Senior Product Designer

New York, New York • $115,000-$120,000

About the Company: 

Our client is a global media and technology company building out its US product department and is seeking a Senior Product Designer to join its team.

 

Responsibilities: 

  • Collaborate closely with the Senior Product Manager to develop the vision for products focused on customer acquisition, engagement, retention, conversion, and betting education
  • Align and prioritize requirements and deliverables with the product roadmap in accordance with the customer’s needs, ROI and overall business goals
  • Work closely with our Customer Insights team to develop intuitive, usable, and engaging experiences, interactions, and visual designs
  • Collaborate with cross-functional teams throughout the UX design process
  • Work closely with product, engineering, and design resources to develop viable and desirable solutions while incorporating customer feedback through multiple iterations of your products
  • Clearly communicate walk-throughs of detailed mock-ups, user flows, and prototypes; accept feedback, answer questions, and engage in healthy debate with stakeholders
  • Participate in the development process from definition, through design, build, test, release, and maintenance
  • You are continuously looking to better understand your customers and find opportunities to serve them through qualitative and quantitative insights
  • Stay abreast of UX trends and look for creative ideas and inspiration in the ever-growing online betting landscape

 

Responsibilities: 

  • A Bachelor’s Degree or higher
  • Experience in prototyping with Figma, InvisionApp for user testing
  • Experience conducting user research with tools such as UserTesting.com
  • A demonstrable track record of designing successful digital experiences
  • Strong UX/UI design skills, with a good understanding of intuitive layouts demonstrated through a varied and relevant portfolio

 

 

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