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Synopsis of Role:
From the onset of every project, the role of the Web User Experience Designer is to ensure that the work we produce reflects a fundamental understanding of the user. The individual has an intuitive feeling for the way interactions and engagement moments should work and a deep understanding of what users want and need. The work includes digital strategy and interaction design across any digital touch point— web, mobile, social, tablet.
This role is part of an interdisciplinary team of creative, content, and web designers, starting the collaborative process with development of a conceptual model using web analytics to understand exactly who the users are, as well as insights gleaned from how they interact with the site, and how they prioritize their goals and behaviors. Through research, strategy development, conception, product definition, design, and development of information architecture the incumbent confidently determines a product’s mandate, performance indicators, feature set, and business requirements. The individual develops user testing; create wireframes, functional prototypes, and more. Additionally, the incumbent is responsible for ongoing support of products will utilize web analytics to monitor user behavior and product/goal effectiveness, refining the user experience as needed, developing A/B test plans, and making ongoing enhancements to ensure operational goals are met and stakeholders are informed. The web user experience designer is decisive and excited to move projects forward; someone who will never tire of pushing the work to be better.
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