Are you a seasoned interactive designer with ample mobile and web experience? Westfield Labs is looking for an Interactive Designer to join their San Francisco team. If this is you, apply and get the design job details.
The ideal interaction designer is both left and right brained. He or she is able to combine creative and imaginative thinking with functionality and mechanics. The interaction designer is constantly looking at emerging design patterns and technology in order to present new ideas, apply best practices and provide users with the optimal experience. They are able to lead collaborative work sessions that help the product team ideate and focus on what matters most to users and customers.
• Represent the ‘User Experience’, translate customer requirements into defined specifications, and inspire the engineering team to develop the right product.
• Work in cross-functional product teams to plan, prioritize, and deliver information architecture, information design, visual design, page layouts, tools, service, and applications to support the complete cohesive and seamless user experience.
• Develop and maintain user scenarios, prototypes, specifications, navigation maps, and other design documents.
• Work with feature development teams to make sure that the workflow reflects the customer’s needs and ensure consistency among features.
• Make understanding end user requirements a constant priority.
• Work closely with the Head of Product Management to communicate design strategy, and rationale.
• Develop expert-level knowledge of competitive, complementary products , and bring new ideas to the team.
• Lead design work sessions.
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