Job Description :
Role: UX Designer Location: Atlanta, GA Duration: Contract Job Description: Deliver, review and critique the UX Designs of a multi-skilled design team to ensure effective and rich designs (great interaction, visual styling, consistent and appropriate use of voice and tone, etc) Work with UX Designers, Visual designers, researchers and product managers to understand user's needs and behaviors for the industries in which they work Participate in and lead UX activities (in person and remote) in an Agile environment such as user/design research, interviews and workshops Translate findings into usable, useful, effective and efficient user experiences Clearly and quickly deliver ideas to cross-functional teams Provide information verbally and visually through low and mid-fidelity renderings and clickable prototypes Test and validate working hypothesis with users through usability testing of wireframes, clickable prototypes and published product, and participate in design critique Work with Visual Designers and Developers to bring concepts to life while maintaining UX best practices Required Professional and Technical Expertise: Portfolio and work samples including branding, user-centered design skills, visualizations of complex experiences such as flows, scenarios, personas, etc. (any fidelity), sketches to mid-fidelity interactions (show your process) and clickable prototypes (any fidelity) Solid Technical background Hands on Designer Experience 3+ years of demonstrated experience solving complex user problems At least 2 years of experience working in a broad portfolio of related products and/or constitute a complex solution Understanding of Design principles and their application Examples of beginning and ending interactions (micro interactions) and/or mobile/responsive design considerations Preferred Professional and Technical Expertise: Experience designing for accessibility Data visualization skills Data analysis and statistical analysis experience Master's Degree in User Experience Design, Human Computer Interaction, Human Factors, Experimental Psychology, Cognitive Science