Sr. UX Designer
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Sr. UX Designer
Ref No.: 17-12143
Location: Baltimore, Maryland
Position Type:Right to Hire
Start Date: 12/14/2017
Senior UX Designer
Job Type: 6 Month Contract-to-Hire
Salary: Very Competitive (dependent on experience)
Location: Owings Mills, MD

My direct client has an immediate need for a Senior-Level UX Designer to join their team. MUST HAVE PORTFOLIO AND EXAMPLES OF CASE STUDIES.

Join a lean agile UX design team in an innovation lab -- a startup environment within a major financial firm, whose mission is to transform client experience, push boundaries on what digital can be, and make company processes more efficient.

Requirements:
- 5+ years of experience working in the UX field
- Demonstrated excellence with UX design, as distinct from branding or advertising
- Experience working in an agile environment

- Experience in a collocated setting (i.e., worked closely with developers and content strategists)
- Ability to think through a user experience, starting with a journey map, and leading through data flow (flow chart), hand-drawn sketches, lo-fidelity wireframes, and high-fidelity mockups
- Experience conducting user research, such as unmoderated testing, or workshops and exercises such as card sorting
- Experience with UX Pin, Sketch, InVision, Framer are a plus. Candidate must be able to pick up new platforms on the job as these may change.
- Experience and familiarity with CSS global styles, and React components -- you won't be writing code, but must be able to have productive conversations with developers to ensure quality designs.
- Experience designing responsive experiences across breakpoints for desktop, tablet, and phone
- High comfort level taking on work while managers may be in meetings for the day, geared toward presenting the work to manager at end of day

- Must be very punctual with all meetings and deadlines
- Should light up at the following vocabulary:
- Affordances, Smart default, Microinteraction, Cognitive load, Jobs to be done, User model, Mental model, Task analysis, Paying off technical debt, Data flow, feedback, trigger, loop, mode, Illusion of simplicity, Style guide, Global styles, Work domain, Affinity diagram, Fake doors, Haptic feedback, Kano model, Delight, Empty state, Backlog refinement, Channel migration,
- Should be interested in driving go-karts and/or karaoke after a major milestone.