Be the UX design thought and executional leader for our team. If you are a candidate who is passionate about helping those around you to reach their fullest human potential, if you see technology as a way to disrupt and reimagine building processes, and insist on the highest standards in UX and human-centered design, you may be the ideal person for this position.
- A mix of User Experience and User Interface design skills – including interaction and Information Architecture design, psychology and user-centred design principles. This role is primarily focussed on UX, but it is also expected to include some UI work
- Work closely with software engineers, data engineers, product managers, scientists, and economists to drive new feature creation
- Design new functionality to the Metrikus dashboard to help users run their business
Work closely with stakeholders to optimize various business operations and develop innovative solutions
- Lead UX research and experimentation to inform our product roadmap
- A portfolio demonstrating samples of design deliverables (personas, journey maps, wireframes, and prototypes)
- Demonstrated history of acquiring user data (e.g., conducting usability studies, performing user research) and creating personas and journey maps
- Experience designing and prototyping with tools such as Sketch, InVision, Photoshop, Illustrator, or similar.
- Excellent communication, presentation, interpersonal, and analytical skills including the ability to communicate complex, interactive design concepts clearly and persuasively across different audiences and varying levels of the organization
- Excited at the thought of working in a dynamic startup environment
- 3+ years experience
- Bachelor or Master's degree in design, human-computer interaction (HCI), or equivalent degree
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