This position fundamentally identifies, documents, and demonstrates the optimal user experience through design activities/deliverables, which are aligned with the business requirements and solution scope.
The designer may work with a variety of software development teams. The role of the user experience designer is complementary to and synergistic with the role of the business and functional analysts and the designer may take on design tasks across multiple projects.
- Under supervision, performs task-level work that is varied and
requires some complex design competencies
- Creativity, originality, or ingenuity is required
- Exceptional communication skills in interactions with clients, end-users, developers and others throughout the design process
- Exceptional ability to create and share a vision
- Exceptional ability to build and maintain relationships
- Exceptional ability to persuade and teach without manipulation
- Exceptional ability to resolve conflict and disparate opinions
- Exceptional ability to view problems from a holistic viewpoint and accurately pinpoint their root cause
- Exceptional ability to research and understand a customer's needs, problems, and potential design constraints
- Exceptional ability to instruct others about design principles, patterns, and processes
The User Experience Designer is an assigned member of a Project Team within a portfolio and is accountable for the following activities:
- Encourages a culture of user-centered design and knowledge sharing
- Communicate visually through drawings, diagrams, wireframes,
prototypes, flow charts, etc.
- Participates in user testing and validation
- Support for design activities as needed
*Bachelor's degree, preferably in design, CS, MIS or related field is required. Must be a member of the LDS and currently temple worthy.