Design Job: UX Designer at Quantcast

Looking for a web design job in San Francisco? Quantcast, the online advertising services provider, is seeking a user experience designer who can build the company’s suite of online reporting products. Click through to learn more and apply:

We are looking for a UX Designer to create Quantcast’s full suite of online reporting and insights products from the ground up. The reporting dashboard is a critical component in solidifying our leadership position in the industry. As a UX Designer at Quantcast, you will be involved in every aspect of the product process from the high-level product strategy and vision to the tactical design-measure-iterate cycle.

Responsibilities

  • Partner with Product Management to define the product direction for your area, design the experience and measure ongoing improvements
  • Design simple solutions for complex workflows and large datasets; invent useful ways to tell stories with data and extract meaning from noise
  • Create all design deliverables from site structure to flows, wireframes, high fidelity comps, prototypes and style guides
  • Understand best practices for web and mobile development and partner with Engineering to create products that are flexible, scalable and implemented to specs
  • Collaborate with other designers to create a cohesive cross-product experience
  • And more

Requirements

  • 3+ years experience designing web and/or mobile applications
  • Experience designing reporting and analytics dashboards
  • Solid interaction and visual design skills
  • Expert knowledge of the user centered design process
  • Demonstrated ability to achieve business goals through great UX
  • Expert with Adobe Creative Suite
  • Familiar with HTML, CSS, JavaScript and modern browser capabilities
  • BA/BS/BFA or equivalent industry experience
  • Portfolio showing examples of UX design work

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