The Company:

Launch is an agency that creates digital products and experiences. But that doesn’t tell the full story of how we apply strategy and creative thinking. We solve complex problems through research, analysis, and firsthand conversations with users. Our multidisciplinary team brings research and strategy together, building user-friendly designs that engage and inspire. Learn more about our team and culture.

 

The Role: 

As Sr. UX Designer, you focus on delivering user-driven digital experiences, basing your decisions on a solid foundation of research, business strategy, and well-cultivated professional intuition. You understand the user because you know how to identify and analyze quantifiable and qualitative aspects of the user journey.

  • Stay abreast of industry best practices for UX design and processes.

  • Champion principles of usability and user-centered design.
  • Develop your personal process philosophies and share those insights.

 

The Requirements:

  • Experience in UX strategy, user research, requirements definition, UX design, and product design.
  • Experience collaborating with cross-functional teams: visual design, content, and development.
  • Experience managing expectations of and presenting to internal and external stakeholders.
  • Exceptional presentation, communication, and organizational skills.
  • 4+ years of experience in UX – agency experience is a plus.

 

The Responsibilities:

UX Research and Strategy – 50%

  • Perform discovery tasks such as stakeholder interviews, user interviews/testing, user journeys, requirement definition, competitor analysis, persona development, UX audits, information architecture, and final findings and recommendations.
  • Collaborate with team members and clients.
    • Participate in regular work reviews with designers and strategists ahead of internal and client reviews.
    • Conduct or participate in brainstorms, retrospectives, and group work sessions with clients, designers, and strategists.
  • Present work and clearly explain the rationale behind recommendations.
  • Collaborate regularly with Sr. UX Strategist.

UX Design - 50%

  • Create wireframes based on thoughtful consideration of user needs that were learned from research, or in the absence of good research, your well-cultivated instinct as a designer. (Sketch or Figma)
  • Annotate wireframes with well-articulated, highly detailed but simple instructions that anyone can follow. Show that you have consistently discovered and solved edge cases. 
  • Create bespoke component libraries (or consider existing libraries) so that your designs don’t create unnecessary inconsistencies and inefficiencies.
  • Prototype creation in Figma or Invision.

Additional Details:

  • Reports to UX Director. 
  • Expected % of time spent traveling: 5%

 

Launch is an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees.

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