UI/UX Designer responsibilities include defining design standards and frameworks to unify product experience, gathering user requirements, designing graphic elements and building navigation components. To be successful in this role, you should have 3+ years experience with design software and wire frame tools. You should be able to think at a framework level and build design systems to be used across multiple applications. Responsibilities • Develop design standards and systems to unify the experience across applications • Gather and evaluate user requirements in collaboration with leadership team and engineers • Illustrate design ideas using storyboards, process flows and sitemaps • Design graphic user interface elements, like menus, tabs and widgets • Build page navigation buttons and search fields • Develop UI mockups and prototypes that clearly illustrate how sites function and look like • Create original graphic designs (e.g. images, sketches and tables) • Prepare and present rough drafts to internal teams and key stakeholders • Identify and troubleshoot UX problems (e.g. responsiveness) • Conduct layout adjustments based on user feedback. Requirements • Proven work experience as a UI/UX Designer or similar role • Portfolio of design projects • Knowledge of wireframe tools • Up-to-date knowledge of design software like Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop • Team spirit; strong communication skills to collaborate with various stakeholders • Good time-management skills
We are looking for a product manager that is strong on Tech, UX and Marketing to work on our SaaS platform, which is now ranked top HR platform in India. The product space we are in poses engineering challenges of an ERP and yet demands a user experience of that of a consumer grade application. While accommodating myriad and varying business needs of thousands of customers, we still need to provide best user experience without complicating the product. Such holistic marriage of engineering and UX excellence is where our competitors struggle and Keka thrives. As a product manager you'd be leading this effort. We are looking for following traits in you. A Visual thinker ============== This is first and foremost important trait we need in you. A visual thinker who can cut through myriad pieces of informationa and create sense in a clear and concise way. More about Visual thinking below http://www.xplaner.com/visual-thinking-school/ https://www.lifehack.org/275993/7-things-only-visual-thinkers-will-understand A keen sense of design ===================== There are two people: Those who understand design and those who don't. While wireframing is a good start, a keen sense of visual design and aesthetics is a must. You don't have to be a great visual designer, but you should contrast between a good design and a bad design, and pick what is right for your product. You should be able to speak to a designer in terms such as contracst, visual heirarchy and whitespace. Empathetic =========== Understanding customers, their pain points and success factors requires empathy. In your role as a Product Manager, working with various stakeholders, constantly mediating and forging compromises between different viewpoints, it is easy to lose track of customer. Empathy towards customer needs serves as your north star there. You must successfully represent the customer’s needs, who is never present during internal decision-making, but is the most essential stakeholder. Biased towards execution ======================== All talk and intellectuality without execution is useless if it doesn't translate into outcome. A strong bias for execution and getting things out the door, therefore is a must. Intuition into Talent ====================== We are on a mission to nurture talent in organizations. Passion and intuition in understanding what motivates an employee, how to shape a good culture are a big plus for this role. Roles & Responsibilities ==================================== - Understand overall market, competitive space, determine market segmentation, positioning and more - Understand user needs, pain points and success factors - Create vision/strategy for the product that responds to these user and market needs. - Convey the strategy in form of short and long term product roadmap, prioritize features based on priority and execution time. - Coordinate and support different teams all through the product life cycle - Business, engineering, design, sales, marketing and support teams.
Call it destiny or just the right time. Today, it's the UI/ UX designers, like you & me & 100s of 1000s others, who are shaping the products of the future. These products hold no value without good design & without one of us. However, the way things work right now, it is very difficult for startups to find & work with good designers and at the same time, it's very difficult for designers to find & work with good startups. Then, there are other problems for pitching, scoping, payment, delays etc. Fortunately, Divanshu Thakral, Manik Arora, Shashank M Hudkar & I (Varun Gandhi) have been working hard for a long time now to fix this & would like to introduce all of you to 1THING - India's first UX / UI design platform, combining great design talent & artificial intelligence, to help startups & businesses design great products. 1THING is a whole new kind of design company where startups get to work with good design team handpicked for them on their projects and designers get to experience the whole new future of work. You can apply here for 1THING's Design Network - https://1thing.design/designers
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