• Lead Experience Designer

    Posted Date 5 days ago(6/12/2018 12:58 PM)
    Requisition ID
    2018-3427
    Location
    US-NY-New York
    Department
    Creative
  • Responsibilities

    A lead experience designer is responsible for facilitating, generating and executing great user experiences for our clients and their end users. Acting as a coach, mentor and lead for both internal teams as well as an advocate for our clients’ needs, a lead experience designer is a true veteran of human-centered design, interaction design and design research – and still in love with getting their hands dirty.

     

    • User experience planning and development
    • Responsible for the execution of strong interaction design and visual design principles
    • Facilitating dialog around end-user requirements and business requirements
    • Guiding clients through key design engagements
    • Performing user research
    • Driving innovative solutions within platform constraints and technical limitations
    • Developing interaction models and conceptual frameworks of experience
    • Researching interaction design trends
    • Researching technology trends
    • Performing other duties as assigned

    Qualifications

    • 6+ years of user experience design experience for software, Web applications, consumer electronics and/or mobile devices
    • Strong conceptualization ability and strong visual communication ability
    • Exceptional design skills, production value and attention to detail
    • Strong working knowledge of Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Fireworks and associated design tools
    • Extensive experience with user interface design patterns and standard UCD methodologies across multiple platforms
    • Clear leadership skills
    • Strong written and verbal communication skills
    • Strong client-facing presentation and communication skills
    • Strong understanding of common software development practices
    • Bachelor’s and/or Master’s degree in interaction design, new media design, industrial design, HCI, human factors/ergonomics or related field

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