Design Job: UX Lead at Mutual Mobile

Looking for a web design job in Austin, TX? (And who isn’t?) Mutual Mobile, the developer of mobile and software solutions for such clients as Cisco, Audi and Google, is hiring a lead user experience designer. Click through to learn more and apply:

For us, a UX Lead is someone who has vision and leadership. You work well with engineers and account teams, and you can lead a design team to create their best work while keeping a constant focus on the user. Reporting to the Experience Director, you will work across one or more projects on a cross-functional team.

Responsibilities include:

  • Defining projects in terms of scopes, schedules, and road maps together with Engagement Directors, Project Managers, and Creative Directors.
  • Guiding a team from the initial Discovery phase, through research, idea conception, design, user testing, and deployment
  • Promoting strong standards for usability and user-centered design, with an understanding of the rules and when to break them
  • Handling aspects of user testing to promote the most seamless experiences possible for mobile
  • and more …

Requirements/Qualifications:

  • 5+ years crafting complex interfaces, software applications, and large-scale websites
  • 2 years experience at top digital agency in a User Experience leadership role
  • BS/BA in Design, HCI or related degree preferred
  • Agile and Lean UX experience preferred
  • Experience leading cross-functional teams to create the best work of their career
  • Knowledge of usability heuristics, HCI literature, and best practice user experience for mobile and touch applications
  • Expert level knowledge of relevant industry tools and software

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