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Visual/Interaction Desinger

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Our top Fortune 500 commerce client is seeking an Interaction/Visual Experience Designer to inspire, lead, and deliver great experiences in both product and service design!

The culture of this team is open, speculative, critical, fun, dedicated, enthusiastic, hyper-focused! Much camaraderie. They believe design is about possibilities and fueling theri customers passions. You will help create scalable designs for various user types, form factors, and regions (globally). You’ll need strong communication skills to provide a clear rationale for design concepts and how they align to project goals, as well as to clearly articulate design decisions and confidently speak to the rationale for design solutions.

Achieving these goals requires collaboration with top team members across various disciplines including product, marketing, development/engineering, and quality assurance (QA). At each stage of the design process, you’ll fight on behalf of our customers, spending time in their shoes to create smart solutions that improve their lives. Our clients challenges require significant creativity to help resolve business constraints through design solutions. You will be involved in all aspects of design including user research, interaction design, content design, and visual design, and should have a passion to learn and explore each area.


• Interaction Design – defining and solving for all use cases for any given product
• Visual Design – A keen eye for typography, color, and composition, and an understanding of the roles they play in UI
• The ability to think strategically, formulate design-driven strategy, and communicate said strategy (often through decks and presentation)
• Communication: The ability to communicate ideas visually or verbally with concision and efficiency, through napkin sketches, wireframes, or interactive prototypes
• Listening: The ability to open one’s ears and mind to other perspectives, and the desire to merge other perspectives with one’s own
• Adaptively Iterative: The ability to pivot and iterate based on learnings or outside perspectives and affect one’s work rapidly and without the pursuit for “perfection” within any one iteration
• Empathy

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