A UX designer is to make products and technology usable, enjoyable, and accessible for humans. UX designers tend to work as part of a wider product team and will often find themselves bridging the gap between the user, the development team, and key business stakeholders. As a UX designer, it’s your job first and foremost to advocate for the end user or customer. Whether you’re designing a brand-new product, coming up with a new feature, or making changes to an existing product or service—the UX designer must consider what’s best for the user and the overall user experience. At the same time, you are also responsible for making sure that the product or service meets the needs of the business. Does it align with the CEO’s vision? Will it help to increase revenue or retain loyal customers?
If you are a true Leonardo da Vinci of optimization – equal parts artist and engineer – LOVE every aspect of digital optimization, have an eye for clean and artful design, get very uncomfortable when something doesn’t look or feel right, are addicted to the process of perfection and…
Then please read on as you’re the ideal candidate… and we’d love to talk to you ASAP.
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