This growing organisation craft premium SaaS products on a global scale and are seeking a UX Design Lead to ensure best practice, standards and consistency are delivered across all their product channels.
To be successful in this role you will be user focused, an evangelist of Human Centred Design, Lean UX Methodology and proven experience leading collaboration across multiple teams. Whilst this role has no direct reports you’re responsible for coordinating with other design leads to produce cohesive digital apps that interlink across the platform and maximise customer experience
Strong UX research and design experience within the product space (SaaS)
Experienced as a primary lead and advocate of Lean UX best practice and Human Centred Design
Proven ability to champion best practice and encourage others to express their designs
Ability to lead designers and cultivate innovation and creativity leading to sleek and highly functional solutions
Deliver sustainable and reusable design
Deep understanding of complex systems and ability to define interaction flows
A key figure head across various teams and stakeholders to drive the design strategy and roadmaps
Ability to deliver constructive feedback to their peers
Tertiary preferred (Diploma/Degree within technology / design or equivalent)
Ability to work with urgency in a fast paced and demanding environment
Self-assured and confident in themselves and their ability to guide other practitioners
Takes full responsibility for their role, contribution, decisions and the overall customer experience
Sociable - great relationship management skills
Let Hayden Baker & The Pond Agents help you realise your market value and future career potential.
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It'd be interesting to see if TVNZ's $17m loss wasn't written off.
TVNZ isnt the main issue. TV3's real competition is Google & Facebook who are hoovering up all the media spend and having the added advantage of having a tax free existence.
Or a case of the competition having a blank cheque with tax payers money
Clown's looking for something client-side
It could be suggested that this is better written comedy than anything on TV3, but it's actually just a tragic tale about leadership incompetence.
The clown looks like he could nail a few scripts and concepts to... a team maybe?
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