Our client is based in Eden Terrace, Auckland and is a growing technology company that provides a suite of interlocking software modules, which can be modified and configured to create unique industry specific data management systems for their clients - currently servicing the theatre and venue sectors.
Due to growth they are looking for a Senior UX Designer who will join the team working on software product design for their two products. The products are end to end solution, collecting, collating and locating all business data in the same place. This allows users to manage business processes, finance, organisation & content management, customer relationships, inventory, media and more, all from the same platform.
This is a senior role, which will involve working within a digital squad of product owners, developers, and testers to build and maintain engaging and innovative solutions. You will get to contribute to the design and feel of the platform, therefore you must be the type who loves walking in the customer shoes to ensure design thinking is applied and you have your audience in mind at each step.
You bring similar experience and knowledge having worked on digital products previously and are keen for continuous learning and development. This business encourages you to share your thoughts and ideas.
On offer are flexible hours a funky office and a manager who will leave you to get the job done, the way you want to do it!
Using Adobe CC, Sketch, Invision or Figma required.
If you are looking for a progressive company, where you can work on software solutions, this is the perfect opportunity for you.
Send your CV and work to Hana Chadwick at The Creative Store, email email@example.com or call The Creative Store on (09) 365 1077 for further information.
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