Product / UX Designer


Vitamin T

2018-10-12 05:11:41

Job location Chicago, Illinois, United States

Job type: fulltime

Job industry: Executive Positions

Job description

Job Description:

An online and mobile food-ordering company that connects diners with local restaurants is seeking a Product Designer in their NYC office!

  • Onsite
  • Duration: 60-90 days
Full Job Spec:
  • Advocate for our delivery drivers in all design decisions while collaborating with the product, engineering, and design teams
  • Turn everything from nebulous concepts to specific ideas into useful, delightful product features
  • Be a part of designing holistic features, flows and interfaces that are simple, elegant, and beautiful
  • Engage with senior members of the design team to constantly push the quality of our products
  • Shares and articulates design decisions and seeks feedback early and often with the design and cross-functional team
  • Draw insights from the work of our talented research team and know how to turn those insights into tangible solutions
  • Partner with product, engineers, and the members of the design and research teams to oversee the user experience of a product from conception until launch
You Should Have
  • At least 2 years of practical, in-house product or UX design experience for either consumer or B2B brands with a focus on complex flows and use cases
  • Uses the design process to contextualize their work and the type of feedback they need in a given moment
  • Applied experience working across all manifestations of what we design - from responsive web to native applications to the next technological leap
  • Understanding of prototyping methodologies and practices, user research methodologies and A/B test planning/execution
  • A passion for partnering with designers, product managers, and engineers to deliver a better, more user-centered product
  • An acute self-awareness and deep empathy - for both the customer and your team's goals
  • Excellent communication skills. You can bring internal stakeholders on your design journey and support your decisions with focus and brevity
  • A deep curiosity and ability to consider product strategy and vision. You don't just care about "how it looks," or "what we should design," but "why are we designing this at all?"

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