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Experience Designer

As an Experience Designer at Primacy, you’ll be a key contributor to developing digital experiences through wireframes and prototypes, as well as participating in user research to inform design decisions and measure the usability and effectiveness of best in class solutions.

Responsibilities
  • Understand client business needs in the broader context of their digital strategy and translate the needs of client audiences into simple, intuitive, and engaging experiences
  • Collaborate and work closely with clients, strategy, creative and technical teams
  • Help teams plan and participate in brainstorms, workshops and ideation sessions for internal and client audiences
  • Demonstrate UX ideas via wireframes, architectures, sitemaps, personas, journeys and users flows.
  • Clearly articulate and defend your design decisions in front of clients and internal teams
  • Advocate for accessible, user-centered design
  • Articulate and annotate wireframe requirements and functionality at a high-level for technical teams
  • Participate in user research and help develop research plans and prototypes for testing
  • Stay abreast of knowledge of UX methodologies, industry and relevant technology trends, and help contribute to thought leadership
Qualifications
  • 3-5 years in UX design, preferably enterprise systems and large-scale content websites
  • A portfolio that demonstrates your experience
  • Experience in Sketch and online collaboration tools (i.e. InVision, Miro), knowledge of Figma a plus
  • You can effectively communicate design decisions, ideas and your approach for clients and internal teams
  • You are comfortable in an environment with multiple stakeholders, teams and ideas
  • You have a desire to thrive in a fast-moving environment
  • You have demonstrated ability to initiate and self-manage multiple complex projects
  • You have a clear passion and enthusiasm for your expertise
  • Bonus:
    • Agency experience
    • Interest in or experience using methodologies such as Design Thinking and Inclusive Design