MediaMonks LA is looking for a brilliant UX Designer to join to work with one of our coolest Clients, JOIN US!
- Alongside our project frontline of producers, creatives and business leads, you work with our clients and creative teams to shape projects from an early stage.
- Your expertise in UX design will support one of our coolest clients.
- You set up workshops and presentations to tease out the key user requirements in collaboration with the client.
- Your competitive audits, user insights and broad knowledge of UX and UI design will help to lay the foundation upon which great work can be built.
- You’re responsible for developing the exact workings and flows to bring projects to the point of production through user journeys, sitemaps, wireframes & prototypes.
- The ultimate goal is to mastermind great user experiences that meet the commercial and creative goals of the project.
- This gig is as much about crafting user experiences across digital touchpoints as it is about producing emotional response through (mobile) interaction patterns and new forms of navigation.
- We’re looking for a UX expert with 3+ years of client-facing experience.
- As a seasoned UX designer, you have the confidence and credentials to take ownership of projects and contribute to the strategic development of the products and platforms for the world’s biggest brands.
- You have experience with big brands and complex digital platform projects, from concept of a project to wireframes.
- You have a demonstrated ability to combine research and creative concepts into functional UX designs.
- You have a strong creative, visual and intuitive approach to UX.
- You understand the nature of digital platforms and their users and know how these two interface in practice.
- You boast solid wireframing skills with pen an paper and in Sketch.
- You are able to produce interactive prototypes with tools such Marvel and Framer.
- In this bottleneck position, strong communication skills are as important as seniority in UX design.
You can make sense of seemingly cryptic briefs and aren’t afraid to ask questions to help better-define what needs to be done in the first place. You’ve got that big-picture thinking that keeps projects moving forward.