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Jan 12, 2018

Cambridge, MA

Freelance

Agent: Eric N.

Job #: 127382

Job Description

We’re looking for a fantastic UX/UI designer for a top healthcare B2B application client. This is a full time role that could convert to perm after 3 months. We’re looking for someone who has a clean sense of design, style and understanding of layout design.

This company, located in the heart of Cambridge, has a great creative team where they focus on application design. You would be working with a variety of other designers, developers, and writers.

 

Responsibilities

• Work with internal team members to understand the problem to solve to deliver user experiences including user interface designs and interaction models

• Lead iterative wireframing efforts with varying levels of fidelity and presentation tools

- Translate business and product requirements into concept designs

- Facilitate design reviews to solicit feedback across the organization from very bright, opinionated colleagues

• Partner with internal teams to test and iterate design concepts

- Demonstrate a command of design methods, tools, communication and presentation skills

Requirements / Experience:

• An understanding of user-centered design, with excellent hands-on UI design skills

• An ability to translate user requirements into high fidelity mockups

- Experience with Sketch, InvisionApp, Adobe Creative Suite, or equivalent

- Ability to multi-task, prioritize requests, communicate with stakeholders, and meet expected milestones

- Experience working in a fast-paced, agile environment

- Have a portfolio with related work

- B2B Web application experience is a must!

Interested? Apply today.

 

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