UX Designer

Design & Research

UX Designer

Wellington

Permanent

Ben Smith
Ben Smith

Talent Manager

Posted

May 31, 2024

  • Enjoy a hybrid work environment based in Wellington
  • Impact global user experiences in a meaningful way
  • Permanent Role
  • Wellington-based
  • UX Design
  • Permanent role
About the Company:
Our client is a fast-growing software company with customers spanning the globe. Their platform helps software companies, engineers, architects, and a range of other consultants run their businesses.

They are a tight team that consistently punches above their weight when it comes to the quality and speed of what they build. 

About the Role:
As a UX Designer, you'll be pivotal in developing intuitive user experiences across the platform. Your responsibilities will include creating and maintaining a comprehensive design system, conducting user research, and collaborating closely with product, development, and customer success teams to ensure high standards of UX design.

Ideally, you'll have a background working in a SaaS company that has gone through a period of growth.

Skills & Experience:
  • Bachelor's degree in Design or related field.
  • Minimum 3 years of UX design experience, preferably in a B2B SaaS environment.
  • Worked through a period of growth in a SaaS company
  • Strong portfolio showcasing UX design and design system documentation.
  • Proficiency in design and prototyping tools.
  • Experience in user research and usability testing.
  • Excellent communication and collaboration skills.
  • Deep understanding of user-centered design principles.
  • Ability to think strategically about product design and vision.
If this sounds like something you could be interested in, apply now via this ad, and we will be in touch!

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