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UX/UI Designer

Our Creative team is looking for an experienced User Experience and User Interface Designer. Integral to the creative process and playing a pivotal role within the strategy, conception, design, and execution of products and platforms. Charged with understanding and harmonizing user needs with business objectives, this role solves complex problems through the design of intuitive interfaces and transformative digital experiences. The ideal candidate produces deliverables that become the keystone aligning stakeholders and the blueprint to guide developers. This person is involved throughout the entire project execution through final delivery, ensuring positive business outcomes and exceptional user experiences and thrives in a team environment and is collaborative by nature.

Requirements

  • Must have 5+ years of user experience or interaction design
  • Demonstrated and proven experience defining, developing, and documenting UX deliverables
  • Demonstrated ability to execute from start to finish projects with moderate senior supervision
  • Excellent oral and written communication and presentation skills
  • Proficient in: Adobe Creative Suite, Figma, Sketch, Invision
  • A rooted understanding of: HTML5 + CSS3, Javascript, React, Component Library Design
  • A keen understanding of UI and visual design principles 
  • Demonstrate initiative by identifying issues for managers and team members
  • Demonstrate sound judgment in resolving matters of moderate complexity
  • Demonstrate strong detail orientation, process orientation, organizational, and multi-tasking skills
  • Demonstrates the ability to work in a team environment; initiative to work and learn independently and proactively contribute to department goals
  • Demonstrate intellectual curiosity and analytical skills in broad areas relating to user experience, technology and design

Bonus Requirements

  • Experience creating A/B testing and have had major involvement in the process
  • Experience working in an agency environment that developed enterprise solutions, as a UX Designer and have done so across multiple client initiatives
  • Working knowledge of Angular, Angular.JS, other development languages and frameworks such as Bootstrap
  • Experience writing discussion guides and conducting user interviews

Responsibilities

  • Contribute to all UX project deliverables including strategic vision briefs, research reports, concepts, personas, annotated wireframes, functional flows, site maps, content inventories, etc.
  • Work closely with Business Development, Account Management and Technology departments to understand and articulate client business objectives and requirements
  • Champion principles of usability and user-centered design
  • Work closely with creative and development teams to ensure flawless design and execution
  • Participates in gathering and analyzing user data (qualitative, quantitative) to inform the design
  • Creates artifacts such as user flows, sketch mockups, wireframes, static or interactive prototypes
  • Gathers and incorporates feedback from end users, project stakeholders, and internal teams
  • Present design concepts and explains rationale to team members and stakeholders
  • Receive and analyze feedback to inform appropriate design iterations
  • Effectively manage pivoting workloads and meet established deadlines
     

Rose Digital

We are a Manhattan-based digital agency helping market-leading brands build the future. Our focus is on mobile and augmented reality experiences but overall we just want to build dope digital products.

This position will start as a remote full-time position.

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