User Experience Developer [GC-40]
User Experience Developer (GC-40)
Experience: 3 to 5 yrs
Employment Type: Permanent
Do you have a passion for usability, an eye for visual consistency, and a knack for reducing the complex to the
essentials? We want to hear from you! Our team is passionate about creating applications that are a delight to use
and differentiate our products as best in class. Our client is a Microsoft Gold Partner that provides industry leading
software solutions for the telecommunications industry.
As a User Experience Designer, you will help evolve and improve the usability and design of their software. Apply your
expertise to understand end-user workflows and design interfaces that are intuitive and easy for our customers to use.
You will work closely with development and product teams, providing direction and consultation and being the advocate
for the user. Your ability to interact well and fit into a small, highly motivated and agile team is essential. Should this
role excite and ignite your passion to design top notch user experiences, we would love to talk more.
Understand product specifications and user psychology
Create personas through user research and data
Keep abreast of competitor products and industry trends.
Proficient in design software(e.g. UXPin, Balsamiq).
A strong portfolio of successful UX and other technical projects is essential.
Help develop the visual appearance and behavior of new features and enhancements
Initiate, suggest, and spearhead UI re-factorings for a more intuitive user-experiences
Act as a user-advocate during the development process, subjecting early-stage designs to usability testing or expert
review, and offering iterative refinement suggestions
Act as “go to” with in-depth knowledge of user interface best practices and standards.
Develop wireframes, mock-ups, workflow diagrams and other visuals to aid in iterative design
Work collaboratively within an agile product team to deliver best-in-class experiences through iterative releases
Present your design methods, explorations, and trade-off rationale along with a recommendation to team
stakeholders and product leadership
Evaluate competitive and innovative products and design approaches to identify best practices and encourage
innovation to position our product as the most usable and efficient in the market
Maintain detailed UI Style and Design documentation.
Establish positive and collaborative relationships with internal clients and demonstrate a clear understanding of
both internal and external requirements and performance criteria.
Ability to travel 10% by car and/or plane, may include weekend travel. Ability to travel internationally is required for some positions. Current passport and valid driver’s license required.
We recognize that there are many paths to becoming a great User Experience Developer. Some of the traits and
experience representing the ideal candidate for this position are:
Minimum of 3-5 years’ experience in web application development, UI Design or similar
Incredible passion for user experience (UX) and usability.
Solid experience in usability paradigms, design patterns and responsive designs with a focus on enterprise apps
Able to simplify and reduce complexity is a must! Design elegant solutions to complex problems.
design choices translates in development
Advanced visual design understanding with an awareness of the impact of typography, layout and composition,
color theory, grid systems and line of business user controls
Ability to communicate effectively with wire frames, mock-ups, in writing, verbally and as a presenter
Ability to articulate creative UI solutions and be the expert voice for usability
Advanced ability to conceive and document solutions through user flows, storyboards, wireframes, personas,
prototypes, test cases, or written specifications and user stories
Additional Skills Considered a Plus but not required for Consideration
Experience with Adobe illustrator and Balsamic or similar tools
Experience with web development, preferable with ASP.NET MVC or Angular
Experience working with agile design and development teams
A professional and personal portfolio of application user experience examples
Experience with Responsive Design or grid frameworks such as bootstrap etc.
General office environment: Work is generally sedentary in nature, but may require standing and walking for up to 10%
of the time. The working environment is generally favorable. Lighting and temperature are adequate, and there are no
hazardous or unpleasant conditions caused by noise, dust, etc. Work is generally performed within an office
environment, with standard office equipment available.
Physical Demands: Manipulate, handle, feel, and control items or equipment; able to read, write, and interpret written
documents; occasionally lift and move objects weighing up to 25 pounds.