This is an amazing opportunity for a senior level lead UX designer to join this well-funded start-up, who are on a roll. This company is in growth mode, with funding secure they are ready to make a key hire, where you will join their team based in Takapuna, Auckland.
You will love the passion of a start-up, and are a completely autonomous, self-starter. It is paramount to this role that you have the right attitude. You will be excited at the opportunity and ready to jump in and see this SAAS based software launched.
Our client is looking for a strong lead to help establish the UX and design practice. This is a fantastic product ripe for research-informed refinement. You will also be working on a greenfields app, with a mobile app on the horizon. Our client’s mission is for their apps to be even more beautiful and leave their users with even better vibes.
You will be involved in every aspect of the product user experience, starting with researching the market and learning from competitors - to defining MVP’s, creating or collaborating on initial UI designs, gathering feedback from end users via analytics tools and user research groups. Using this feedback to keep the client one step ahead.
As they grow, this role will have other designers reporting into you – you will mentor and delegate designs tasks to. You will have a strong design background - you will initially be doing plenty of hands on design work. You will have input into the product strategy at the highest level of the business, including being invited to quarterly exec meetings, and ensuring the user’s voice is always present.
If you are a highly engaged, customer focussed UX / Product designer, with confident skills using Adobe CC, Sketch and Figma or Invision. HTML and CC a bonus – this is the perfect opportunity for you.
Send your CV and work to Hana Chadwick at The Creative Store, email Hana@thecreativestore.co.nz, or call The Creative Store on (09) 365 1077 for more details.
Had me choked up... Nice one.
Kia Ora Davey. I appreciate your lengthy discussion but the time has come to object to the fact you are putting words in my mouth, if you pardon the pun. You have gone to the trouble of linking me details ...
Hi John, so what you're saying is, in order to know what people's favourite ad's are, they asked the open-ended question "what is your favourite ad on TV at the moment?" and this is bad because someone else asked this ...
G’day David. Yes, I had a read prior and you would find the open ended methodology and sample size are exactly the same. Only different is this sample excludes 60+ years and use an outsourced panel. Personally I feel over ...
Well done John. Marketing is in a great pair of hands!!
Interesting that those articles cease at the end of 2018. You may want to check the articles below for relevant information, John: https://thinktv.co.nz/research/thinktv-top-10-tvcs/
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