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Job: Senior User Experience Designer at NetSuite

Posted: April 10th, 2017 | Author: | Filed under: Jobs | Tags: | No Comments »

Are you ready to take on the next biggest challenge in your career?  Do you thrive in an entrepreneurial environment that delivers industry leading cloud applications? Oracle NetSuite is building a next-generation, ERP cloud suite that is powering some of the world’s highest growth medium sized companies. If you’re looking to share your unique perspective and ideas at a collaborative table and help equip all kinds of businesses achieve their visions, check us out.

Position Summary

We’re looking for a new member of our global Experience Design Team to work out of Kitchener location. Our team lives to bring delight to our enterprise software products, and you will too!

As a Senior User Experience Designer, you are a creative problem solver with a passion for providing innovative & engaging designs that are easy to use. Specifically, you’ll work with cross-functional teams of designers, developers & product managers to build a new vitality into our set of Financial products. Using a combination of best practice and innovation, you’ll help our team create a strong, best-in-class experience for our global customers.

You understand users. You design to solve problems. You see elegance and power in simple interactions. You can gather requirements, make decisions, present ideas, and work collaboratively to come up with viable solutions.

Responsibilities

  • Hands-on creative problem solving in a cloud-driven enterprise software system.
  • Work with a multi-disciplined of designers, user researchers and product managers in a fast-paced, dynamic, agile environment, balancing business value, technology, user needs, and operational costs.
  • Turn actionable user research & high level product requirements into high-quality design deliverables that communicate design solutions and facilitate discussion, including user flows & wireframes.
  • Facilitate design sessions, and use iterative UX techniques to synthesize findings and feedback into an informed experience design.
  • Make informed decisions: present design alternatives and effectively communicate rationale and trade-offs, and react quickly and confidently to any changes in project plans.
  • Demonstrate a passion for iteration and eagerness to receive feedback, thoughtfully incorporating user, UX team member, developer & product manager responses into design revisions.
  • Prioritize multiple projects of varying timelines, degrees of complexity and scope.

Qualifications

  • Degree in Product Design, Human Factors, Human Computer Interaction or related field, or equivalent professional experience.
  • Minimum 5 years working in the field of UX Design. Experience with “big data software” a huge plus.
  • Online portfolio demonstrating your problem-solving ability: problem analysis, personas, scenarios, user journeys, sketches, wireframes, prototypes, task-flows or other relevant design artifacts.
  • Analytical and strategic mindset. We privilege how you think over pixel-perfect visual design skills.
  • Flexibility to work with geographically distributed teams
  • Leadership abilities with exceptional interpersonal skills
  • Excellent communication skills.
  • Experience working in Agile Development methodology is a plus.
  • Experience in User Research and Usability Testing is an asset.
  • Front end web design experience (HTML, CSS) is an asset.

As part of Oracle’s employment process candidates will be required to complete a pre-employment screening process, prior to an offer being made. This will involve identity and employment verification, salary verification, professional references, education verification and professional qualifications and memberships (if applicable).

Oracle is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability and protected veterans status or any other characteristic protected by law.

To apply, please email your resume and portfolio to Gary Good: gary.g.good@oracle.com.

Job ID: 17000ETV


Job: Product Designer at Igloo

Posted: December 12th, 2016 | Author: | Filed under: Jobs | No Comments »

Igloo’s goal is to help people communicate and collaborate in the workplace. This means creating simple but effective workflows to enable people to create content and a delightful experience for consuming and collaborating on it.  We need a design leader who fights for the user, sets a high bar for design in all of our products and is a champion for instilling a design culture in our business.

Our Ideal Candidate

You walk in the shoes of the user, think in experiences and are passionate about creating solutions that are intuitive and motivating. You understand that design and performance are not mutually exclusive and you know how to blend the two. And you love making interfaces that are easy to use and beautiful at the same time.

You use a spectrum of tools: personas, design sprints, customer journey maps, wireframes, and occasionally, the back of a napkin to help you design effective solutions to customer problems. You love taking rough ideas and iterating on them until they are a refined product that reinforces our brand and vision.

You enjoy working and collaborating with product managers, developers, testers and company leadership to create the best experiences for customers. You will question and gather feedback on designs, prototypes and demos to ensure they live up to a high standard. Above all else you are passionate about product design, the user, and designing delightful experiences.

Think you’re the right fit? Submit your re­sume including a link to your portfolio to careers@igloosoftware.com.

Key responsibilities

  • Join a team that’s leading interaction design for our product.
  • Take complex ideas and translate them into clean workflows based on user research.
  • Facilitate user testing and conduct interface analysis.
  • Engage with our customers and product team to understand user needs and competitive landscape.
  • Aid in the creation of user stories and support our engineering teams during scrum sprints.
  • Create and maintain design guidelines to ensure consistency across our applications.
  • Work with design and development teams to bring UX concepts to life.
  • Evangelize the importance of design within the organization.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

  • 2-4 years’ experience working in UX for web-based platforms.
  • Experience in user research, interaction design and visual design for the web.
  • Strong creative research, writing, and design skills.
  • Strong communication skills, but better listening skills.
  • You live in Sketch for early concepts, wireframes and high fidelity mockups.
  • Adept at creating interactive prototypes with InVision, Marvel, Flinto or similar tools.

Nice to Haves

  • Experience with graphic design.
  • Ability to write HTML, CSS, and JavaScript.
  • Experience with responsive and native mobile app design (iOS, Android).

Education

3-year diploma or 4-year degree in design, computer science, human-computer interaction, or similar.


Job: Manager of UX Design at Christie Digital Systems

Posted: November 9th, 2016 | Author: | Filed under: Jobs | No Comments »

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Join the UX team at Christie in a leadership role and help solve meaningful and complex design challenges with a team of dedicated professionals. Established several years ago at Christie, the UX team has made a significant shift in our culture and in our product lines, shifting us from technology centric to user centric designs. The on-going collaboration with engineering teams in designing new processes and output have helped changed the shape of the professional AV industry, with several high profile wins attributed to the group. This role will offer a high profile chance to work in industrial, visual and interaction design paradigms to create meaningful, enjoyable experiences that are market leading.

In this role, you will assume the primary leadership, scaling up staffing, managing and mentoring staff, providing insight and guidance to the team, establishing work processes and principles, work closely with engineering and product management, organize user research, seek greater market and user insights and help in making the inevitable trade-offs between usability and engineering constraints. You will be one of the primary champions of UX at Christie and will interact with many beyond engineering and product management including sales, customers of all levels and at industry events.

You will have three or more years of leadership experience of a UX team and five to fifteen years of industry experience. A keen understanding and experience in industrial design, visual design and interaction design principles are a must. A passion for product design and the ability to bridge the gap between users and complex tools as well as a desire to understand and analyze market trends and dynamics are key. A strong portfolio of work along with demonstrable leadership qualities will be vital too. A dynamic self-starter with a passion for leading teams to greatness in a UX discipline will define the winning candidate.

To apply, please email Hans Kao at hans.kao@christiedigital.com.


Job: Interaction Designer at Manulife RED Lab

Posted: November 9th, 2016 | Author: | Filed under: Jobs | No Comments »

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Imagine a place where grown men and women are not afraid to play with Lego. Where practically all surfaces are made as canvases for your ideas (that means you can write on them, yo). Where you — yes, YOU — get to have a say on what cool new shiny toy you want to play with next in order to solve real problems in how financial services (think: banking and insurance and everything in between) is done today. And you get paid to do it.

Welcome to Manulife’s Research, Exploration and Development Lab! But you can call it the RED Lab. We’re a small team with big ideas and we want more idea hackers like you. We are fully funded and supported by Manulife but largely work autonomously like a startup. We aim high, run fast, and jump often. Our playground is the Communitech Hub — the origin of Pebble Watch, Thalmic Labs, Vidyard and more. This is where all cool things related to startups and innovation in Kitchener/Waterloo happen. And that’s where we want to play, too.

About the role

The Interaction Designer will be able to discover, understand, and communicate the organization’s business requirements, the emotional desires of our customers, and the context in which these two come together. Regardless of form-factor or device, the Interaction Designer will make deliberate design decisions backed up by solid reasoning and evidence. We’re looking for someone who is part researcher and part UI designer, who is driven by curiosity, a healthy appetite to learn, and an eagerness to solve people’s problems.

About you

  • Are you a creative who is analytic? Or an analytic who is creative?
  • Do you believe in and champion the value of user research?
  • Do you love designing interfaces that help and delight people?
  • Are you excited to influence and convince your peers to look at the world through your
    empathy-tinted worldview?
  • Do you get excited by the idea of advocating for the value of design in a large organization?
  • Are you comfortable with prototyping and interface-building tools like Keynote, Sketch,
    InVision, Illustrator or any other tools to bring your design ideas to life? Are you always looking
    out for new tools that can make your design process better?
  • Do you believe that financial services need to be designed better for human experiences?
  • Do you care and wonder about how many more things can be stuffed in a pizza crust?

Then RED Lab wants to talk to you!

How you will contribute

  • Participate in and contribute to project kickoff and ideation sessions and help to set the overall design strategy.
  • Plan, coordinate, and conduct user requirements analysis, task analysis, conceptual modelling, interaction design, and usability testing.
  • Design and specify user interfaces for multiple form factors including smartphones, smartwatches, and even voice, using participatory and iterative design techniques, including observational studies, customer interviews, usability testing, design sprints, rapid prototyping, and other forms of requirements discovery.
  • Be comfortable with producing and evangelizing design artifacts like personas, storyboards, scenarios, flowcharts, design prototypes, and design specifications.
  • Effectively communicate research findings, conceptual ideas, detailed design, and design rationale both verbally and visually with a strong bend towards storytelling.
  • Work closely with RED Lab/Manulife developers to ensure that design specifications are understood and implemented.
  • Occasionally mentor and educate co-ops, peers, and senior managers on the design process.

What success looks like

Success in this role means delivering results and excitement through team work and a relentless focus on what’s best for Manulife’s customers and the organization. Success is walking into RED Lab every work day eager to learn about emerging trends in technology and design, and having the drive and curiosity to bring your wildest imaginations to life. Success is embracing uncertainty and being willing to discover as you continue to rapidly prototype your way to knowledge. Success is making it easier for the larger organization to adopt your ideas and enthusiasm for change. Success is believing that you can make a difference.

How to apply

If this posting has resonated with you, then what are you waiting for? Send your cover letter and portfolio of your best works and design process (we really, really would like to see a portfolio), to Ali_Tariq@manulife.com. If we see a potentially good fit, we’ll call you in to get to know each other a little more!


Job: UI/UX Designer at Bedouin

Posted: November 3rd, 2016 | Author: | Filed under: Jobs | No Comments »

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If you’re an individual looking to work in an environment that facilitates your obsessive need to perfect details — this is the role for you.

We’re looking for a team player that is familiar with both UX Research and can apply those principles in their own UI/interface designs. This role will primarily be working on our internal projects, and will involve some occasional work on long-standing client projects. You will collaborate with internal Bedouin colleagues to develop and maintain our projects, along with experimenting by building out mini projects and tools for Bedouin in our laboratory.

This role is perfect for someone who cares about the methodical parts of UX, creative pieces of UI, and the ability to drive innovation through growth by design.

You can do this:

  • Communicate like a boss
  • Familiar with best UX practises and techniques
  • Create pixel perfect interface design, while still keeping in mind UX practises
  • Enhance designs with fluid, elegant animation and interactivity
  • Constantly seek inspiration, and share that inspiration with others
  • Stay humble and stay hungry, leaving ego at the door
  • Articulate challenges before they become problems
  • Work hard, play hard, and love what you do

What we expect:

  • Experience with Sketch
  • Execute interaction design and visual design as a part of a multi-disciplinary team
  • Design elegant solutions to complex workflows
  • Consult with clients and lead experience architect
  • Research interaction design trend and technology trends
  • Create developer-ready wireframes, behavioural specifications and personas
  • Develop mobile and web mock-ups and demos
  • Have been developing for a while now (over 2 years)

Bonus Points:

If have experience with Principle, we’ll be happy campers.

You get this:

  • Money
  • Free snacks (who hates fruit roll-ups?!) and frequent company lunches/dinners
  • Amazing clients to work with
  • A great working space in Downtown Kitchener right next to the Innovation District
  • A seasoned team with acquisitions under their belt that work hard, have fun, and love challenges
  • Growth opportunities

To apply

Please send your resume and cover letter to hello@bedouin.com. Please include your portfolio, Behance or Dribbble links, and/or samples of your work to be considered for this position.

*Please note: While we sincerely appreciate your interest in Bedouin, due to a high number of applicants, sometimes we can only respond directly to those who best quality and meet the specific criteria and standards of our roles.


Job: Senior Product Designer at D2L

Posted: October 3rd, 2016 | Author: | Filed under: Jobs | No Comments »

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Location: Kitchener, ON
Position: Senior Product Designer
Company: D2L

Are you a motivated Product Designer who is passionate about creating delightful and usable experiences that help users become awesome? Do you like to think big and have a desire to inspire the people around you? Do you want your design work to have a bigger impact? If this sounds like you, then come join our Product Design team as a Product Designer, and help us change the way the world learns!

We are a design team of just over 20 individuals. Our primary roles are Product Designer or User Experience Researcher — but we are much more diverse than our roles suggest. Although most of us have been at D2L longer, our team is just over one year old. In that time we’ve come together in a big way and we’ve made some big splashes together.

We are organized in persona teams: “Learner Experience”, “Teacher Experience” and “Institutional Experience”. Our team personas do not define us — we are one team and work in pairs that transcend these groups – because learning is a two way street between learner and teacher. If you are looking to be a part of a nascent Design Culture — this is the place for you.

We are not looking for unicorns. We don’t want you to code — unless that is how you communicate naturally. We don’t want you to spread yourself thin across too many areas of specialization.

We are looking for someone who wants to share what they know about design and someone who wants to grow as a designer. Someone who wants to focus on designing the right experiences for learners and teachers. Someone willing to fail early and diverge…

“The way to get good ideas is to get lots of ideas, and throw the bad ones away.” — Linus Pauling

If this sounds like you, we want to talk to you. If this sounds to good to be true, it isn’t — the catch is that we expect you to bring your A game — every day.

What we are looking for

  • Passion — We want to see your passion for users, for design and for working collaboratively with other talented designers and user researchers.
  • Portfolio — You don’t need to have launched products that have changed the world. But, you will need to show us your designs and have a conversation about the business and user problems you are trying to solve.
  • Point of view (POV) — We want to hear what you have to say. We are looking for designers who have and can form opinions about their work. You’ll need to be able to talk about your ideas, concepts, research findings and designs in front of others – including senior leadership.

What we offer

  • A design team like no other in Kitchener-Waterloo.
  • A place for you to learn and grow as a designer and a human being.
  • Projects that will make you feel good again about working in tech. It’s not all about eyeballs, advertising and closing VC rounds.
  • A chance to change the way the world learns.
  • A strong commitment to work/life balance. Because you and your family matter.

Brass tacks

Ok, beyond passion, portfolio and point of view, we are looking for someone with some real design experience — 5+ years worth.

We are looking for someone who is a team player and wants to collaborate with others. You should understand that everyone can be a leader. Being a self starter is a given.

If you have the 5+ years experience, we’re assuming you can work in an agile environment and you understand and practice key concepts including: Lean UX, Design Sprints (Google Ventures version of Design Thinking process) & Story Mapping. This experience is a vital foundation for the work that you’ll do here.

“Creativity is contagious. Pass it on.” —Albert Einstein

Apply online on our website.


UX Developer at Thalmic Labs

Posted: August 5th, 2016 | Author: | Filed under: Jobs | Tags: | No Comments »

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Location: Kitchener, ON
Position: UX Developer
Company: Thalmic Labs

About us

Thalmic is a hardware + software company building exciting technologies that will shape the future of human-computer interaction, backed by a world-class team of investors including Spark Capital and Intel Capital.

We announced our first product, the Myo gesture control armband, in 2013, and pre-sold over 10,000 units in the first 48 hours. Myo is now shipping worldwide, and has gone on to win numerous awards, such as Digital Trends’ “Best of CES 2014” Award for Cool Tech.

Day-to-day, we encourage unconventional thinking, thrive on great communication and debate, and know how to move quickly. We advocate a healthy lifestyle and promote continuous learning and improvement. Most of all, we set high standards and ambitious goals, and we’re passionate about building the best, most impactful products.

About you

You’re an accomplished software engineer with a true eye for design and a passion for crafting user experiences that are engaging and intuitive. You love working closely with both designers and engineers, and thoroughly understand how to bridge the unique challenges of each discipline. You’re thoughtful, creative, and adept at quickly pulling together prototypes to test and iterate on new ideas and designs, and you’re excited to use your talent to help us push the boundaries of human-computer interaction.

What you’ll do

  • Implement beautiful, engaging, and intuitive user interfaces and experiences for a revolutionary new wearable computing system
  • Work closely with UX and engineering teams to take designs and rapidly iterate from concept to prototype to final product
  • Write robust, re-usable software components
  • Develop software tools and strategies to facilitate rapid prototyping and iteration

What you need

  • Strong coding skill in C++, Java, or other high-level language
  • An understanding of user-centred design principles and standards across multiple platforms (web, mobile, desktop)
  • Familiarity with design and user research techniques such as storyboarding, wireframes, and usability tests
  • A sharp eye for detail (you should know the difference between 4 and 5 pixel margins!)
  • Experience skinning and adding interactivity to components, including animations and motion
  • Proven ability to quickly learn new languages, frameworks, and platforms
  • Proficiency with a VCS (preferably git)
  • Degree in computer science, engineering, or equivalent (in lieu of degree, minimum four years of relevant work experience)
  • A portfolio showcasing your strength in creating interactive prototypes

Bonus points for

  • Experience with the Qt framework and QML-based UIs
  • Experience implementing UIs across a broad range of form factors and input methods
  • Experience working on a product that combines both software and hardware
  • Proficiency with other programming or scripting languages
  • Relevant personal projects and open source work

Apply via links at Thalmic Labs.


Senior UX Designer at TextNow

Posted: July 21st, 2016 | Author: | Filed under: Jobs | No Comments »

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Location: Waterloo, ON
Position: Senior UX Designer
Company: TextNow

The telecom industry has far too long been dominated by the big, the bureaucratic and the unimaginative. Now is the time for someone to take this industry on with something better.

We are changing the industry by providing what others cannot: a better user experience, better customer service, continual innovation, and most importantly — transparent pricing.

The TextNow Design team is currently seeking an exceptional UX Designer to help craft the vision for TextNow’s user experience. You will be responsible for creating intuitive and beautiful digital products that meet both user and business needs. We’re looking for a user-centric designer to help take great ideas from the whiteboard, through development, and into the hands of millions of people.

What You’ll Do:

  • Advocate for our users, obsessing over ways to make their experience better.
  • Utilize qualitative & quantitative data to inform design.
  • Push creativity and discover new ways to solve problems elegantly.
  • Clearly communicate design rationale, explaining choices to product stakeholders.
  • Refine existing products with a user-centric design approach.

Requirements

Who you are:

  • You have a proven track record of shipping successful products and features.
  • You have an online portfolio demonstrating experience designing intuitive, user-centred design solutions.
  • You have strong and clean visual design sense.
  • You have a degree in a design related field, or equivalent practical experience.
  • You have 3+ years experience designing mobile or web based applications.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Experience with A/B testing, analytics, marketing automation, and lifecycle campaigns.
  • Experience with usability testing and user research.
  • Ability to work and communicate in a technical environment.
  • Experience designing across multiple platforms (Web, iOS, Android, Windows, & Mac OSX).
  • Demonstrated passion for design with personal projects.

Benefits:

  • Impactful work
  • TextNow-powered smartphone
  • Competitive total compensation package
  • Catered breakfast and lunch
  • Professional development
  • Fitness center on site, games room
  • Multiple social events (milestones celebrations, escape rooms, rock climbing)

To Apply

Apply online at the TextNow website.


Motion UX Designer at Thalmic Labs

Posted: July 12th, 2016 | Author: | Filed under: Jobs | Tags: | No Comments »

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Location: Kitchener, ON
Position: Motion UX Designer
Company: Thalmic Labs

About us

Thalmic is a hardware + software company building exciting technologies that will shape the future of human-computer interaction, backed by a world-class team of investors including Spark Capital and Intel Capital.

We announced our first product, the Myo gesture control armband, in 2013, and pre-sold over 10,000 units in the first 48 hours. Myo is now shipping worldwide, and has gone on to win numerous awards, such as Digital Trends’ “Best of CES 2014” Award for Cool Tech.

Day-to-day, we encourage unconventional thinking, thrive on great communication and debate, and know how to move quickly. We advocate a healthy lifestyle and promote continuous learning and improvement. Most of all, we set high standards and ambitious goals, and we’re passionate about building the best, most impactful products.

About You

You are a storyteller, weaving motion and movement into user interfaces to bring them to life in thoughtful, memorable, and engaging ways. You love the challenge of simplifying complexity and delighting users with the unexpected, while defining new paradigms of user interactions and experiences. You are looking to make an impact and see wearable technology as the industry to do just that.

What You’ll Do

  • Create novel and engaging UI interactions, animations, and transitions for a variety of platforms that help establish a motion design language for Thalmic products.
  • Deliver patterns, best practices and guidance on animation and transitions that help elevate interactions and reinforce brand personality.
  • Contribute to the overall vision and user strategy for Thalmic products, from concept exploration through implementation, working closely with UX and software engineers to ensure designs are successfully brought to life.
  • Collaborate on all aspects of visual design within the company (web, UI, print, etc.)

What you need

  • An impressive portfolio that includes motion and interaction in game, film/video, web or mobile contexts.
  • 3+ years of relevant industry experience
  • Expertise in principles of animation for user interface design and for multi-platform solutions
  • A strong acumen for user experience design and how motion design influences UI and interaction design (and vice versa).
  • Degree in graphic / motion design / animation or a related field
  • Master skills in industry-relevant tools such as Adobe After Effects, Adobe CSS, Core Composer, Flash, Origami and 3D software (Maya, Cinema 4D, etc.).

Bonus points for

  • 3D modelling experience
  • Visual design experience for web, mobile, and/or desktop interfaces
  • Experience conducting user research
  • Videography and editing experience

Apply via links at Thalmic Labs.


Mobile UX Designer at Thalmic Labs

Posted: July 12th, 2016 | Author: | Filed under: Jobs | Tags: | No Comments »

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Location: Kitchener, ON
Position: Mobile UX Designer
Company: Thalmic Labs

About us

Thalmic is a hardware + software company building exciting technologies that will shape the future of human-computer interaction, backed by a world-class team of investors including Spark Capital and Intel Capital.

We announced our first product, the Myo gesture control armband, in 2013, and pre-sold over 10,000 units in the first 48 hours. Myo is now shipping worldwide, and has gone on to win numerous awards, such as Digital Trends’ “Best of CES 2014” Award for Cool Tech.

Day-to-day, we encourage unconventional thinking, thrive on great communication and debate, and know how to move quickly. We advocate a healthy lifestyle and promote continuous learning and improvement. Most of all, we set high standards and ambitious goals, and we’re passionate about building the best, most impactful products.

About You

Joy for you comes from finding ways to reconcile a mix of user insights, product requirements, and technical capabilities into the most compelling and desirable mobile experiences. You craft interaction models, wireframes, and task flows, and know iOS and android mobile guidelines like the back of your hand. You advocate tirelessly on behalf of the user and never pass up an opportunity to solicit their feedback. You are looking to make an impact and see wearable technology as the industry to do just that.

What You’ll Do

  • Transform market and end-user insights into intuitive, engaging, and thoughtful mobile experiences, in the form of wireframes, task flows, mockups, and prototypes.
  • Help tackle complex and novel interaction design problems with the goal of defining new UX paradigms and interaction guidelines.
  • Conduct quantitative and qualitative user research to drive design decisions iteratively throughout the development lifecycle.
  • Contribute to the overall vision and user strategy for Thalmic products, from concept exploration through implementation, working closely with UX, product management, and engineers to ensure designs are successfully brought to life.

What you need

  • A strong portfolio demonstrating examples of interaction design for mobile experiences, such as annotated wireframes, storyboards, or prototypes, as well as user research activities. It should show a breadth of experience and illustrate the entire design process from ideation through to the final design and clearly state your individual contribution to the project/product.
  • Degree in a relevant field (Interaction Design, Human Computer Interaction, etc.)
  • 3+ years industry experience designing mobile applications. Experience designing desktop, web, and touch interfaces for consumer products is highly desirable
  • Deep knowledge of a mobile best practices and guidelines, including the Apple Human Interface and Android Guidelines
  • Demonstrated ability to plan and execute usability tests and other user research, showing how results were analyzed and translated into prioritized recommendations
  • Proficiency with industry tools, such as Sketch, Invision, Adobe CSS, or equivalent

Bonus points for

  • Being comfortable and open to working in other design areas as needed, including visual design and packaging, and on multiple platforms (web, desktop, etc.)
  • Ability to create interactive design prototypes in Axure, Flash, AfterEffects, Maya, HTML, JavaScript, CSS, or other tools

Apply via links at Thalmic Labs.