly to business needs 
• Extremely detail oriented, flexible to change, high tolerance for ambiguity and self-motivated 
• Advanced understanding of Information Architecture and Interaction Design 
• Advanced understanding of user-centered design methods and best practices

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