Our client is looking for a Designer
to join their growing team, supporting their immediate initiative to deliver simplified, end-to-end workflows and clear, compelling, intelligent cyber security action plans. This role is responsible for gaining deep insight into the users' behaviors and needs through user research and product discovery. You will also be responsible for designing the behavior (interactions) and visual interface of new product features and improving the usability and design of the existing product features.Responsibilities:
- Participate in user research to guide product design decisions (contextual inquiry, usability testing, competitive analysis etc.) and collaborate/communicate results to the teams.
- Work closely with cross-functional teams to help define business and feature requirements; collaborating on project briefs and writing job stories, analyze empirical data, usability findings, market research, and proven UX principles to justify and prioritize these requirements.
- Create flows, wireframes, prototypes, diagrams, and design mockups as needed to effectively conceptualize and communicate detailed interaction behaviors.
- Use the established design and visual patterns to strengthen consistency across product suite.
- Present design work to teams and managers for critique.
- The ability to ideate rapidly and creatively. A willingness to discard or revisit ideas that aren't working. A laser-focus on making measurable impact.
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- Bachelor's or Master's Degree in the study of design including one of the following: Design, Information Architecture, Human Factors, or equivalent project/portfolio experience.
- 7 or more years of experience in the design field.
- Experience with SaaS enterprise applications.
- Experience moving work through the entire product development lifecycle and a portfolio of measurable customer and business outcomes.
- Hands-on experience with qualitative and quantitative research methods—including ethnographic field research, lab and remote usability testing, rapid iterative testing and evaluation, and participatory design.