Triangle User Experience Professionals Association (TriUXPA)


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  • 08 Jan 2019 9:06 AM | Audrey Bryson (Administrator)

    Company: Tidelift
    Location: Remote Availability
    Learn more: Tidelift

    We’re looking for a product designer with experience designing software-as-a-service web applications.

    We are looking for a breadth of design experience including formal design principles and typography, experience applying a brand identity and design system, and the ability to synthesize information to better inform design decisions. 

    You should have experience working closely with engineering and product teams to scope a feature, run a design process to explore solutions including testing solutions with users, and walkthrough features with engineering to make choices based on user goals and cost to build. Collaborating with engineering is not a hand-wavy thing here — we rely on each other to make the best decisions we can quickly, in service of the user needs. 

    You should have breadth of interests across product design considerations, including user needs, responsiveness, accessibility, information architecture, and other relevant practices.

  • 08 Jan 2019 8:50 AM | Audrey Bryson (Administrator)

    Company: North Carolina State University Libraries
    Location: Raleigh, NC
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    The User Experience department (4 librarians, 2 developers, 3 support staff) is responsible for the strategic management of the Libraries' web presence including design and development of web content and applications. The Libraries’ award-winning website provides contextual, just-in-time information to facilitate user experience with spaces, services, collections, programs, and events. The department engages in user research, adopts developments and insights from the broader realm of user-experience research, and strives for user-centered design to create a consistent experience across the Libraries’ many touchpoints in both physical and online spaces. This position reports to the Department Head, User Experience.

    - Collaborates with stakeholders and developers to create intuitive, accessible, user-friendly interfaces for the web, mobile devices, and digital signs
    - Develops wireframes, prototypes, and task flows based on user needs, and works with developers on their implementation
    - Helps the Libraries further establish visual and brand identity
    - Develops content strategy, information architecture, and a web style guide
    - Serves as a project manager
    - Manages workflows for ongoing maintenance of web products and services
    - Contributes to the Libraries’ user research and applies findings to make improvements
    - Participates in library planning; serves on library-wide committees, task forces, and teams
    - Expected to be active professionally and to contribute to developments in the field

    - ALA-accredited MLS, MIS, or other relevant advanced degree
    - Knowledge of best practices in user experience design
    - Experience with current, standard web development languages, content management systems, and tools
    - Experience with design, prototyping, and wireframing tools (e. g., Balsamiq, Illustrator, Lucidchart)
    - Ability to manage workflows and projects
    - Excellent interpersonal skills; ability to communicate clearly, knowledgeably, and personably, orally and in writing
    - Ability to work independently and in a team environment
    - Ability to learn and use new technologies
    - Commitment to fostering an environment of diversity and inclusion
    - Evidence of potential for ongoing professional development and contribution

    - Experience with Drupal
    - Experience with usability testing and other user research methods
    - Experience using web analytics to inform decisions

  • 04 Jan 2019 2:56 PM | Audrey Bryson (Administrator)

    Company: Lenovo
    Location: Morrisville, NC
    Learn more: To learn more about this position please contact Ashley Katz at directly. 

    This position is part of the Global eCommerce User Experience (UX) Team. We are currently seeking a User Experience Project Manager experienced in delivering an outstanding eCommerce experience to consumers. This person will be responsible for driving UX projects to improve the online customer experience for globally. The project manager will manage the identification, conception, definition, design, testing and implementation of UX projects with the goal of improving the customer experience, online engagement and purchase conversion.

    Job responsibilities

    • Define user experience improvements leveraging input from customer feedback, onsite analytics, geography/business stakeholders and executives

    • Create a prioritized roadmap of user experience projects based on business value and contribution to customer satisfaction metrics

    • Manage project lifecycle, deliverables and cross-functional business management system (BMS) including:  

      • Project definition:

        • Engage with stakeholders to gather requirements, research best practices, and perform competitive analysis to define the project scope

        • Assign roles & responsibilities and create a timeline and schedule for all activities tied to the project

        • Prioritize requirements to define information architecture and user flow

    Project design/implementation:
      • Create or collaborate with designers to create wireframes

      • Work closely with designers to create and iterate on designs

      • Work with UX researchers to develop usability tests

      • Collaborate with stakeholders to get feedback and approval

      • Manage the IT requirements development and approval process to get projects in the development queue

      • Work with extended teams to perform quality assurance testing and push projects live

    • Optimization: collaborate with the global optimization team to determine priorities, track roadmap and implement A/B testing for UX projects

    • Ongoing communication/BMS: Participate in regular interlocks with cross-functional geography, business unit team members and executives to communicate progress on UX priorities and share best practices

    Major initiatives

    Transform to a Customer Centric experience representing one Lenovo

    • Make it simple and easy for customers to achieve their goal(s) on while accelerating the growth of as a sales and profit engine.

    • Collaborate on improvements to the mobile experience to provide an innovative and leading-edge user experience

    • Use online user personas to provide a more relevant and personalized online experience.

    • Support the optimization and personalization programs by providing new ideas and supporting any testing plans tied to my projects


    Ecommerce/UX experience
    • 3-5 years of previous User Experience work in an eCommerce environment. Prefer experience working on large eCommerce websites

    • Understanding of effective web design, e-commerce and key UX principles

    • Demonstrated experience working in a fast-paced environment where innovation is expected

    • Experience with A/B testing and design thinking

    Project Management
      • Strong project management and organizational skills to manage many projects with different deadlines

      • Experience with the agile methodology and with key agile tools like JIRA

      • Experience with taking a project from conceptualization through delivery, including robust quality assurance testing, bug submission and deployment

      • Ability to easily conform to shifting priorities, demands and timelines

      • Ability to work on several projects simultaneously with demonstrated ability to prioritize tasks independently

      • Experience at working both independently and in a team-oriented, collaborative environment is essential

      • Strong self-initiative with the ability to identify areas of improvement with little direction

      • Fine attention to detail with the ability to produce accurate end-results

      • Strong Microsoft Office (PowerPoint, Excel, Word) skills

    • Excellent communication skills are crucial since this position will work with multiple cross-functional teams

    • Comfortable with communicating/advocating for projects with executives

    • Possess a positive attitude and ability to work in a collaborative and energetic team environment

    • Ability to drive adherence to deadlines with many different teams

      • Bachelor’s degree

  • 14 Dec 2018 10:16 AM | Audrey Bryson (Administrator)

    Company: Participate, Inc.
    Location: Chapel Hill, NC
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    Position Summary
    As a UI Designer/Developer, reporting to the Product Manager, you’ll help us empower educators to ignite change and inspire students through collaborative professional learning. In this multifaceted role, you’ll use a wide range of skills including Design Thinking methodologies, user interface design, HTML and CSS to create engaging experiences educators.

    You’ll work with developers, marketing, sales and online learning staff to reinforce the creative vision for the company’s brand and product experience. You must be able to work effectively in a demanding, collaborative, fast-paced and deadline-driven environment.

    What you’ll do

    • Work collaboratively with a cross-functional team of business stakeholders, developers, researchers and subject-matter experts to translate customer and prospect feedback into product enhancements
    • Create user interface sketches, wireframes, visual mockups, and prototypes for a wide-range of devices and screens
    • Provide thought leadership with regard to new technologies and applications to grow the our arsenal of available tools to continually improve customer experience
    • Observe and participate in user research
    • Track key design milestones and work with Project Manager to prioritize
    • Key Knowledge, Skill, Ability and Education Requirements

    • Graduate of a Human Factors, Human Computer Interaction, Service Design, or User Experience Design focused program at a university or technical bootcamp or equivalent combination of education and experience
    • 2 or more years of relevant work experience
    • Ability to effectively communicate, plan and collaborate with a wide variety of internal stakeholders and external vendors
    • Strong portfolio showcasing your skills in user experience and user interface design
    • Deep understanding of Design Thinking methodologies and processes such as Design Sprints or Lean UX
    • Experience with interface prototyping tools such as Sketch, Invision, Marvel, Axure, Origami, or Principle
    • Familiarity with user interface guidelines for mobile platforms including IOS and Android
    • Expertise in authoring HTML and CSS
    • Not necessary, but a plus to have some knowledge of Agile and JavaScript
  • 11 Dec 2018 12:09 PM | Audrey Bryson (Administrator)

    Company: Lenovo
    Location: Morrisville, NC
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    Lenovo is the fastest growing technology company on the planet, with growth outpacing our competition quarter after quarter. Lenovo’s fundamental belief is that life rewards those who Never Stand Still. Every day, every employee at Lenovo is focused on moving forward, rejecting traditional limits, and always seeking a better way. We are looking for the person who challenges the ordinary and seeks to innovate in learning, while also balancing execution.

    Lenovo’s User Experience Design (UXD) team is seeking an experienced User Experience professional to join their growing team. At Lenovo, the UXD team is responsible for delivering a best-in-class experience across our wide portfolio of products. By applying user-centered design principles, our team ensures the wants, needs, and desires of our users are a part of every product we launch.

    Rather than designing “hardware” or “software,” we’re looking for someone who can focus on delivering the right solution to our customers. The ideal candidate will have the ability to move concepts across the breadth of the design process – from early ideation, through design and user testing, and into development.

    In this role, you will be expected to:
    - Provide professional assessment of product experience and usability
    - Deliver mockups, wireframes, and prototypes as a part of the design and development process
    - Work within design guidelines, but is able and comfortable to operate without restriction
    - Expand upon existing guidelines and create new design guidelines, as needed
    - Conduct both primary and secondary user research to understand our users
    - Analyze and synthesize user data to uncover insights and opportunities
    - Use ideation and prototyping skills to create new concepts to address the needs and pain points of our users.
    - Effectively communicate your findings and ideas to the larger design and development organization.
    - Present deliverables to project and executive stakeholders, ensuring the voice of the user is present at all stages of product development.

    Position Requirements 
    - 3 to 5 years’ experience working as a user experience professional. In particular, experience working as a user researcher, software designer, or human factors engineer.
    - Expert experience with industry standard design tools (i.e., Adobe Creative Suite, Visio, InVision, Sketch)
    - Experience working in an Agile environment
    - Strong portfolio of work illustrating expertise in both graphic and interaction design.
    - Self-starter. Able to make progress towards a larger goal without step by step instruction.
    - Able to work within established strategic and business guidelines.
    - Excellent written and verbal English.
    - Strong presentation and communication skills.
    - Strong sense of design and visual communication skills.
    - Some travel may be required (<10%)
    - Experience planning and leading primary user research a plus
    - Experience working in a product design or UX consultancy strongly preferred

  • 19 Nov 2018 10:48 AM | Audrey Bryson (Administrator)

    Company: Avanade
    Location: Raleigh, NC
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    We're looking for talented people for a new Experience Design team at our Raleigh studio. Here's my wishlist: seven years experience with most of it in UX, have worked on UX research methods, information architecture, usability testing, and content strategies, and are comfortable leading client discussions around UX work, I'd like to talk.

    If this position has peaked your interest, please contact Wally Hitchcock at to discuss further. 

  • 31 Oct 2018 9:41 AM | Audrey Bryson (Administrator)

    Company: Switch Four, LLC
    Location: Durham
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    Switch Four LLC, a subsidiary of Glen Raven Inc., is a software development company that focuses on mobile and web-based enterprise software.  We have an opportunity for a UI/UX Designer.

     Glen Raven is a global marketing-oriented company with headquarters located in North Carolina. Glen Raven has a passion for creativity, collaboration, and innovation. Through our 136 years in business, we have continued to grow through the creation of new products and the cultivation of new ideas. We are growing and need bright minds to be a part of blazing the trail for another 136 years.

     We are a small development team located in a beautifully restored downtown Durham, NC building. We offer onsite parking, in-office amenities, and access to the best-in-class software and hardware tools you need to be successful. If you are passionate about creating software and products that have a purpose, we want you on our team.

    Job Purpose

    This full-time position will report to the Product Manager and will involve responsibilities as a UI/UX Designer. This role will be responsible for designing user interfaces for mobile and web applications and will involve collaboration with the Product Manager and Developers to produce consistent and intuitive designs.


    Essential Duties

    • Must have experience designing user experiences for high density information and form based applications.
    • Design user interfaces for Android, iOS, and responsive web.
    • Implement designs using Apple’s Human Interface Guidelines, Google’s Material Design, and Angular Material.
    • Deliver assets to all three platforms using tools such as Zeplin.
    • Work with developers to create designs that are implementable on each platform.
    • Create experiences based on user personas.
    • Deliver prototypes using tools like InVision.
    • Must perform usability testing, analyze results, and process feedback.
    • Understanding of CSS.



    Education in related field or training is required.



    At least 3 years experience as an UI/UX designer.


    Key Skills

    • Experience utilizing analytic tools to validate design choices.
    • Good understanding of typography and font pairing.
    • Experience with tools such as Sketch, Zeplin, and InVision.
    • Knowledge of how to create consistent iconography.
    • Understanding of full product life cycles.
    • Usability and accessibility design principles.
    • Familiarity of modern design practices.
    • Experience working with issue tracking systems.
    • Strong teamwork and communication skills.


    Office environment, minimum travel


    Job Type

    Full-time in house, non-contract.

    Equal Opportunity Employer/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities

    The contractor will not discharge or in any other manner discriminate against employees or applicants because they have inquired about, discussed, or disclosed their own pay or the pay of another employee or applicant. However, employees who have access to the compensation information of other employees or applicants as a part of their essential job functions cannot disclose the pay of other employees or applicants to individuals who do not otherwise have access to compensation information, unless the disclosure is (a) in response to a formal complaint or charge, (b) in furtherance of an investigation, proceeding, hearing, or action, including an investigation conducted by the employer, or (c) consistent with the contractor’s legal duty to furnish information.

  • 25 Oct 2018 5:43 PM | Audrey Bryson (Administrator)

    Company: LexisNexis
    Location: Raleigh
    Learn More: Contact Cornell Watson at

    The LexisNexis Group delivers comprehensive and authoritative legal, business, government and tax information worldwide as an industry leader. It unites proprietary brands, advanced web technologies, and premium information sources for customers in the legal, corporate, government and academic markets in 100 countries on six continents. We develop powerful tools for lawyers across desktop, laptop and mobile devices. We aspire to deliver best-in-class solutions which help our customers in the legal industry win business and win cases.

    At LexisNexis, Visual Designers weave iconography, typography, color, and space together to create accessible, high-fidelity designs that define the design language for our products and features. Visual designers leverage user-centered design principles to establish visual hierarchies that ensure our products are easy to read and navigate, while creating an enjoyable experience for our users. You will be working with project managers, product managers, developers, UX colleagues, and users to transform ideas into innovative, industry leading products. You will work through all steps in the visual design process from conceptualization, detailed design, design specification, through implementation and quality assurance.

    • Create innovative interface designs in response to creative direction, user needs, product innovation, technology, and business needs. 

    • Create high-fidelity interface designs, vector iconography, motion designs, branding materials, and design specifications. 

    • Present design concepts to a variety of audiences, while communicating the logic, user data, and design-thinking used to arrive at the final concept.

    • Ensure deliverables are compliant with WCAG accessibility standards. 

    • Validate implementation quality through product integrity checks

    • Lead internal design reviews with peers. 

    • Participate in product usability tests.

    • Work effectively with cross-functional team members on large-scale design efforts

    • Provide feedback to other designers while evangelizing usability, simplicity and high-quality design. 

    • Stay current on trends and best practices in visual design field.

    • Bachelor’s or equivalent degree in design, fine arts, or related subject

    • 2-3 years visual design experience

    • Mastery of typography, color and composition to support brand and product requirements

    • Experience working on web/interface design 

    • Innovative, creative problem solver with an eye for detail and accuracy.

    • Experience with agile development methodologies

    • Self-starter that is able to work both independently as well as collaboratively with cross-functional teams.

    • Excellent communication skills (oral, written, and listening).

    • Excellent organization skills with proven ability to manage multiple concurrent projects and to adjust to frequent changes in project priorities.

    • Knowledge of international and accessibility design considerations.

    • Awareness of trends and best practices in the visual design field

    • Experience using Adobe Creative Suite tools including: Photoshop, Illustrator, and After Effects.

    • Working knowledge of HTML and CSS.

  • 25 Oct 2018 4:03 PM | Audrey Bryson (Administrator)

    This is a job description submitted by a recruiter. Please contact Eric Corpuz at for more information. 

    Our client is transforming how companies manage information security risk with trusted, time-tested and actionable security ratings. Their product is the most widely used security ratings service.

    They are seeking a Senior Product Designer to join their growing User Experience Team. Designers play a vital role in the product development process, from creating the vision and strategy for product features to crafting the fit and finish of interface details. A successful designer here leverages strong internal relationships to drive conversation and collaboration, utilizes multiple sources of data to inform all stages of design, and inspires the organization by envisioning creative solutions to difficult problems.

    *The ideal designer for this role has experience with enterprise solutions, big data analytics, and modern design systems.


    • Lead design projects across the product lifecycle and multiple product launches. Set the vision for the user experience and manage collaboration with stakeholders.
    • Work cross-functionally with Product and Engineering to find elegant but practical solutions to design challenges.
    • Understand business requirements and effectively explain how design solutions align with strategy.
    • Represent the UX team, facilitate design discussions, and give feedback in planning and product channels.
    • Create low and high fidelity sketches, wireframes, content, and visual designs. Build interactive prototypes to communicate and test concepts and ideas.
    • Work closely with Engineering to ensure a high-quality design implementation.
    • Work with the organization to inform and improve design processes.
    • Grow the internal design system, and ensure all features align with it.
    • Evaluate the effectiveness of designs through reviews, walkthroughs, usability tests, and other techniques.

    Minimum Qualifications

    • Comprehensive understanding of applying user-centered design methodologies and research to solve complex business problems.
    • 5+ years of experience designing engaging products and user experiences.
    • Knowledge of Sketch, Photoshop, InVision, Axure, or other tools for documenting and testing designs.
    • Ability to work in a collaborative design environment; to be critiqued and to critique.
    • Superior listening and critical thinking skills.
    • BA/BS degree in Design, Human Computer Interaction, Cognitive Psychology, Computer Science, Business, or related field or equivalent education and experience.
  • 08 Oct 2018 10:02 AM | Audrey Bryson (Administrator)

    Company: Bamboo Mobile Health
    Location: RTP, NC
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    Are you frustrated designing in the corporate world where life is filled with politics and meetings? Are you tired of trying to create a half percent lift in ad tracking metrics? We are a startup focused on software and hardware for digital health. A round of investment equity funding is slated for early 2019. Based in RTP, NC we have patient facing mobile apps on both apple and Google stores that integrate with multiple services (analytics, notifications, data, viz, etc) running on AWS. We are looking for a designer/UX pro to join our team and participate in strategy and decision making for the next generation of products to help people with chronic diseases. Healthcare is considered one of the most attractive opportunities in the digital space. Just look at Google Verily, Apple Healthkit, Samsung Health etc.  A background in design is especially helpful to cupport our cutting edge innovation in hardware products that integrate with our mobile software. Contributing to design and UX projects after hours during the week and on weekends is just fine with us. Be part of the "core four" to help launch products that truly help people who need it. Contact us for more details. 

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