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- Inflancka 4a, WarszawaWarszawa, Masovian
- Offer expired 19 days ago
- contract of employment
- specialist (Mid / Regular)
Technologies we use
Adobe Creative Suite
Designing blueprints: including wireframes, workflows, personas, customer journey maps and use cases/scenarios
Design ready-to-develop user paths using Design System
Taking an active lead with regards to design (sketch, prototype, wireframe, interaction design plus usability tests)
Facilitating Design workshops, understand and prioritize user needs, generate ideas and evaluate outcomes
UX experience and relevant design portfolio proving UX skills (ideally 3 years).
Good written and spoken English, comfortable with working in an international environment.
Expert in several of the tools: we are using Adobe Creative Suite, Sketch, InVision. Miro.
Experience in eCommerce and/or B2B solutions
Working with Design systems before
What we offer
Product on a big and international scale
Opportunities for development
Strong integration program
Best friends of staff (free espresso and fruits)
private medical care
sharing the costs of foreign language classes
sharing the costs of professional training & courses
coffee / tea
employee referral program
Webinterpret is a leading e-commerce solution that helps facilitate cross-border trade. Its operations center is in Warsaw, Poland, and headquarters in Sophia Antipolis, France. Over the last year, Webinterpret has grown by more than 300% and it shows no signs of a slowdown.
We are looking for someone who:
Leads sets of features or end-to-end complex workflows.
Can prepare low and high fidelity mockups. Ability to create a ready-to test prototype.
Works mostly self-directed, supported by someone more experienced.
Can define design touchpoints.
Is able to propose UX measurements and measure user feedback.
Knows at least one design methodology and is able to plan the research and design process based on it. Design sprint / User Center Design / Design Thinking.
Is able to engage people in applying the user-centric approach