As a UX/UI designer, you’ll be responsible for designing software, websites or applications that are user-friendly and whose interfaces are as easy to follow as possible, while also respecting technical constraints and meeting user expectations.
- Propose designs and advise clients: You come up with concepts for an end product that meets the client’s needs, discuss the ideas with the client and agree upon a solution. You determine the technical aspects for projects and applications, and make sure you are prepared for future technological changes. You analyse the client’s functional needs and their existing software architecture.
- Monitor and test designs: You develop and carry out studies and tests with users, such as interviews, observations, etc. You act as a consultant to clients during projects and the pre-sale process, and you permanently monitor their software.
- Design and manage solutions: You create mock-ups of graphic interfaces and interactive web and mobile prototypes. You create user-experience maps for systems or solutions and advise software development teams. You inform your colleagues and the clients about any user issues or technical constraints.
- University degree or equivalent in computer science;
- Proficient user of mock-up and prototype software (Adobe XD, Figma, and/or others); and
- Good knowledge of UX methods, such as user interviews, user story mapping, personas and user journeys.
- Good analytical and communication skills, be able to run needs-assessment workshops; and
- Good written communication skills.
- Good listener with strong analytical and observational skills;
- Good team player;
- Independent, creative and able to adapt quickly to new projects and clients.