Job Description

Associate Interaction (UI) Designer

This role is for thinkers, and problem solvers who thrive in ambiguity. You may come from any background or professional training as long as you have the can-do attitude to go along with it. Our charter is to understand the users of a product or service and build simple and delightful experiences for them. Our experiences run across the spectrum from service design to product design, and we love what we do.

The Associate UI Designer Trainee will join the UXReactor team on successful completion of all training requirements. All Trainees will undergo 3-6 month training where they will learn state of the art techniques, methods and processes from world-class design leaders and mentors.

JOB DESCRIPTION (After training)

  • Work closely with stakeholders and the cross functional teams to understand project requirements.
  • Initiate and respond to ideas for innovation/improvements based on research, analysis, and competitive reviews.
  • Expertise in any rapid prototyping tool is essential like UXPIN or other Prepare effort estimations and UI deliverable schedules.
  • Self-starter – create schedules and define scope of work even when.
  • There are no clear requirements and direction. Should prioritize, and accomplish multiple tasks in a fast-paced atmosphere.
  • Develop intuitive, usable, and engaging interactions and unifiedvisual designs.
  • Create design deliverable’s such as specifications, process flows, wire-frames, and mock-ups.
  • During implementation phase respond to day-to-day questions from developers, product managers, project managers and QA.

DESIRED SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS

  • Diploma or Degree in Design/Architecture/Fine Arts/Science/Engineering/Business/Psychology.
  • Minimum Aggregate of 60% in most recent degree .
  • Students should have graduated by June 2015.
  • Passion for design and technology trends.
  • Proficiency in spoken and written English is essential.
  • Self Starter, able to collaborate actively with others in a cross-functional team.
  • Good presentation skills, ability to package complex material.
  • Strong interpersonal skills.
  • Great listening skills, with an open minded, collaborative, team-oriented approach to design.