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User Experience Designer

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Fortune 500 company is seeking a UI/UX Designer to support 3 selling experience scrum teams.  If you’re interested in joining a purpose driven community that is dedicated to creating an ambitious and inclusive workplace, join a company you can be proud to be a part of.  Whether it’s an intricate shopping interface or an enticing advertisement that drives a user to take action; it’s all about making a positive, lasting impression. 

Job requirements – 
Completed a Bachelor’s degree or equivalent in HCI or relevant major. 
Familiarity with prototyping for both micro-interactions and larger flows whether you use Principle, Origami, Keynote, InVision, or another tool/framework. 
Proficiency and flexibility with your tools. We primarily use Sketch, but experience with Photoshop, Illustrator, etc. counts. 

Experience working in agile a plus, along with partnering with dev to see design concepts through to implementation. 

Primary job responsibilities: 
Collaborate with cross-disciplinary teams to concept beautiful and intelligent user experiences 
Work closely with senior designers to ingest, understand and push thru the work of other designers 
Get inspired by best-in-class user experiences and cultivate a unique approach to problem solving
- UX Foundations: Strong creative, conceptual and problem-solving skills to translate conceptual ideas (business needs and user goals) into best-in-class designs. 


Team spirit: Work collaboratively with cross-functional team of Product Managers, Engineers, Marketing and Research to define the best user experience for our Selling products. 
Process: You will work within an agile/scrum process that supports creative design thinking, while meeting sprint deadlines. 


Design connectivity: Use your design skills to support cohesiveness across multiple design touchpoints. Ensure that Selling designs maintain a cohesive quality with design standards and principles. 

Craftsmanship: Ability to translate user goals and behaviors into artfully crafted design ideas. Able to create workflow diagrams, wireframes, and mock-ups rapidly and at the right level of fidelity (e.g., sketching and white boarding, to IxD modeling for dev, to polished visual deliverables and keynote proposals) Information gatherer: Assess data from multiple sources (product requirements, tech constraints, UX research, web analytics) and synthesize it in order to develop efficient user scenarios, taxonomies, navigation systems, design patterns, etc. 

 

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