Please send a cover letter (this is essential to be considered), resume, links to sites you have produced, and preferred salary range to email@example.com. No calls please.
Interactive UX/Design agency in DUMBO seeks a key team member to help shape learning products for top clients in the EdTech industry. You’ll plug into a lean team of strategists, designers and developers to make beautiful, meaningful, human-centered digital learning products for kids, teens, teachers and adult learners.
We’re all about equipping our clients with the tools they need to create better digital products: strategic insights, product ideation, UX and Design. As education technology specialists, we believe in the power of thoughtful design and delightful user experience to enable better teaching, learning and communicating.
- Synthesize business goals, informational content and user needs into best-in-class user experiences and information architecture
- Help design research and usability studies to inform overall product strategies
- Create user workflows, narratives, and UX design documentation to capture and articulate complex ideas and drive decisions
- Create wireframes and present recommendations for usability and product functionality
- Leverage your experience designing for all devices, including interest in new and emerging technologies
- Champion simplicity and elegance as a fundamental goal of good UX
- Clearly and persuasively explain your decisions and perspective to internal teams and client partners
Experience and mindset:
- Designing for Educational Technology and/or Educational Publishing
- Creating product prototypes and clickable wireframes
- Awareness of design culture and trends as they impact current and future technologies
- Understanding of game mechanics and gamification
- Working with Agile teams
- Flexibility, sense of humor, and a team-mentality
To apply please send the following to firstname.lastname@example.org:
Cover letter [this is important]
Link to your portfolio with at least 4 UX/UI examples. Bonus points if you also include projects you’ve worked on for fun.
Bonus: Describe a UX/UI solution that has eased a pain point or brought a moment of delight.