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About the Role:
The User Experience Researcher works closely with the product and design teams throughout the design process to enhance user experience. You will help identify user challenges, design appropriate research methods, conduct user studies, and analyze and present the results in a clear, creative and impactful way. You will streamline current user research and develop strategies for additional/ongoing types of testing.
- Work collaboratively with cross functional teams to identify business questions and research needs
- Craft tangible design solutions and inform prototype development
- Design and conduct user research studies for multiple projects
- Collect and analyze user data through a variety of channels and methodologies
- Communicate findings and recommendations in compelling and creative ways
- Drive product improvements and growth of key benchmarks based on research findings through reports and presentations
- Attract and grow an elite team of user experience researchers
Requirements and Skills:
- 3-5 years experience crafting, executing, and reporting design research
- Highly skilled in a range of methodologies, with experience crafting and conducting different types of user-research studies
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills
- Ability and desire to work both independently and within a team
- Excellent organizational and analytical skills
- MA/MS in Human Computer Interaction (HCI), Psychology, Social Science or a related field
- Workshop planning and facilitation experience
- Experience building a user experience organization
- Experience analyzing quantitative research
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