Our Dallas-Fort Worth, TX client is seeking a Principal Experience Designer.  This is a design strategist, planner, and creator for User Experience who is about tackling human-centered, real-world design challenges.  Seeking someone with a passion for bringing great interaction design together with stunning visual design, a high degree of literacy in front-end coding all the way through front end development.

The User Experience Designers participate at all stages of a project including customer insights, product strategy, concepting, prototyping, detailed design, and front end development.  Must have a strong background in interaction design (including information architecture) and visual design skills (information design, typography, color, etc.).  You must also be a systems thinker who considers how your feature, interaction, and page designs work and will be maintained across brands, channels (Web/mobile), countries, and languages. You are comfortable working in a highly collaborative, Agile environment, and are willing to wear multiple UX hats (IA, design, front end code).

Create the end-to-end UX artifacts in support of product development. This includes:  user personae, scenarios, feature lists, user stories, user flows, wireframes/information designs, visual designs, HTML/CSS, light JavaScript, and any other supporting artifacts to describe the user experience is intended to work.
Think through features and designs fully, taking into account both ideal and non-ideal scenarios along with how designs will translate to other locales and brands.
Ensure that feature plans and designers are achievable, scalable, and maintainable over the long term.
Collaborate closely with the product management and development teams
Effectively communicate the intended functionality, flow, design patterns/styles, etc. to product managers, developers, architects, and other stakeholders both verbally and through the appropriate level of documentation

Strong visual and interaction design are paramount in this position.  A design portfolio of completed works is a must.
At least 5+ years of user interface design experience
Ability to understand customer needs, motivations and behaviors and translate them into actionable deliverables
Detail-oriented and highly developed organizational skills including the ability to prioritize tasks and meet deadlines
Must be a self-starter who will bring original ideas and fresh approaches to each project they work on.
Expert literacy in front end development (particularly around responsive design, designing and coding across multiple channels and browser types) is a must.
Experience writing HTML / CSS a must.  A strong literacy in JavaScript, advanced CSS, and an ability to work at the JSP/ASP level is highly desired. A willingness to develop expert skills in JavaScript, advanced CSS, and working at the JSP level is a must.
Highly proficiency with design and prototyping tools such as Keynote, Visio, Axure, Photoshop, Illustrator, etc
Ability to work to tight deadlines and in a rapid development environment.
Open to relocating candidates from outside of the DFW area.  We are both a Mac and Windows powered.

Please visit us on the web at www.frontlinesourcegroup.com


Equal Opportunity Employer, M/F/V/D.  Candidates must have authorization to work in the U.S.  Clients will not sponsor visas.

Frontline Source Group™ is one of the fastest growing Information Technology, Accounting, Legal, Human Resources, Administrative, and Clerical staffing and direct hire firms with offices throughout Texas (Arlington, Austin, Dallas, Fort Worth, Plano, Houston Galleria, Lewisville, West Houston, San Antonio, Sugar Land, and The Woodlands), Tennessee (Nashville and Brentwood), and Arizona (Phoenix and Scottsdale).

Frontline specializes in matching top talent with companies for direct, contract, and contract-to-hire placements.  We work with clients and candidates in all areas of the United States and Canada.

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