We're looking for a Sr. Product Designer to join our talented team. Does the thought of creating the next generation products for The Weather Channel's 100 million users get you excited? Do you think weather is so much more than just a conversation starter? Do you have the curiosity of a scientist and the passion of an artist, and are you a powerhouse thinker, a craftsman, a delight to work with?
If this sounds like you, then read on!
As a Sr. Product Designer, you'll be involved in every aspect of the product creation process, from brainstorming the next great innovation to tweaking pixels before launch (and beyond). You'll utilize your full unicorn range of ux design, interaction design, and visual design skills, and you'll own the user experience for an area of our products across responsive web and native apps.
At TWC we use science, data and user-driven insights to guide our work, but we also believe in a healthy dose of inspired storytelling as we strive to transform the landscape of weather products.
Your day-to-day is never the same: Fast paced, often fun and never boring.
What you'll do:
Strategy & Discovery
Oversee the full user experience from inception to launch
Contribute to strategic decisions
Come up with bold and smart product ideas
Turn ideas into experiences that are feasible, useful and delightful
Actively participate in discovery activities to help define products and features
Lead ideation workshops, design studios and help with requirement gathering
Develop and present proof of concepts to stakeholders
Execute high / low fidelity wireframes and user flows and understand experience implications of different platforms (responsive web, native apps)
Sketch and prototype to quickly iterate on ideas
Work with research and product managers on user testing and prototypes
Design visually arresting interfaces that push past the obvious and delight our fans around the globe
Champion TWC brand and work with other designers to own, uphold and document design standards
Design with an understanding of the latest front end technologies - Ideally know some coding for prototyping
Lead design teams through major redesign projects or incremental product improvements.
Prioritize work effectively weighing business and user needs while assessing impact of decisions on experience.
A little about us:
IBM is the world’s largest information technology company with more than 360,000 employees serving clients in 170 countries.