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User Experience at AlBorg Diagnostics

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Job Overview

  • Date Posted
    February 29, 2024
  • Location
  • Expiration date
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  • Industry
    UI/UX
  • Qualification
    Professional Certificate, Bachelor Degree (B.Sc.)
  • Career Level
    Junior, Mid, Senior

Job Description

At Al Borg Diagnostics, we value innovation and strive to provide our customers with the best possible experience. If you are a creative thinker with a strong understanding of user-centered design principles and a passion for creating intuitive and engaging experiences, we would love to hear from you.

Responsibilities:
Conduct user research and gather insights to identify user needs and preferences.
Create user journey maps and personas to inform the design process.
Collaborate with cross-functional teams to define user requirements and translate them into wireframes, mockups, and prototypes.
Iterate and refine designs based on user feedback and usability testing.
Design and implement intuitive and aesthetically pleasing user interfaces for our digital platforms.
Ensure consistency in design and user experience across different digital touchpoints.
Stay up-to-date with industry trends and best practices in UX design and incorporate them into our design processes.
Requirements

Bachelor’s degree in User Experience Design, Human-Computer Interaction, or a related field.
Proven experience in UX design, preferably in a digital product or service environment.
Strong understanding of user-centered design principles and methodologies.
Proficiency in design tools such as Adobe XD, Sketch, or Figma.
Experience conducting user research, usability testing, and gathering insights.
Knowledge of information architecture and interaction design principles.
Excellent communication and collaboration skills to work effectively in cross-functional teams.
Strong attention to detail and ability to prioritize tasks in a fast-paced environment.
Passion for creating exceptional user experiences and solving complex design problems.