• UX Visual Designer

    Job Locations US-TX-Irving
    Posted Date 3 weeks ago(4/2/2018 4:42 PM)
    ID
    2018-38705
    Category
    Digital
  • Overview

    Apply a branded look-and-feel and polish the details to make the user experience feel just right. Contribute to multiple, concurrent design projects as a member of a collaborative, multidisciplinary, user experience research and design practice.

     

    Responsibilities

    • Craft the soul of 7-Eleven digital products by defining their look and feel, producing mood boards, style tiles, hi-fi mockups, interactive prototypes, and other Visual Design artifacts and deliverables.
    • Contribute to a comprehensive design system / visual and typographic style guide for 7-Eleven Digital Help digital product teams go broad by leading rapid ideation sessions and producing many, divergent solution ideas.
    • Analyze product visual designs in context of the broader, end-to-end customer service design.
    • Lead design critique sessions while coaching others in the art of thoughtful design critique.
    • Increase the level of conscious competency in Visual Design and related skills throughout the enterprise by educating, evangelizing, training, coaching, and mentoring others.

     

    Qualifications

    • Education: Bachelors/4 Yr Degree (optional) UX Design or related Experience: 3, Visual Design, Human-Computer Interaction Design, Color Theory, Typography, UI prototyping, Digital product UX design, Service Design.
    • Visualization: apply deep expertise in layout, typography, photography, iconography, color theory, composition, etc. using modern UX design tools such as: Sketch, UXPin, Adobe Creative Cloud, etc..
    • Delighting End-Users: expert at translating design concepts into high quality visual designs that are effective, easy-touse, and elicit the desired emotional response from customers.
    • Cohesion: can provide continuity in the overall customer experience; be a champion for consistency in the application of visual design standards.
    • Thought Leadership: can act as a primary resource for up-to-date Visual Design knowledge and industry trends.
    • Fully-brained: balance creative intuition and tasteful artistic sensibilities (right-brained) with rigorous analysis and thoughtful design rationale (left-brained).
    • Internal Posting Dates 4/2-4/13

     

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