- Responsible for designing applications for usability, performance, and high availability.
- Apply interactive and accessible design principles to provide for a cohesive user experience.
- Collaborate with teams to build responsive web design and development features.
- Contribute thoughtfully to the user experience and user interactions.
- Collaborate closely with designers, developers and BAs by reviewing mockups, creating proof of concepts, and providing alternative solutions when necessary.
- Scope and implement individual-level technical solutions with minimal guidance.
- Conduct UX/UI reviews with development to ensure quality of design and brand
- Audit and ensure Section 508 Standards are met
- Update Shared UI Library and Brand Standards Guide as standards are defined and implemented
- Collaborate with clients to ensure requirements are defined and met.
- Work experience with a focus on user interface action (UI)
- Experience working in Agile environment
- Ability to work both independently and in a collaborative team environment and meet required schedules and timeliness
- Thorough understanding of WCAG AA Accessibility Standards. Knowledge of designing for Section 508 is a plus.
- A strong understanding of how to turn functional requirements into high-fidelity wireframes / interactive prototypes using Adobe XD (preferred), (other wireframing tools can be Sketch, Figma)
- Section 508 Trusted Tester Certificate within 3 months
- UX/UI Certification with reputable training organization (current) – preferably with a high emphasis on User Interaction
- Portfolio showcasing design work, accessibility designs, and wireframes
- Adobe Suite
- All candidates must have a portfolio
LCAT: Information Engineer - Level I
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