We are looking for a UX Designer (interaction) who is able to add value to our user experience, by translating requirements into appealing user interfaces that fit in and enrich our design system.
An important part of our development program at R&D is application software and controller software.
A suite of applications together forms a print workflow solution for professional printing companies.
The markets and users for these software applications are diverse; think of operators in large printing factories, but also owners of smaller print shops. To ensure added value for our customers and an optimal user experience across our portfolio, we defined the one software strategy, in which design plays an important role.
As an Interaction Designer at our client, you (together with your colleagues in the design department and stakeholders in the business and the software development teams) will help to find correct functional requirements and translate these into user interface designs. In doing this, the alignment within our portfolio is an important aspect. We create a design system to assure this alignment. Together with the other designers in the department, you will work on extending our design system in a consistent way.
Context of the position
The company is located in Venlo, but partners with all R&D sites worldwide. Our goal is to create one unified user experience for all solutions: hardware, software as well as services. The focus of the team is on: user profiling, interaction design, visual UX design, product design, prototyping, and design validation.
What can we offer?
We offer you a job in an open and creative environment within an international organization, where you work with other designers and developers on usability and interaction for products and devices. Your contribution is essential for building appealing user experience and you work on a variety of projects within product development.
We are looking for someone with the ability to familiarize quickly with the domain of professional printing. A team player, who takes initiative, is able to set priorities and is able to deal with uncertainty and complexity. He/she has strong communication skills and likes to work in cross-functional teams. Besides that, he/she has: