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UX/Interaction Designer

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This is a newly created and exciting opportunity within an award-winning employer. The UX/Interaction designer will provide UX expertise & leadership for the success and design output for creating innovative and engaging solutions for existing desktop products.

Working in a lean, agile and collaborative environment, this role requires someone who enjoys being part of all stages of the design process, from project inception through to delivery; while always striving to create great experiences for clients.

Key responsibilities of the position

• Be a team player within the UX team to ensure the delivery of outstanding experiences and results.
• Work collaboratively within cross-functional teams as a representative for UX recommending best practice to ensure holistic design solutions.
• Counsel a successful relationship between Lean UX and Agile development teams.
• Managing the UX process for your specific from inception to implementation
• Roll up your sleeves and get your hands dirty in all UX activities.
• Provide input to the Design Experience team to influence the strategic direction of the user experience of products.
• Keep abreast of current design tools, techniques and methodologies

Key areas of expertise:

• Knowledge of Agile development principles
• Tertiary education in a UX related field such as cognitive science, psychology, industrial design, human factors, human-computer
• Extensive experience in all things UX: Design thinking, collaborative design, user research, prototyping, testing, reporting, customer journey, personas etc.
• Working experience with appropriate design tools.
• Mobile (Android / iOS) and responsive design experience.
• Strong communication, analytical and interpersonal skills working within cross-functional teams
• Strong visual designer skills is a plus.
• Strategic thinker – able to develop a new/innovative/creative approach/framework to complex problems, situations or opportunities.
• Strong problem solving abilities – able to break complex issues into elegant, intuitive designs.
• Manage multiple projects at the same time and be able to prioritise tasks and set expectations.

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