Ogilvy

  • Experience Designer

    Posted Date 1 month ago(11/14/2018 12:53 PM)
    Requisition ID
    2018-4259
    Location
    US-CO-Denver
    Department
    Creative
  • Overview

    The Ogilvy Experience Design team embraces digital complexity through a measurable, human-centered design approach. We use comprehensive insight to help clients discover unmet opportunities and build transformative customer experiences.

     

    With more than a decade of raising the bar, our purpose- driven, diverse teams share their expertise in design thinking, customer insights, data strategy, and technology to empower clients and achieve long-term success.

    Responsibilities

    Essential Job Functions

    • Take complicated tasks and processes and make them seem easy and intuitive. 
    • Partner with business stakeholders to understand their objectives and requirements. 
    • Apply user-centered and data-driven design strategies to projects that range from mobile applications to complex business systems. 
    • Map the journey of a user and identify opportunities for design solutions based on findings from user research. 
    • Provide intuitive, meaningful, and elegant interpretations of complex concepts based on client information and subject matter experts. 

    Qualifications

    Required Skills

    • 3+ years experience in a similar role
    • Solid understanding of user interface design patterns, information architecture and user experience best practices. 
    • Fascinated by people, their motivations, and desires relating to the design problem. 
    • Identify user needs and establish designs that help them reach their goals. 
    • Highly skilled in Adobe Illustrator, Sketch, and/or other design tools. 
    • Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in human-centered design, interaction design, information architecture, data science, human-computer interaction, visual design or a related program. 

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