A UX Design Lead at Kobo360 researches, plans, and architects the user experience for our website, mobile apps and web apps. This person leads the creation of all our digital products completely from the user’s perspective.
The UX Design Lead devises interaction strategies in sync with our user goals and business goals, develops navigation and structure, designs wireframes or interactive prototypes, organizes content to make it user-centric, and tirelessly advocates for the needs and goals of real users.
This person will make strategic and tactical UX decisions related to design and usability as well as features and functions. The UX lead will also perform usability assessments and tests of interactive systems. The best candidate will possess outstanding creativity, a highly detailed nature, and the ability to help define and solve complex user interface problems.
Conceive, Plan and Lead the design of high-end, effective digital products
Create or assist with information architecture and UX design for complex interactive projects. Define digital strategies. Produce user flows, personas, wireframes, prototypes and UX requirements documentation.
Become a zealous “user” advocate
Be the one to speak for the user passionately in all spaces, both internally and externally. Work to become an expert in the field of user experience design and people-centered digital products.
Communicate externally and internally
Facilitate internal team communication, bridging the gap between visual design, functional development, and content. Communicate the value of these disciplines to stakeholders (especially internal ones). Grow to lead customer/users engagements from a UX perspective.
At least 2-3 years’ experience as an Information Architect or related user experience position. Demonstrable experience with information architecture for websites, mobile apps and web apps. If you lack this, you must WOW us with your innate understanding of digital product design and outstanding ability to grasp and execute the position’s requirements.
B.Sc, BA or higher expected but not required if work experiences are exceptional. Degrees may be from: