Interaction Designer (XW)
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POST DATE 9/1/2016
END DATE 10/28/2016
JOB DESCRIPTIONAPPLY Job ID: 20160105-6676-JT
Company Name: Xactware
Xactware is an equal opportunity employer.
*3+ years' experience in product development collaborating with multidisciplinary teams to meet business requirements, identify and solve user problems, and delight users through informed experience design.
*Demonstrate design fundamentals applied across multiple platforms, web and native-based applications.
*Communicate comfortably and effectively with external users and internal teams (product, engineering, etc.), in a way that builds trust and confidence with customers and colleagues.
*Resourceful team player who demonstrates time/priority management works well in groups and independently.
*Proficiency with Adobe Creative Suite, Microsoft Office Suite, and other relevant tools.
Principal Responsibilities and Essential Duties:
*Assist product teams in defining functional interaction requirements specifications.
*Develop mockup/prototype interaction designs, information architecture, navigation structures, user interaction models, wire frames and screen flows.
*Work with interaction team to conduct customer studies of mockups, prototypes and existing interfaces; and iterate designs based on usability test results.
*Use storyboards and mockups to effectively communicate designs to product management and engineering teams.
*Completes all responsibilities as outlined on annual Performance Plan.
*Completes all special projects and other duties as assigned.
*Must be able to perform duties with or without reasonable accommodation
*Regular and consistent attendance.
Bachelors (or equivalent work experience)
Years of Experience
All members of the Verisk Analytics Family of Companies are equal opportunity employers. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, or any other legally protected classification.