Blink is the user experience firm for the world’s leading companies. We use evidence-driven design to create products that people use, love, and remember. With studios in Austin, Boston, San Diego, San Francisco, and Seattle, Blink brings two decades of experience to research, design, and strategy for clients such as Amazon, Facebook, Microsoft, NASA, Starbucks, and USAA.
This opportunity is a part of Blink's Embedded practice which supports long-term opportunities with some of Blink’s largest client partners.
Duration:October through December 2022
About this position
- The UX/Product Designer will collaborate with the a design team to help craft the future of this critical and foundational eCommerce experience.
- As a product designer, you will develop and extend innovative and user-centered experiences while developing strong collaborative relationships with our product and engineering partners.
- Core activities include:
- Practice and promote user-centric thinking on your design work.
- Lead and drive design from problem definition to final execution.
- Collaborate with cross-functional teams of product managers, software engineers, researchers, and content designers.
- Understand business goals and challenge its requirements
- Use data (quantitative and qualitative) to develop your design and support your design decision.
- Create ideation, user scenarios, journey map, wireframes, Lo-Fi / Hi-Fi designs and prototypes throughout the full cycle of the product development process.
- Closely work with the design system team to align with the latest design guideline and contribute to its evolution to the next level.
- 3-4+ years UX design experience
- Degree in Design or design-related field
- Ability to navigate the priorities of a wide range of stakeholders
- User-centric and strategic approach
Blink is an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, gender, age, veteran status, political affiliation, sexual orientation, marital status or disability.