Looking for a web design job in the Boston area? Osprey Software Solutions, which designs and delivers enterprise applications for complex business needs, is hiring a user interface designer for its Waltham, MA, office. Click through to learn more and apply:
Osprey Software Solutions is currently seeking a User Interface Designer to establish a framework for a development team redesigning a business information intensive application. The candidate will work within an Agile development project to design simple, intuitive and responsive interfaces.
- Define user interfaces for increased simplicity and productivity.
- Produce design concepts, create wireframes and mock-ups based on business requirements.
- Translate product strategy into design concepts that meet user goals.
- Maintain user specifications such as online style guides and standards documents.
- Articulate ideas and concepts clearly and concisely to peers and clients while quickly applying feedback and direction as needed.
- Windows Application design experience preferred. Microsoft TFS a plus
- Minimum of 4 years experience creating wireframes, visual mock-ups, graphics, workflow storyboards
- Experience in applying layout principles, information architecture, human factors and design standards
- Knowledge and application of accessibility design considerations
- Experience with facilitating Usability sessions with end users and expertise with accessing data from multiple sources to synthesis efficient user scenarios
- Agile implementation project experience preferred
- Excellent communication skills
- Creative and pragmatic approach
- Contract experience a plus
- Portfolio to include samples of interactive design work
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