Triangle User Experience Professionals Association (TriUXPA)

Product Designer

11 Jan 2019 3:24 PM | Audrey Bryson (Administrator)

Company: TransLoc
Location: Remote Availability
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As a Product Designer focused on UX at TransLoc, your goal is to solve real user problems by developing and executing on a design vision that is informed by customer and product learnings. You’ll work in alignment with Product Managers, engineers across functional backgrounds (including user experience, software, and QA), and key internal stakeholders to validate new concepts and improve existing web and mobile products. As an embedded member of a product development squad, you’ll be creating mock-ups, mapping workflows, jumping in on customer calls or visits, collaborating with developers, and making strategic and user-centric decisions. While a passion for excellent design is important, the ability to solve our users’ problems and cultivate interpersonal relationships is paramount.

You should have:
- Achieved a bachelor’s degree in design, user experience, or a relevant field
- 3+ years of design and/or product development or related experience; SaaS experience is a plus
- A history of developing a deep understanding of users
- A strong book of work demonstrating mobile and web design proficiency
- Contributed to or worked within a design system; Google Material experience is a plus
- Proficiency with Sketch (or your preferred UX design tool e.g. Figma, Framer, Adobe Xd) is a must, experience with various prototyping software is desirable
- Strong communication and collaboration skills; with the ability to receive and act on constructive feedback
- A universal design philosophy; experience with accessibility guidelines is a plus
- A passion for keeping up with design and usability best-practices
- An understanding of Scrum/Agile; experience working as a member of a cross-functional team is a plus
- The ability to iterate on solutions and respond to change effectively
- A passion for not only company vision and team goals, but building on our silo-free culture

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