Design Job: Senior UI/UX Designer at MaxPoint

Looking for a web design job in North Carolina? MaxPoint, which develops digital retail advertising for clients, is seeking a senior-level user experience/interface designer for its Raleigh office. Click through to learn more and apply:

Our ideal candidate is an expert in user design and ease of use who also loves working in a fast-pace, collaborative environment.  This position will be key to the success of our most widely used products and will work with a passionate, driven team working towards the success of MaxPoint.

Responsibilities

  • The ideal candidate will work as a hands-on UI expert and be responsible for delivering all aspects of the interaction components of the design from concept to collaborating with engineering teams on implementation.
  • Developing new approaches to complex design problems and the ability to convey these designs in the form of wireframes, comps or design specifications
  • Advise and engage on front end interaction options to develop applications
  • Develop wireframes for use by the engineering teams building applications that keep in mind the user and our interaction design goals
  • Provide backup to visual designer position when needed
  • and more …

Preferred Skills

  • Preference for working in a small, fast-paced, collaborative environment
  • Experience with Ajax, Java Script, JQuery, HTML, XHTML, XML, XSLT, CSS, and DHTML
  • Dedication to excellent design and working quickly and iteratively
  • Previous involvement in Mobile Design a plus
  • Familiarity creating and running user testing and beta programs a plus
  • Self starter and highly motivated

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