We are looking for a creative user experience designer, who’s obsessed with building intuitive, paradigm-shifting, unapologetically simple user experiences. You’ll empathize with a user in bringing out a creative solution right from the conceptual stage, conducting user research and translate them into wireframes and prototypes. Perseverant in iterating full system and design to ensure excellent user experience.
The design industries cover many categories such as fashion, digital, spaces, and so on. Those who work in this industry focus on creating functional, aesthetic and economically viable plans to be implemented in their concerned fields.
What to expect from the role
- Hands-on experience with creating user-friendly and straightforward ideas for products.
- Learning how to organize, multitask and manage time to complete tasks.
- Hands on experience with wireframes, storyboards, and sitemaps.
- Learn on the job regarding the best practices in user interface and designing.
- Exposure to the design industry and its various responsibilities.
- Design sitemap, wireframes, mockups with a mindset to make our user’s life better.
- Understand the core difficulties and devise a creative and practical solution.
- Perform research and analyze the expectation of the user.
- Believe in action items on every screen and make a great effort in offering minimalist design within the scope of the system.
- Facilitate client’s digital product visions by designing a wireframe, sketch, prototype, and mockups.
- Collaborative design with other partners viz. product management, marketing, technical architect, developers, and visual designers.
- Present useful user stories and journey across multiple devices.
- Understand delivering the value of a good design today than a great design next year.
- Administer and collect user acceptance testing and perfect design if needed.
- Iterate the complete product/ system and culls out areas of improvement for better user experience.
- Champion new ideas and takes smart risks.
- Proven experience in UX experience for multiple digital devices (Web, tablets, mobile and wearables)
- Experience designing mobile apps or complex enterprise applications.
- Proficient with Balsamiq, Invision, Sketch, MarvelApp, Framer.js, Quartz, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, UXPin
- Ability to work with cross-functional teams in understanding the detailed requirement and aligning the needs to product vision.
- Has in-depth knowledge in UX standard
- Excited to follow the UX industry latest trends and technologies.
- Preferably experienced in designing for international languages and complex product requirements.
- Can articulate design processes, ideas, and solution to the team
- Seasoned in testing usability and accessibility concerns.
- Open to constructive feedback
- Standout colleague
On average $107,880 per annum.
Source - glassdoor.com
UX Designer is an entry to an intermediate level job. In this job role, you have to use wireframes, and sitemaps to illustrate and present design ideas for better user experience across channels. It is a stepping stone if you are looking to make a career in design. Here are a few steps you can take towards this job role:
- Bachelor's degree in Interaction Design, Computer Science or any other related field.
- Masters degree in a similar discipline.
- Minimum 5 years of experience with design projects and a good portfolio.
With appropriate experience in this field, you can move onto other jobs in this field such as:
- Visual Designer
- UX/UI Consultant
- Design Instructor
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