About Ordway:

Ordway is a digital platform that eliminates back-office inefficiencies, identifies revenue trends, and simplifies finance and operations tasks so personnel can focus on strategic growth activities. We are a high-growth SaaS company based in Washington DC and are on a mission to build the world’s most effective billing and finance platform. We are founded by executives from Intacct, Workday, Zuora and First Data and are backed by some of the world’s leading investors. If you are a high-energy, goal-oriented individual, we want to talk to you!

Ordway is looking for a User Experience/User Interface (UI/UX) Designer with a passion for creating delightful, engaging and consistent user experience to join our team. Blending user-centered design and research methodologies with exceptional execution is central to this role. You'll partner with product managers, developers and other members of Ordway's go-to-market teams to conceptualize and design elegant solutions for our SaaS offerings.

Responsibilities

  • Design and deliver compelling, elegant, pleasurable and sophisticated end-to-end user experiences. Responsibilities range from assessing end user needs, designing concepts, presenting and evaluating prototypes to validating user experience feedback and producing artifacts to support product development. 
  • Develop innovative visual designs, screen layouts, navigation systems, interaction models, visual prototypes, user interface elements, typography and color palettes
  • Identify and articulate user needs, build prototypes to test internally and through user research, and refine solutions in the face of data and other findings
  • Be an evangelist for UX and UI best practices and design excellence
  • Maintain knowledge of current and emerging design principles and best practices in visual design, user interface design, interaction design, information architecture, usability theory, and evaluation techniques

Qualifications 

  • User Experience design experience in a B2B or B2C software environment 
  • Knowledge of graphic and visual design principles, with a strong emphasis on UI and UX
  • A passion for design and continual improvement
  • Experience creating UI specs & wireframes with the flexibility and willingness to move from idea, to whiteboard, to execution quickly
  • Expertise with contemporary design tools such as Balsamiq, Figma, Sketch and InVision
  • Basic understand of web technologies HTML/CSS and responsive design principles
  • Ability to thrive in a fast-moving and constantly evolving high growth environment

 

Ordway values diversity of all kinds, and is committed to building a diverse and inclusive workplace where we learn from each other. We are an equal opportunity employer and welcome people of all different backgrounds, experiences, abilities and perspectives. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.

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