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*Sr. Product Designer

Seattle, Wa
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Vitamin T is looking for a Senior Product Designer who is one part user-centered strategist and another part user interface designer. The ideal candidate will understand the underlying business
drivers, dynamic states involved in the user journey, and how their work fits the client's larger ecosystem.Must be proficient in Figma.


● 7+ years of full-time, professional design experience
● Undergraduate degree in design or portfolio school certification
● Portfolio demonstrating product design problems and their solutions

● Solid production and prototyping skills in Figma (required) and Adobe Creative Suite (preferred).
● Knowledge/understanding of UX design best practices
● Proven ability to take direction, remain organized, communicate effectively and work autonomously
● Excellent written and verbal communication skills
● Strong collaboration skills, flexibility, and an understanding that the best ideas can come from anyone, not just designers
● Ability to gracefully receive constructive feedback

●Create user-centered designs by balancing user journey needs and feedback, user research, and technical constraints/opportunities.
● Iteratively concept (from low- to high-fidelity) and deliver solutions through testing, learning, and iteration.
● Understanding legacy software constraints as the client improves existing experiences while pushing their thinking on novel products and capabilities as they re-invent and re-engineer their platforms.
● Utilize existing design guidelines while being comfortable inventing new ways to meet user needs more elegantly.
● Design for device-specific differences in user behavior and best practices (i.e., mobile vs. tablet vs. desktop)
● Communicate complex, interactive design concepts clearly and persuasively across different audiences and levels of the organization
● Continuously gather inspiration, follow industry trends, and contribute to the broader team’s understanding of best-in-class references. Author case studies, design patterns, and presentations
to educate the wider team on emerging design approaches
● Manage workload independently while juggling multiple projects and priorities and know when to ask for help.