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UX / Product Designer – HTML, CSS

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September 11, 2019
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Redmond, WA
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Did you know that Gartner positioned eXcell as a Leader in its Magic Quadrant for End User Outsourcing? Come work for the leader today!
 
If you thrive in understanding complex scenarios in order to build creative and relevant information architecture and interaction patterns and you are interested in defining the next generation of online site creation experiences for businesses, this job could be your next challenge!
 
Our very high-visibility client is looking for a UX / Product Designer who is passionate about user-centered design approaches, interaction design excellence, and transforming customer data into elegant and usable solutions. In this role, you’ll work closely with researchers, developers, program managers, and other designers to create a modern content consumption and authoring experience to enable web and mobile site creation.
 
You’ll have the opportunity to make product decisions, construct UX solutions, and participate in defining the vision of the end-to-end user experience. The ideal candidate will be an end user advocate, driving user needs and goals into both creative and pragmatic design solutions, as well as understand and be enthusiastic about modern web development. You will be experienced in the application of user-centered philosophies and interaction design best practices. You will help us land a product getting close to release, and work to create customer-facing communication of new platform work. You will be able to distill evolving design work into patterns and capture those in articulate and insightful guidance for others to use as a creative springboard.
Qualified candidates must demonstrate the ability to execute design work with a high standard for quality within time and technical constraints amid competing priorities and ambiguous situations, be mature, and have great communication and collaboration skills.
 
Requirements:

  • A degree in Interaction Design or related discipline (Graphic Design, Industrial Design, Visual Design) preferred
  • 1-3 years of professional experience in interactive design experience
  • High level of comfort with web-based technologies, CSS, HTML, etc. (won’t be coding, but need to understand how to have conversations with the engineers), 1-3 years’ experience
  • Ability to document user experience and interactivity through wireframes, flowcharts, screenshots, design specifications, and prototype demos, 1-3 years’ experience
  • Strong visual design / layout / typography skillset a plus
  • Strong problem solving, creative, communication, and negotiation skills.
  • Mastery of Adobe XD, Sketch, and/or Framer
  • Ability to rapidly prototype and iterate designs
  • Experience working with other User Experience disciplines (User Research, Visual Design, and User Assistance), Technical disciplines (PM, Dev, Test), as well as Business and Marketing

 
W2 only, no Corp to Corp. We are unable to sponsor H1B visas at this time. **eXcell™ Supports Equal Employment Opportunity** eXcell™, a division of CompuCom® Systems, Inc., a global company headquartered in Bellevue, Washington, provides IT staffing services and solutions to Fortune 1000 companies as well as small and medium business. For more information, visit www.excell.com.

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