Job Description

The Senior Experience Designer will help craft the next generation of augmented reality enterprise software.​ Our work will influence the future of how business gets done—amplifying human ability with our wearable technology. We are looking for a perpetual student of human behavior—proficient in interactive design and prototyping. We seek a designer who is ready to explore new interaction paradigms and eager to join a team exploring the frontier of human-computer interaction and communication.

Responsibilities

  • Fluent in a broad array of interactive formats ranging from mobile and web to physical surfaces and immersive environments
  • A keen observer who is able to intuit human needs and wants
  • A critical thinker who enjoys solving complex problems
  • Experimental, iterative and scientific in your pursuit of human-centric experience
  • Invigorated by collaborating with a diverse team
  • Informed about design trends, but motivated to push past them
  • A detail-oriented craftsperson, passionate about design and technology
  • Conduct research and distill insights
    • Observe the environment and audience
    • Interview stakeholders and target audiences
    • Identify and become familiar with existing content
  • Contribute to ideation and crafting of experience concepts
    • Clearly articulate ideas (sketch, verbal, and written)
    • Document your thinking in artifacts like journeys, wireframes, and flows
    • Organize and categorize information into meaningful structures
    • Design multi-user interfaces and interactions in both physical and virtual spaces
    • Prepare and facilitate collaborative workshop sessions
  • Prototype, Test, & Learn
    • Create digital and/or physical prototype(s) of the experience
    • Create and execute testing protocols to evaluate the prototype
    • Document and help implement iterations to the design based on learnings

Qualifications

  • Minimum of 5 years’ experience designing mobile or web applications, AR, VR, gaming, or physical interactives
  • A professional degree in User Experience, Interaction Design, or Industrial Design
  • A standout portfolio that demonstrates your problem solving ability
  • Expert knowledge of user-centered design principles
  • Demonstrable mastery of XD and prototyping software and tools
  • Exceptional presentation and written communication skills
  • Experience working in lean or agile environments
  • (BONUS) Experience with augmented or virtual reality platforms
  • (BONUS) Digital product and/or service design experience

 Additional Information

  • All your information will be kept confidential according to Equal Employment Opportunities guidelines.

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