Know a thing or two about what makes a great user experience? Nerd.
User journey maps, wireframes, and workflows capture your heart? Super Nerd.
Care about the look and feel of the journey? An aesthetic nerd, too.
Been called a nerd once or thrice? Perfect.
We’re looking for someone who’s as passionate about human behavior as they are about applying research methods, gathering critical user insights, and delivering a beautiful product. Someone who giggles a little inside when they get to play with wireframes and present the cleanest possible visuals.
If your natural curiosity is egging you on to read more, listen to it. Maybe we’re meant to be.
Who You Are:
- You have a background in graphic design, human-computer interaction, interaction design, programming or related field
- You have a positive, can-do attitude with high-level dedication and a collaborative spirit
- You’re an excellent written and oral communicator (Experience working with team members such as account executives, copywriters, and creative directors is especially cool)
- You’re an expert in user experience principles, design principles and web standards and best practices
- You have expert-level Photoshop skills with an extensive knowledge of the Adobe Creative Suite
- You are a high level creative thinker, with conceptualization, problem-solving, presentation and implementation skills
- You have the ability to ask appropriate questions and communicate effectively and persuasively to convey solutions both internally and to the client
- You have 5+ years digital design and/or creative leadership experience; however, a kick-ass portfolio, personality, and work ethic can certainly go a long way
What You’ll Do:
- Create and maintain screen wireframes, process flows, site maps, screen prototypes and conceptual models to clarify and refine new product solutions
- Execute well-informed responsive designs using the mobile-first design methodology
- Executing all visual design stages from concept to final hand-off to engineering
- Present and defend designs and key milestone deliverables to peers and executive level stakeholders
- Translate target audience needs and behavioral motivators into compelling user experience recommendations
- Conduct task-based user-testing to evaluate design efficiency and recommend revisions to existing designs
- Collaborate efficiently with off-site clients and offshore vendors in a cooperative team environment
- Communicate directly with clients in a friendly manner (make them love us and give us cookies)
Who We Are:
We’re a full-service creative agency with a strong sense of culture. In fact, our impassioned environment and the people who come here every day are the parts of us we’re most proud of. We value good people who work hard, grow always, support others, and continually become even better people.
We work in an industry that’s always changing. And we consider it our job to not only keep up, but define what it’ll look like tomorrow. We’re a team of creative thinkers who believe no great success ever came from playing it safe.*
*lab goggles required sometimes
People who hire redpepper want more than just an ad agency. They want to make sense of the world where marketing, technology, and human behavior collide. They want to connect to consumers in a relevant, engaging, valuable way that connects back to results. They want solutions, not just ads.
We offer a competitive salary, health, vision, and dental coverage and other highly competitive — dare we say unbeatable — benefits. Like unlimited paid vacation, for example. But it doesn’t stop there. We have an employee-directed 401K and offer an incredible culture and work experience, ongoing personal growth opportunities, profit sharing, and flexible hours.
Maybe you’re the type who likes to partake in some light social stalking pre-commitment. Here are some places we’ve said some smart-ish things or taken particularly decent selfies:
Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Medium
Still reading? We like you already. Send your resume to email@example.com. (Psst: Please put “UX/UI Designer” in your subject line. This may or may not be your first test.)