We are actively looking for candidates for the following roles. If you are interested in one or more of them, introduce yourself.
We are looking for a stellar design professional with 10+ years of experience creating product/functional requirement documents, experience maps, wireframes, personas, user flows and other UX artifacts that adhere to project objectives, inspire the team, and create real traction–deliverables people come back to time and time again, and that the client steals and uses in their own presentations.
As a UX Strategist for Portland's most prestigious agency, you'll have an opportunity to work on their largest project team where you incorporate research, rigor, process and expertise into the definition of and blueprint for websites, web apps, native apps, streaming media experiences, and digital installations.
We are looking for a highly collaborative UX/Interaction designer with a passion for clarity and information design. The interaction designer will have to create micro-interaction models, has to plan, prioritize, coordinate, and conduct user requirements analysis including task analysis, conceptual modeling, and information architecture design across multiple devices and/or platforms. The ideal candidate must possess superior UI skills and be able to translate high-level requirements from interaction flows and artifacts into beautiful, intuitive, and functional user interfaces.
We are looking for a highly collaborative User Experience Researcher who is comfortable working with many partners across the user experience team, marketing and product development teams. This dynamic role requires a deep curiosity for understanding human behavior and producing relevant insights.
We are always looking for talented creatives at all levels for the following types of roles. If you are one of the following, introduce yourself.
Experienced User Experience Researchers with expertise in planning, guiding and executing on a wide variety of user-centered research projects including field research, user analysis, and consumer surveys. We look for User Experience Researchers who are highly collaborative and are comfortable working with many partners across the user experience team, as well as marketing and product development teams.
Experienced Information Architects are able to successfully determine user requirements and plan the site or product architecture through the study of site concepts, platforms, and target audience. Information Architects envision architectural schemes, information structure and features, functionality, and user-interface design; as well as create optimum user scenarios. We look for Information Architects who are skilled at preparing data models, designing information structure, data flow, and UX navigation.
Experienced Visual Designers with skills in product design, brand implementation, and common design and prototyping methodogies in web-based and mobile products. We look for Visual Designers who have talent in the creation of iconography, typography, storyboarding, and data visualization. Understanding how to leverage customer and user research to drive visual design and brand programs within a single product or across a suite of products is key.
Experienced Prototypers with demonstrated ability in utilizing a variety of technologies and frameworks to develop working prototypes that bring wireframes, storyboards and comps to life. We look for Prototypers who can work closely with other web developers, engineers, designers, product owners, and users to create and deliver high-quality prototypes on conceptual designs that will demonstrate new ways for how people interact, create, consume, and share.
Experienced Project Managers who have a track record of successfully managing complex UX, UI, Design and/or Research projects while communicating with project stakeholders, technical program managers, user experience and development teams to define and deliver complex features for products, websites, and mobile. We look for Project Managers with the ability to contribute to the project work by consulting with Clients and Account Management during planning and concepting; including managing production budget and resources, providing alternate solutions to produce scope, and managing the project timeline.
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You crave flexibility in your creative workload and time commitments. You usually prefer working remotely, as you like to avoid the traditional office atmosphere. Truth is, it'd be great to supplement your personal projects and freelance work with some steady pay.
You're ready to build, grow, and embed yourself in the company culture for the long haul. You're seeking a creative opportunity with a steady salary, corporate benefits, and all the perks that come with working directly for an organization - including the chance to grow your career.