*Position :       UX Designer*

*Duration:       6 months*

*Location:*       *TORRANCE, CA*

*Interview:     Phone, F2F*

*No H1B*

*Job Description:*


·         Influences the vision of the product and refines our design system

·         Partners with business stakeholders to understand their
objectives and requirements

·         Understands complicated tasks and processes and makes them seem
easy and intuitive by translating them into simpler yet elegant concepts

·         Directs development teams towards the product vision using clear
written and oral communication with strong rationale for design decisions

·         Applies user-centered design strategies to projects that range
from mobile applications to complex business systems

·         Maps the journey of a user and identifies opportunities for
design solutions

·         Daily Tasks Performed:

·         Develops personas and usage scenarios

·         Reviews UX/UI documentation through the lens of end users to
ensure interfaces are as easy to use as possible

·         Identifies opportunities for system improvement to simplify the
end user experience

·         Approves UX/UI documentation for development

·         Reviews and edits end user facing content to ensure the intended
business message is conveyed

*Required Skills:*

·         Problem solving and analytical skills

·         Understanding of user interface design patterns, information
architecture and user-centered design

·         2+ years experience in UX design

·         Excellent written and verbal communication skills

·         Interaction design thinking and customer focus

·         Bachelor's degree

·         Experience in UX design of mobile applications

*Regards , *

*Akshita  | ** KPG99,INC <http://www.kpg99.com/>*

*3240 E State, St Ext |  Hamilton, NJ 08619  609-681-2602  ||
aksh...@kpgtech.com <aksh...@kpgtech.com> *

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