Product Designer at Microsoft

Product Designer Details

Feb. 14, 2019, 10:21 p.m.
Individual Contributor
Redmond, WA
Microsoft's Developer Services
We're looking to recruit a UX designer to join our design team in Microsoft's Developer Services division, to support Developer Accessibility Tools. As designers, we are responsible for the end-to-end experience of how users interact with our software products. You should be at home creating user-centered screen mockups, in coherence with our design system and prepare them pixel perfect to hand off to the development team. In this role you'll be asked to finalize the UX design of projects making sure they are following the design system and are aesthetically pleasing, enhance the ease of use, and allow better user experiences. You'll have experience of working closely with product managers, visual designers, user researchers, developers and other designers to both improve existing product areas and bring new projects to fruition. The person we are looking for will be a great communicator, and will be equally comfortable sharing his/her insights with both the engineering team as well as

As a UX designer, you will: - Utilize your experience in design thinking to delve deeply into problems and find the best solutions that meet both the needs of the user and Microsoft's business objectives - Use sketches, wireframes, prototypes, user flows and non-functional specifications to use in your designs - Clearly and systematically manage design scope in a timely fashion to facilitate progress. You'll ensure that delivered designs are implementable within given time and resource constraints - Establish the look and feel for various interfaces - Work within brand guidelines to create layouts
- Proven experience in Visual Design in an iterative development environment - Lateral problem-solving and analytical skills - Ability of identify possible solutions that are outside of the obvious design space - Ability to clearly and succinctly present design concepts and explain design thinking to non-design contributors - A deep understanding of UX design patterns - A solid foundation in layout and design - Excellent attention to details - Excellent visual, written and verbal communication skills - The ability to effectively take direction and work both collaboratively and autonomously - Minimum
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