Senior UX Designer
As a Senior UX Designer, you’ll play an important part in the entire product development process, from brainstorming to launch. You’ll be part of a UX team where each designer is responsible for a different area of our product, and integrated into individual scrum teams. Working closely with the product owner and developers on your team, you’ll create elegant solutions to challenging problems, using a customer centric design process.
We are looking for someone who:
- Has at least 5 years of experience on a Product or UX team, ideally for a SaaS application.
- Has a portfolio of top-notch product work that demonstrates strong UX, design and problem solving skills.
- Has the ability to clearly communicate design rationale and conceptual ideas.
- Is nimble and thrives in a feedback cycle measured in hours rather than weeks.
- Partners across teams at every stage to get necessary context and gather feedback.
- Can define success metrics for a new product or feature, and create the appropriate mechanisms to measure success after it launches.
- Can balance qualitative and quantitative insights, and make data informed decisions based on their findings.
- Loves to see their work ship — quickly.
- Has strong business acumen and ability to think strategically about product initiatives.
- Strives to understand user behaviors and motivations.
- Has a "get it done" attitude and proven background of delivering beautiful work again and again.
- Is a proactive communicator, strives to be articulate and empathetic in their interactions, and likes to share their work early and often.
- Naturally seeks to mentor and inspire more junior designers on the team, and to lead by example.
- Is in tune with what is going on in the world of technology, and considers how they might implement new thinking and ideas in their work.
- Experience in marketing
- Experience in events industry
- HTML/CSS skills
What success looks like in this role:
- To deliver beautiful and highly usable solutions to our customers, that empowers them to confidently build and execute large scale events, and to create great experiences for their attendees.
This is done by:
- Creating clarity and ease of use in a realm that is extremely complex.
- Understanding the problem you’re trying to solve, who the end user is, and how you will measure success.
- Working collaboratively with your scrum team in coming up with a solution.
- Validating and testing designs, using the appropriate methods.
- Reviewing the completed feature or product with developers before launch.
- Measure success of the new feature or product using previously defined metrics.
- Getting along well with other people.