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Creative Lead- UX/ UI

Why This Job Is Important

As a Creative Lead, you’ll be responsible for developing the vision and execution of digital experiences that serve users while working closely with cross-discipline teams. You will partner with internal teams to guide clients and cultivate strategic relationships with key stakeholders. You’ll be the one who usually asks the questions; what should we do and why. You’re a researcher, a maker, a tinkerer, and a visual storyteller. Most importantly, you’re a leader and a strong believer in what you do.


About You

You have both a strong UX and visual design point-of-view with the ability to demonstrate it clearly through mood boards, wireframes, concept sketches, presentation decks, design layouts and prototypes.

You have experience and excel at designing for a variety of mediums including but not limited to digital products, responsive websites, mobile applications, and marketing campaigns.

You can oversee the quality of creative output and advocate for our high standards and taste core value, by not only creating great work but knowing why it’s great.

You are eager to think like a strategist, look at the whole business problem and all the potential solutions, and stretch beyond design and copy.

You can contribute to the Creative Practice Area’s methods and processes.

You’re a believer in agile execution and love human-centered design practices.

You can mentor and empower writers and designers.

You collaboratively lead and guide teams to understand what good looks like and to move the work from good to great.

You have a positive outlook and the ability to find the opportunity in every project to make it great.

You demonstrate ownership on all projects and follow through on all phases of production.

What You Are Good At

You are proficient in modern writing, design and prototyping tools, such as Sketch, InVision App, Keynote, Google Docs, Framer, Principle, etc.

You can make the complex simple.

You can clearly articulate and share your vision.

You are a fearless explorer that isn’t afraid to try new approaches and tools.

You can source, manage and provide feedback to key creative contributors including designers, writers, editors, photographers, production partners, etc.

What You Have Done

You have 8+ years of creating and leading digital experiences while working in cross-discipline teams with developers, strategists, marketers, and product owners.

You have a portfolio that shows expert skill in concepting, creating and leading experiences for a variety of clients and mediums including digital products, responsive websites, and mobile applications.

You have relevant education in topics such as journalism, human-computer interaction, technical writing, advertising, graphic design, or UX.

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