Designer 2 at Microsoft

Designer 2 Details

March 28, 2019, 6:29 p.m.
Individual Contributor
Redmond, WA
Experience (ADUX) team SQL Server, and
Data is the new currency of the digital world, and Microsoft is uniquely positioned to help business and consumers get the most out of theirs. With the leading database in the world - SQL Server, and the rapidly growing Azure Data platform, Microsoft has made an enormous bet on cloud-based platform components that companies will need to derive knowledge and insights from big data and analytics in the cloud. Creative impact at this scale is rare and is an enormous opportunity for the right candidate. You would be joining the Azure Data User Experience (ADUX) team as a User Experience Designer II. We're looking for design leaders whose work reflects a passion for helping people get the most from their data. We're looking for colleagues who want to embrace complicated problems and have curiosity for exploring new product interaction paradigms. Ideal candidates would show an affinity for designing cohesive experiences across multiple complex back-end services, a sensible and thorough pursuit

Contribute to the continuing growth of a strong and highly successful design team. Collaborate with other designers to ensure consistency across experiences. Communicate, document, and represent design direction to team members, senior management and key stakeholders. Ensure the experience vision is driven by a well-defined nucleus of user needs, tasks, marketing and business requirements. Work with design, development and program management teams to ensure interaction and visual designs communicate and function successfully for varying technical and performance specifications. Work with user researchers
Basic Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in human-computer interaction or Design or Fine Art or Architecture or Engineering or IT technical discipline or in place of 3+ years of internship or 2+ years of industry design research experience Preferred Qualifications: Excellent communication, presentation and organizational skills. Have superlative visual design skills, think conceptually about design, present excellent problem solving skills, and exercise the ability to work well in a collaborative team environment. Understand the array of technical constraints, user goals and business requirements
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