Director UI/UX Design

Organization
PerkinElmer, Inc.
Job Location
waltham, MA 02451
Job Description

Working as Director of UI/UX you will define interaction models, user task flows, and UI specifications. Communicate scenarios, end-to-end experiences, interaction models, and screen designs to stakeholders. Working closely with Product Marketing, Product Management and Engineering to deliver the designs.

Key Accountabilities:

  • Researching and sharing industry trends, competitors, and comparable experiences. Driving and documenting design standards and patterns across channels and products.
  • Help maintain a culture of high quality
  • This role will be responsible for enhancing the capabilities and competitiveness of the existing product line. He or she will ensure PerkinElmer Informatics products lead the industry with innovation, market-leading feature sets, and high quality.

Requirements
  • Bachelor’s degree.
  • 8+ years experience in User Interface Design
  • Proficient in CSS and HTML
  • Executing design work consistent with design and brand standards, analytics insight, customer feedback.
  • Proficient in key software packages such as Axure and Photoshop. Sound knowledge of web and mobile technologies.
  • Find ways to maximize the efficiency of workflow between development and design in an agile process
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills required
  • Excellent work ethic and desire to learn and take on new challenges
  • Ability to lead design work on major programs
  • Life Science experience a plus
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills required
  • Must have strong teamwork orientation and the ability to foster collaboration within and across teams
  • Excellent work ethic and strong sense of ownership of end result

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