Offers “Amazon”

Expires soon Amazon

UX Designer II - AMZ4220

  • Internship
  • Santa Monica (Los Angeles)
  • Design/UX/UI

Job description


Entity: Amazon. com Services LLC, an Company
Title: UX Designer II
Worksite: Santa Monica, CA

Position Responsibilities:
Work closely with product owners, software developers, programmers and other designers to create innovative design solutions for software that impact millions of users. Perform end to end design of large-scale projects that focus on a user-cantered design approach. Assess and analyse current site and software data and user behaviour. Conceive and create designs that address both the primary user as well as business goals. Refine, maintain and enforce current design guidelines and strategies. Adeptly handle changing priorities throughout a product life cycle. Present design solutions to a wide variety of teams and departments. is an Equal Opportunity-Affirmative Action Employer – Minority / Female / Disability / Veteran / Gender Identity / Sexual Orientation #0000


Applicants must meet all of the above listed requirements for this position.

Ideal candidate profile


Position Requirements:

Bachelor’s degree or foreign equivalent in Computer Science, Graphic Design, Industrial Design, Digital Communications Design, Visual Arts, Mass Communications, Art, or a related field and one year of experience in the job offered, or as a User Experience Designer, Information Architect, or a related occupation. Employer will accept three years of experience in the job offered or a related occupation as equivalent to the Bachelor’s degree and one year of experience. Must have one year of experience in the following skill(s): creating software design solutions and scalable dynamic user interfaces for large-scale, multi-tiered platforms using web design principles and technologies, including Wireframe Applications, Photoshop, Axure, HTML or prototyping tools; collaborating with developers for implementation of designs; using Illustrator, Photoshop, or Fireworks; and rationalizing designs among cross-functional groups.