Senior UX Designer AmazonSupply and B2B

Employer
Location
Seattle
Posted
Jan 03, 2013
Closes
Feb 02, 2013
Contact
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Duration
Full Time
The AmazonSupply and Business-to-Business (B2B) team is seeking a Sr. UX Designer who wants to disrupt the way businesses purchase products.
Our team is focused on building solutions to enable B2B customers to research, discover and buy business, industrial and scientific products in large catalogs; across multiple devices, marketplaces and regions.
Our ideal Sr. UX Designer candidate will exhibit a strong passion for building top-notch web and mobile experiences, and a well-rounded set of design skills.
Specifically, you will:
- Participate in and contribute to the planning process for new features and projects
- Produce world-class design and present to engineers, managers, peer designers, and senior executives
- Refine your designs by considering live data, market research, and usability studies
- Develop and contribute to wireframes, mockups, and interactive prototypes
- Work with engineering and business teams to understand and respond to their design needs
- Co-develop a reusable, adaptable UX pattern library for use across Amazon.com and AmazonSupply.com

Create. Innovate. Engage.

- At least 5 years of experience as a UX designer, interaction designer, or similar role
- Bachelor's degree in design, human-computer interaction (HCI), or equivalent experience
- Proficiency with tools such as Illustrator, Photoshop, Fireworks and InDesign
- Skilled in visual, user-centric, and web design with expertise in design process and execution
- Relentless customer advocacy and ability to translate customer needs into scalable, effective UI design and a drive to simplify
- Strong knowledge of best practices, usability principles and techniques
- Ability to prototype in HTML, JavaScript, JQuery or equivalent, and CSS
- An online portfolio is required for application (personal projects okay.)

- B2B, Retail and e-Commerce design experience
- Demonstrated knowledge of HTML5, progressive enhancement, and responsive design principles



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