Are you interested in working on a cutting-edge business that understands and values your work and sees user experience, customer experience, and service design as key strategic priorities? Join us as an interaction design-oriented UXer on Dynamics 365, the next generation business application in the cloud. You'll design experiences that solve complex interactions with elegance and simplicity. The role's broad scope will give you ample room to flex your design muscles—both on projects that have immediate impact on the Dynamics 365 business as well as explorations that shape our long-term strategy, vision and UX direction. Microsoft is one of the most innovative, tech-driven businesses in the world with huge breadth, reach, and capabilities. You should have a strong interest in technology and know-how to work alongside engineers and product managers, and an ability to tell compelling stories about users and products to support your work.
Other success factors for UXers in our agile environment: Thoughtfulness —You're thoughtful and deliberate in your choices and able to articulate that on the fly across a cross-functional team, and occasionally, conflicting priorities and objectives. System understanding —You've got the ability to work within design systems and assess possible design solutions against this criteria. In addition, you have the critical thinking skills to bring up what needs to be changed, and why. You use criticism to spur insightful conversations, not a reason to be defensive or shut down. A translator of tradeoffs
Portfolio A strong portfolio is absolutely critical for this role, both in terms of demonstrating your experience and as an example of your ability to create a compelling design presentation. Showcase your experience in UX and interaction design, particularly where simplicity and ease of use were a major concern. We'd like to see a diversity of projects, but be careful that your portfolio doesn't get scattered or overly long—focus on curation and quality to choose a solid collection of outcomes and design intermediaries and deliverables (especially flows, mockups, and prototypes), and be sure the