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UX Designer

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Apr 01, 2019

Atlanta, GA

Temp To Perm

Agent: Paige W.

Job #: 145923

Salary: 60-80K

Job Description

On the hunt for a 2-5 yr UX Designer. Looking for someone who lets empathy drive their design and is a well-rounded UX talent. This role will have some light research, heavy wireframing & mapping and will kick-off the beginnings of design!

Essential Duties and Responsibilities::

  • Participate in user research including interviews, contextual inquiries, and other techniques as appropriate
  • Develop insights from research, elevating understanding and helping clarify problems to be solved and opportunities to excel
  • Explore alternative solutions to problems through both participation in collaborative ideation and within your own personal process
  • Clarify solutions and insights with cleanly documented user stories, flows, journeys, and sitemaps
  • Capture novel interactive solutions using low and high-fidelity wireframes, depending on need
  • Rapidly test solutions using various inspection techniques: heuristic evaluation, cognitive walkthrough, and user testing
  • Be highly collaborative - welcoming input from team members as well as providing your own insight to others’ work regularly

Client Description:

A creative agency offering digital solutions, customer experience, product development and digital marketing! They're located in South Buckhead/North Midtown area.

Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in Interactive Design, HCI, or similar field
  • 2+ years of experience
  • A portfolio of work demonstrating design process from discovery through wireframes
  • An unquenchable interest in emerging technology and its potential applications
  • An eagerness to empathize with users
  • Ability to produce testable prototypes using commonly available tools
  • Basic understanding of front-end technologies, uses, and limitations: HTML, CSS, and Javascript

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