About Clearwater Analytics®

Clearwater Analytics® is a global SaaS solution for automated investment data aggregation, reconciliation, accounting, and reporting. Clearwater helps thousands of organizations make the most of investment portfolio data with cloud-native software and client-centric servicing. Every day, investment professionals worldwide trust Clearwater to deliver timely, validated investment data and in-depth reporting. Clearwater aggregates, reconciles, and reports on more than $5.5 trillion in assets across many Fortune 500 clients.

 

UX Designer

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Clearwater Analytics® is looking for an experienced UX Designer to shape positive user experiences for Clearwater’s client-facing and internal applications. We help thousands of institutional investment organizations around the world transform their accounting and analytics operations with our trusted and comprehensive platform. We value teamwork, innovation, professional growth, and the success of our clients. As a UX Designer at Clearwater you will partner with clients, product owners, developers, and business leaders to design delightful, intuitive, and effective solutions for new products and features. You will help shape the future of client experience for a rapidly growing product suite.

 

What you’ll be doing:

· Partner in qualitative and quantitative user research studies to understand user behavior and experiences

· Help to clearly identify user problems and align them with business requirements

· Lead and participate in design exploration, ideation, and review activities

· Produce prototypes of varying fidelity to test with clients and stakeholders

· Test prototypes early and often to iterate toward a deliverable for development teams

· Document and communicate design decisions

· Provide assets, specifications, and guidance for implementation of your designs through the development process

· Contribute to multiple projects in varying stages of development

· Contribute to, advocate for, and help maintain the company-wide design system

· Mentor junior designers and grow design culture across the company

 

About you:

· 5+ years industry experience in UX design, web design, graphic design, human-computer interaction, or related field

· Ability to provide a portfolio of UX specific work

· A keen understanding of design thinking methods and user-centered design principles

· Comfortable producing design deliverables such as user flows, and prototypes

· Familiar with qualitative/quantitative research methods and analytics platforms (e.g., Google Analytics, FullStory)

· Expertise with UX design tools such as: Adobe XD, Figma, Sketch, Axure

· Up to date with the latest UI trends, techniques, and technologies

· Strong interpersonal and communication skills; skilled in communicating highly technical concepts in clear, simple terms

 

Bonus points if you have:

· Experience creating and maintaining a design system

· Experience with design tokens and developer frameworks

· Experience working in fin-tech and/or enterprise software

· Understanding of HTML/CSS

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