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User Experience Architect

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Aquent's Fortune 100 client is looking for a UX Architect to work a 1-year contract, on-location for 40 hours/week, with high potential to extend in Richfield, MN (suburb of Minneapolis).

You would be working with the team that is tasked with improving and maintaining the customer’s experience browsing the site and activities prior to “add to cart”. This team has four agile cross-functional teams with their own portfolios of work including: the home page, product navigation, product details, product listings, the digital weekly ad, and sales and promotions.


  • Champions the customer and their online experiences of the Client's website
  • Under the direction of the UX Lead, the UX Architect creates documentation to detail the customer experience in support of the experience strategy
  • As a part of a collaborative, agile team the UX Architect is responsible for activities that inform the current- and future-state experiences including audits and inventories of: competitors, current state, business use cases, and user scenarios.
  • Responsible for creating the framework and annotated wireframes, sketches, sitemaps, process flows, low and high fidelity prototypes and other similar artifacts that will inform user story creation, and guide design and development.
  • Translate customer, business and product requirements into am effective and consistent customer experience across all device types (phone, tablet, desktop)
  • Help identify testing and research needs
  • Present in-process work to leads, key stakeholders and peers to solicit feedback to inform iterative designs and attain necessary approvals.
  • Contribute to a cross-functional team that includes other UX Architects, Designers, Copywriters, Developers (front end and back end), Product Managers, business partners and other key stakeholders.
  • Participates in user acceptance testing efforts

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