User Experience Designer (UXD)
Collaborate with USPTO user interface designers to gather requirements and design the system behavior and user experience for various USPTO systems. Elicit requirements from project specific subject matter experts and Product Owners. Create wireframes and high fidelity mockups of user interfaces for the various system. Work with the development team to understand technical constraints and to communicate the desired functionality for the particular system. Work location is Fairfax (12601) with periodic meetings at USPTO headquarters in Alexandria.
Your future duties and responsibilities
Analyze the current or legacy systems to understand its functionality and gather requirements.
Work with specified project subject matter experts and Product Owners to elicit requirements and vet potential designs.
Document scenarios, workflows, user descriptions and UX requirements.
Create HTML wireframes and Axure mockups to develop and communicate designs for the specified system.
Apply the USPTO design pattern library while designing user interfaces, propose pattern library updates as necessary.
Review designs with the development team to understand technical constraints, adjust as necessary.
Conduct usability testing with end users and Product Owners to test designs, create usability test reports.
Answer user interface design questions for the development team during UI development.
Assist Product Owners in testing developed code (support user acceptance testing).
Required qualifications to be successful in this role
5+ years experience in user experience design, including user research activities (facilitating focus groups, gathering requirements, developing personas, scenarios and detailed use cases), and developing interactive designs / mockups / wireframes. Experience in responsive design / designing for different viewports (desktop / tablet / mobile). Designing accessible user interfaces.
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· User Interface Analysis / CU
· User Interface Design
· UX requirements
· UX Strategy