Our end client is looking for a seasoned UX Architect to join their team in the Groton, CT area (just between NYC and Boston) for a 6+ month project engagement. The candidate does not need to be local to interview (Skype/Video interview WILL be REQUIRED) and candidate MUST relocate for project duration (5-day work week) for project duration.
Top Must Haves
Daily Responsibilities Include:
- STELLAR communication/interpersonal skill are a MUST along with solid work history! Effective communicator!
- Team Player and ability to work independently, they will be working hand-in-hand with Product and Engineering but have access to all UX teams, plus 2 inside RTS.
- T-Shaped designer with knowledge of user interviews and some testing with the depth of interaction design, and be able to utilize the design patterns and styles already identified from a visual perspective.
- 5 years ears of experience - 5 at least, but is more about past experience/portfolio
• Lead product user experience strategy; research, identify and work directly with customers and consumers, using stakeholder interviews, competitive audits (business and UX) and user research to understand and validate product concepts and direction.
• Create enjoyable customer experiences by iterating on designs and gathering feedback to constantly improve products
• Transform needs prioritized by business goals into testable questions
• Keep abreast of industry developments and new technologies
• Design and evaluate visual human interfaces using user-centered design principles
• Develop UX related documentation, such as requirements, research findings, journey maps, use cases, user profiles, and mental models
• Define the information architecture and interaction flow of applications
• Present conceptual diagrams, wireframes, and prototypes to key stakeholders
• Analyze usage data to gain deeper product understanding, KPIs and craft recommendations
• Conduct surveys and interviews with internal team members, product experts, and external customers
• Evangelize and educate product and engineering teams to have a better understanding of UX best practices and techniques
• Mentor, multiply and grow skills in more junior UX roles