Thomas J. Watson said it best: "Good design is good business." Visualization is critical to discovering data-driven insights a...
Thomas J. Watson said it best: "Good design is good business." Visualization is critical to discovering data-driven insights and effectively communicating that knowledge to others. Designers at IBM work to create experiences that work together, work the same, and work for our clients. Does the thought of creating the platform at the heart of solutions like Watson, Blockchain, IoT, and Security excite you? If so, read on!
Your Role and Responsibilities
Does the thought of creating product experiences at the heart of enterprise developers work streams excite you? Do you love helping others around you grow, thrive on building cross-functional teams with Offering Managers and Developers, live to ship beautiful and functional products and strive to create a great place to work?
Project Team mission statement:
We've structured our teams to have one Design Team Lead responsible for a strategic part of our user experience, working with an integrated squad of designers, offering managers and developers. You might expect your overall breakdown of life to look something like this:
* 40% Project Strategy & Coordination
* 30% Design (Product, Storytelling, & Presentations)
* 20% Mentoring & Critique
* 10% Project Management
Required Technical and Professional Expertise
* Advanced Interaction Design skills and Human-Centered design methods in practice that meet user needs and business goals
* Actively engaged in the UX community and in tune with the latest developments in the industry
* Minimum of 5-7 years of user experience design for multi-platform web applications
* Minimum of 2 years of user experience in mobile applications
* Minimum of 3-4 years of experience leading and managing a design team, while collaborating with both engineering and product teams
* Ability to define product requirements based on user and stakeholder research
Preferred Technical and Professional Expertise
▪ Masters in User Experience Design, Human Computer Interaction, Human Factors, Experimental Psychology, Cognitive Science or related discipline