Information Architect with a Flare for Visual Design - B2B Platform
Are you a senior level UX design and usability expert (by senior, we are looking for 10+ years of experience), able to build things from the ground up? Do you like working with complex enterprise applications that solve real-world problems? Do you thrive when your work reaches thousands of active users a day? If so, we may have a place for you on our team!
This isn't just a job - it's an opportunity! We are looking for a talented user-experience and usability expert, who wants to be an integral part of our development team - and who plays a vital role in helping to expand and pioneer new functionality across multiple platforms including web, mobile, desktop, and IoT. We are looking for someone who understands how to craft simple yet powerful screens for the different types of users who live in, work in, or manage residential buildings. You must be able to get deep into the mindset of different users, understand what each user-type is likely to want to accomplish on each screen, and have a feel for how to best juggle the trade-offs between power and simplicity - and between beginners and power users. You must be the type of person who knows how to maximize workflow efficiencies between development and UX design.
If you're looking for an exceptional growth opportunity - and you're the kind of UX design person who wants to be a part of a company's growth and build from the ground up, including developing processes and building out your team - then BuildingLink.com is the place for you. If you haven't heard of BuildingLink already - or haven't run into our platform in all the best NYC residential buildings - here's a short intro: We are an exciting, 17-year-old B2B real estate software company. Energized, youthful, continuously growing, and innovative - we have changed the way that over 4,000 of the finest residential properties, their staff, and residents interact all day, every day.
Of course, the usual stuff - salary, benefits, near to transportation, other qualifications, equal-opportunity-employer, W2 regular employment vs. 1099 independent contractor - right now I wouldn't worry about it if I were you. It's all there, but first we need to answer if we fit together.
If you think you have the skills we are looking for, and are GREAT at it, and want to apply for this job:
SEND US / TELL US / SHOW US - WHATEVER YOU THINK WILL TELL YOUR STORY AND WILL ATTEMPT TO ANSWER IN OUR MINDS IF YOU UNDERSTAND AND HAVE THE SPECIFIC STRENGTHS WE ARE LOOKING FOR.
Pitch us on YOU! You can include cover note/statement, resume, links to sample works, photos, projects, recommendations, a statement of your design philosophy and examples - you figure it out! We'll look at whatever you send. Don't waste your time inundating us simply with a "quantity" of generic information - like listing 15 programming languages or design tools you are supposedly proficient in. It will backfire. Show us you understand how to be relevant.