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SMACK is seeking a talented, customer-obsessed user experience designer to join our growing design team in a part-time or freelance position. We offer a creative, fast paced, entrepreneurial work environment.
You will use your UX and visual design skills to create innovative and intuitive user experiences that meet our business needs. You will be able to translate complex customer interactions into simple, engaging user-centered solutions. You must be responsive, flexible, and able to succeed in a fast-paced collaborative peer environment. You will work collaboratively with our digital marketing team, studio team, copywriters & other designers–seeing design throughout the planning and development lifecycle for interfaces.
- 3-5 years of experience in UX within e-commerce, advertising, or startup based companies
- An online portfolio or samples of work demonstrating experience creating great user-centered design solutions is a requirement for application
- Excellent communication, presentation, and interpersonal skills
- Experience working in a collaborative team and working directly with developers for implementation of designs
- Ability to work gracefully and have a bias for action in a fast-paced, sometimes ambiguous environment
- Ability to drive the design review cycle and close on design requirements independently
- Fluency in best practices for information architecture and design, as well as strong knowledge of usability principles and techniques
- Familiarity with the technical considerations needed when designing for the consumer devices
- Bachelor’s degree in design, human-computer interaction (HCI), or equivalent professional experience
- Proficiency in a variety of design tools such as Photoshop, Illustrator, Fireworks, and InDesign
- CSS: 1 year
- Photoshop: 1 year
- HTML 5: 1 year
- Adobe: 1 year
- UX within e-commerce: 2 years
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