UX / UI Designer - CONTRACT
Broadridge is seeking a UX/UI Designer in our White Plains, NY office.
This is a temporary, contract position.
You will be the Lead UX/UI Designer for a Treasury and Capital Markets platform to build a professional and state of the art user interface while focusing on usability and client experience.
- You will conduct competitive analyses of other applications that operate in the same space
- You will consult with clients to understand their needs, goals, issues in how it relates to the application UI
- Develop mockups for our development teams
- You are able to build wireframes, storyboards, sitemaps and screen flows
- Work with development teams in crafting product prototypes
- Developing personas and usage scenarios
- You have the ability to analyze user feedback and activity, and iterating to improve the user experience
Broadridge, a global fintech leader with over $7 billion in market capitalization, provides communications, technology, data and analytics solutions. We help drive business transformation for our clients with solutions for enriching client-engagement, navigating risk, optimizing efficiency and generating revenue growth.
Broadridge employs approximately 10,000 full-time associates globally with a significant presence in North America, Europe, and Asia. Please visit our website at www.broadridge.com to learn more.
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