Manifest LLC

Senior Experience Designer and Researcher

US-IL-Chicago
3 weeks ago
ID
2017-2065
# of Openings
1
Category
Experience Design

Overview

Manifest in Chicago is looking to hire a Senior Experience Designer and Researcher. This role is for you if you’re a versatile designer and researcher with 5-7 years of experience, who has worked independently on large-scale website redesigns. We’ll look to you for your experience working with interdisciplinary teams to conceptualize, design and test experiences across desktop and mobile. There will be some travel, and the role is client-facing. You’ll have the opportunity to think strategically and execute tactically. This role reports directly to the VP of Experience Design.

Responsibilities

  • Work closely with clients, users and team members to create experiences that inspire brand devotion
  • Plan, conduct and analyze informative and evaluative user research
  • Create wireframes, prototypes and other User-Centered Design deliverables
  • Design highly usable interfaces for multiple touchpoints
  • Work within all facets of the user-centered design process
  • Present your ideas to internal team members and client teams, highlighting the insights that drove your decisions

Qualifications

  • 5-7 years of experience as a UX designer and/or researcher
  • Experience planning, conducting and analyzing user research
  • A portfolio showcasing your ability to apply human-centered design to a variety of challenges
  • Strong communication skills, including writing and presentation skills
  • Knowledge of usability and information architecture best practices
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Team player with experience working independently
  • Experience presenting to clients
  • Proven experience with large-scale website designs
  • Some travel to out-of-state clients

Manifest is an equal opportunity employer. Manifest does not sponsor employment visas.

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