Mobile Experience Architect (MXA)
Principal Duties and Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
- Develop intuitive, usable, and engaging interactions and visual designs for mobile using rapid, low fidelity user-centered design processes
- Prepare high fidelity visual design and interaction design specifications/artifacts for the development sprints
- Collaborate with cross-functional teams throughout the design process
- Participate and conduct usability testing
- Champion the UCD methodology and participate in the design process from research, through design, build, test, release, and continuous improvement.
- Stay abreast of UX trends and look for accelerators and inspiration in parallel analogous worlds
- Research and track advancements in mobile interaction design patterns and how they may be differentiators for the Nextiva experience
- Break any design problem down into viable actionable chunks and solve them with clarity and precision.
- 5+ years experience in user experience and mobility
- A bachelor’s or higher degree in interaction design, human-computer interaction, cognitive science or related field. A master’s degree is a plus.
- Design portfolio
- Excellent understanding of user-experience design for mobile and the web, technology trends, demonstrable design skills
- A team player who can easily adapt in a rapidly changing environment
- Expert level skills in Adobe CS, Invision, Sketch UXPin and other relevant design tools.
- Deep understanding of Apple’s human interface design guidelines, Android design and other mobile platform designs, including Google’s material design
- Desired Experience:
- Interest in emerging technologies in web, mobile, and other devices
- Web and Omni-channel UX design experience
- Familiarity with the agile software development process is strongly preferred
- Experience with service design, AI, IoT
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