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Mid Level User Experience Designer

Bring your talent to our group of self starters and see your ideas come to life.

We’re looking for that rare mix of User Experience Designer and Visual Designer. Sure, there are plenty of creatives tacking UX onto their resumes these days, but if you have a visual design portfolio that makes the Dribbble community drool, and a desire to drive the UX portion of a project with insightful personas, wireframes, sitemaps and other deliverables, we want to talk to you.

Responsibilities include:

  • Design well thought-out modern design solutions for complex enterprise applications, consumer sites and mobile apps.

  • Participate in UX workshops including but not limited to: competitive analysis, task analysis, card sorts, user interviews, and usability tests.

  • Create and revise user experience documents and diagrams including but not limited to: content diagrams,  site maps, personas, wireframes, comprehensive diagrams and static prototypes.

  • Creating visual design that draws on your knowledge of modern UI design principles and techniques

Fluent in responsive design, mobile/tablet UX/UI

  • Ensure all versions of project UX/UI documents are complete, current, and stored/ archived appropriately.

  • Passionate about understanding current and emerging UX/UI trends.

We’d like to see:

  • 2 - 4 years of UX design experience (and the portfolio to prove it) as a hands-on designer in a UX/UI team through the product development cycle of successfully launched web, mobile, and/or software applications.

    • You have some experience participating in gathering intel from user testing and/or usability testing sessions

    • An experienced user of digital design tools, including Sketch, Invision, Zeplin, etc.

  • The ability to engage with clients—presenting your work, and fearlessly defending it when necessary. Your charm is a strong suit

  • You live and breathe good design, always willing to broaden your skills with new challenges