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We're looking for UX Designer
, working in Telecommunications
industry in Denver, Colorado, United States
- Collaborate and ideate inclusive solutions and create contextual accessibility.
- Collaborate with UX Research to successfully incorporate findings from inclusive user testing and/or usability studies into UI/UX patterns, bug reports, and product launches.
- Review designs, mockups, and prototypes throughout the product development cycle to increase quality and accessibility compliance.
- Define and deliver high-level accessibility specs and annotations.
- Leverage industry standards, such as Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG), create inclusive UI/UX components and patterns.
- Close knowledge gaps and increase technical expertise within UX research and design teams.
- Collaborate with Product Owners and Engineering to address accessibility gaps.
- Mentor UX designers and empower design teams to build inclusive end-to-end user experiences.
Our client provides agile consulting and staffing. Helping organizations fulfill their most important initiatives and opportunities. For 30 years. From coast-to-coast.
Developing long-term relationships. Successfully retaining clients and placing consultants through multiple engagements.
Providing you with the support, care, and attention you deserve. With advocates available 24x7 to help you with questions and concerns. This personal care together with great work has resulted in a 4.4 Glassdoor rating.
Join the most talented professionals in the industry working on strategic and world-class programs.
Experience Required for Your Success
- Bachelor's Degree
- 8+ years of professional experience in user experience and digital design
- Experience in the inclusive design or accessibility space (Web Content Accessibility Guidelines) or with design language systems
- Proficiency in designing across multiple platforms (iOS, Android, Desktop, Mobile Web)
- Understanding of how different assistive technologies (like screen readers or speech recognition software) behave, and how users of assistive technology may be impacted by different design choices
- Ability to translate technical accessibility guidelines into practical UX solutions
- Ability to deal with ambiguous environments, including adapting to new challenges, scenarios, and working styles
- Ability to understand, give feedback, and resolve product issues related to accessibility and willingness to utilize project management tools (e.g. Jira)
- Amazing communication skills
What Do You Think?
Does your experience reflect what it takes to be successful in this role? Do the work and challenges get you excited about what's possible?