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Lead UI/UX Developer

American Institutes for Research
Rockville, MD
Closing date
Nov 27, 2022

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Technology and Software
Full Time
Lead UI/UX Developer for American Institutes for Research will report to our Rockville, MD regional office and may telecommute from the Rockville, MD metro area. Collaborate with other designers, technical project managers, software engineers, & client project teams to understand & incorporate technical, business, & user requirements into usable designs for web & mobile. Work within project parameters: client goals & requirements, internal goals, usability, technical constraints, within budget & schedule. Cultivate an understanding of industry trends and share your insights with the whole team. Manage multiple projects & ensure that all designs are interpreted & implemented as specified & meet all business requirements. Create innovative & appealing designs on a rapid & iterative basis, through sketches, storyboards, user task flows, wireframes, prototypes, & the production of final assets for specific features & projects. Support all aspects of design and production with focus specifically on UI design. Lead UX collaboration including visual design, interaction design, information architecture, & user research. Create click-through prototypes with HTML, CSS, & JavaScript. Distill complex specs into clear design solutions & rationalize strategic thinking among stakeholders. May undergo background checks. Little domestic travel may be involved. Must have Bachelor's degree in visual design, computer science, or related field and 5 years' experience in designing user-facing features with data visualization components. Also, requires skill (5 yrs exp) in: developing UI for web and mobile platforms, HTML, CSS, JavaScript, wireframe tools, information architecture, and Adobe Creative Suite. Apply with complete application at; ref. Job 12484. EOE.

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