Global Consulting Firm
Sep 14, 2019
Major US Cities, United States
Lead Designer Profile:
- Flexible and user-focused. They have the ability to design in multiple mediums and levels of interactivity, all while employing appropriate human-centered design methods.
- Visual exceptional. They are highly skilled in creating and critiquing, because they believe that emotion and presentation matter equally as much as usability.
- Iterative. They are excited to prototype at all levels of fidelity—and have the humility to walk away from ideas when they fail.
- Collaborative. They have the ability and enthusiasm to work with researchers, engineers, business consultants, and other designers who will challenge and support one another.
- Communicators. They have strong verbal, written, and presentation skills, and the ability to provide the rationale behind their design decisions to colleagues and clients.
- Empathetic. They desire to truly understand humans and their behavior—and turn complex tasks into intuitive, easy-to-use solutions.
- Architectural thinkers. They are not only able to understand and visualize complex systems, but work with engineers and systems architects to design solutions that will last.
- Comfortable with ambiguity. They know projects and businesses move fast. That means the path forward isn’t always well-defined. They are comfortable and collaborative through our process.
- Leaders. They lead mid-sized to large projects, manage client relationships, writing and publishing thought leadership documents.
- Working with diverse sets of clients across domains and industries
- Leading the design and prototyping of digital products—websites, apps, and beyond—at all levels of fidelity
- Collaborating with researchers, engineers, business consultants, and other designers to create world-class work
- Conducting user research, communicate findings, translate insights into great new experiences
- Envisioning new, novel experiences beyond what is expected—pushing the envelope beyond screens towards the edge of interaction and technology
- Broadening your skill set beyond your core abilities—which might include project management, client relationship management, and/or technological skill development
- Mentoring and leading members of the team in human-centered design and the field of UI design to develop talent, provide direction, and oversee output and projects
- Assisting with business development through writing proposals, scoping projects, and convincing clients of the value of Human-Centered Design
- Leading large complex projects as a project manager
- 8+ years in an UI design role or relevant professional experience
- A degree in design, interaction design, design planning, human-computer interaction or other relevant field, or equivalent experience. Advanced degree preferred
- 3+ years of experience in a client-facing consulting role
- An outstanding portfolio of work demonstrating strong human-centered design capabilities across a diverse range of projects
- Expert knowledge with at least 3 of the following tools or technologies:
- Principle, Framer, or other similar prototyping tools
- HTML & CSS
- Additional consideration for candidates with the following skills:
- Project management
- Print design
- Branding & identity
- Previous mentorship/management experience
- Willingness to travel around the globe to work with clients
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