UX Designer

PeopleDoc · Mar 12th 2019

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PeopleDoc is in the process of rolling out new user interfaces across our solutions. To support this, we have spent the last 12+ months designing and developing a system of design guidelines and components.

As a UX Designer, you will use this system to design new interfaces, whilst contributing to the ongoing improvement/extension of the system in response to real-world feedback and requirements.

As a member of the UX team, you will work with a friendly and talented group of designers and developers, within a dynamic, forward looking company. This position is exciting, challenging, and includes the opportunity to have an enormous impact on our solutions.

Skills & Requirements

  • Work with product owners to design user interface mockups that adhere to established design patterns (or create new patterns, as needed)
  • Improve consistency throughout our applications by contributing to the design and specification of our internal UI Framework
  • Push forward our UX methodologies, by:
  • Designing, preparing and conducting user tests
  • Working with product owners to introduce new methods for measuring design outcomes

Competencies required:

  • Experience in designing complex user interfaces (wireframes)
  • Solid understanding of UX best practices (usability and accessibility),
  • You have experience in conducting design test with users;
  • A good understanding of component driven design
  • French and English language skills
  • You will be required to conduct user tests with our French clients, so a professional level of French is essential
  • As a team we work in English, so it is important that you have good written and spoken English
  • Well developed time and task management skills

It would be a bonus if you also have:

  • Visual / graphic design skills
  • The ability to write production grade HTML and CSS
  • Javascript experience

Formal educational qualifications in design, human-computer interaction or computer science are viewed favorably, but not essential. More important is your proven capacity to solve problems and deliver excellent design outcomes.

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