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User Experience Architect

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The User Experience Architect is responsible for defining and documenting systems and interfaces from the perspective of the people who will use those systems.

Candidates will have proven experience translating user and business requirements into the structural design of highly intuitive and well-crafted interfaces and digital experiences including websites, mobile applications, kiosks, and touchscreens.

Structural design aspects include, but are not limited to, navigation, taxonomy, user flows, system flows, use cases, personas, task analyses, wireframes and detailed annotations and specifications.

Understanding of how to incorporate both qualitative and quantitative research into their design process and be able to articulate and defend design decisions using this research as an input and a guide.

Candidates must be able to show specific work samples and case studies that show clear, high-quality documentation articulating complex data-driven and user-focused systems.

3–7 Years
Must work well independently and have the ability to successfully lead projects and initiatives
Must be an exceptional collaborator
Must be able to present well and articulate and defend design decisions with grace and logic
Must show exceptional attention to quality and detail as evidenced by work samples and case studies.

Mac OS
Adobe Creative Suite
OmniGraffle
Axure
Microsoft Office
Drawing/Sketching Ability
Quantitative Research Skills (parsing/incorporating)
Qualitative Research Skills (parsing/incorporating)
Structural design aspects include, but are not limited to, navigation, taxonomy, user flows, system flows, use cases, personas, task analyses, wireframes and detailed annotations and specifications.

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