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UX Researchers


Oct 25, 2017



Agent: Joe M.

Job #: 124812

Salary: Open

Job Description

Seattle firm is looking for multiple UX Researchers to help with a variety of client projects. This position is onsite in Seattle, 40 hours per week, and can range from 1-3 months based on needs.

Must have professional experience as UX Researcher. Client is open to varying levels of experience from 2 + yrs experience to 10+ years experience.

Job Responsibilities

  • Moderating and planning usability lab studies and field user research sessions.
  • Analyzing research findings and preparing high-impact reports and presentations for clients.
  • Editing video highlights from research sessions.
  • Meeting with clients to help define work and propose specific tools and methods.
  • Delivering findings that ensure the usability and usefulness of interfaces for our client's end-users.
  • Advocating for users while understanding the business goals of clients.

Job Qualifications

  • Formal education in a relevant field such as usability engineering, human centered design, cognitive psychology or equivalent hands-on experience to demonstrate an understanding of usability theory, methods, and practices.
  • Experience designing and conducting a wide range of UX research activities. 
  • Excellent presentation and written communication skills.
  • Experience working directly with clients in a consulting role, including leading client meetings.
  • Proven ability to communicate recommended design solutions for observed UX issues.
  • A high comfort level with computer hardware and software.
  • Working knowledge of video editing techniques.
  • A working knowledge of technology constraints and capabilities.
  • Direct experience with user centered design projects.
  • UX design experience is a plus

Client Description:

Seattle-based firm


Ability to use your own computer onsite. 

May need to travel to other cities for work. 

Want more details about this and other Seattle opportunities? Meet Joe Menard!

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