Limburg (NL)

UX designer

  • Limburg (NL)
  • UX & Digital Design, User Experience
  • Freelance

User Experience Designer

Our client is a leader in the industry of consumer electronics, people go "wow!" with the quality of their products and is a brand recognizable world-wide. In this challenge, you will have to leverage your skills in ux research and analytics to improve upon the different customer journeys. You will tackle multiple design challenges by findind out new ways to connect customers with new methods of interaction.

What are your responsibilities?

  • You can think about the individual design requirements and implementation, but you are constantly considering the continuity from one experience to another and the relationship of those experiences to the strategic direction of the company.

  • You’re trained to deliver thoughtful and complete user needs analysis, with clearly prioritized and defined user workflows to inform architectural requirements.

  • You are able to visual express ideas through graphic design, story boarding and optimization of creative assets.

  • You design wireframes and build prototypes for representation and testing prior to deployment.

  • You can take direction, but you can also effectively lead others toward a clear experience vision, articulating the value of user-centered design to the business and to the customers.

  • Tools: You are highly capable using the tools of our trade including Sketch, Zeplin, InVision, and Adobe Creative Suite, PowerPoint/Keynote, Illustrator and learning new tools as they arise.

Are you the one? - Yes if:

  • You have excellent visual, verbal, and written communication and presentation skills as well as a solid portfolio of past work.

  • You are fascinated by user behavior and energized by new technologies that solve real problems.

  • You're dissatisfied with the status quo and comfortable taking risks, failing fast, and learning quickly

The offer

  • 3 months freelance contract. Options for extenions.

  • A great team spirit! Highly capable and curious individuals who truly believe in user-centered design

  • 100% homeworking mandatory until end of June 2021. After this date to be discussed depending on the evolution of COVID situation.