Healthcare is changing–quickly–and the role of design in healthcare is becoming more powerful. At Noteworth, we tackle problems like modernizing old technology, streamlining inefficient processes, and using data (and design) to improve how patients and physicians approach healthcare. The real question is what can you, as a designer, do about it?
We’re looking for a UX Designer to help us make complex digital user experience problems simpler. This person will focus on turning human-centered research insights into interaction design concepts through sketching and prototyping.
This role will be inherently cross-functional, working with the Engineering, Product Management, Professional Services and Marketing teams to deliver the best user experience across all of our products, particularly the mobile apps and desktop components to Noteworth.
Translate broad concepts into wireframes and mockups that lead to intuitive well-crafted experiences
Possess expertise and experience producing UX enhancement plans — including competitive analysis, persona development, user journeys, concept modeling, wire framing, and navigation strategy
Design and deliver wireframes, user stories, user journeys, and mockups optimized for a wide range of devices and interfaces
Identify design problems and devise elegant solutions
Make strategic design and UX decisions related to core (and new) functions and features
Take a user-centered design approach and rapidly test and iterate your designs
Collaborate with visual designers and developers, to define user-centric product experience
Take smart risks and champion new ideas
Experience shipping software for both desktop and mobile using best practices to create and design solutions
A solid grasp of user-centered design and testing methodologies, subsystems, and usability and accessibility concerns.
Ability to clearly and effectively communicate design processes, ideas, and solutions.
Ability to work well with ambiguity or when requirements are still in flux.
Be open to receiving feedback and constructive criticism.
Be passionate about all things UX and other areas of design and innovation. Research and showcase knowledge in the industry's latest trends and technologies.