Are you a UX Designer looking for an opportunity with an emerging software company, in one of the hottest spaces in the market?
You're passionate about the intersection of software engineering and design. Desire to work on a world-class Software-as-a-Service platform and have an outsized impact on the the platforms UX.
You love creating exceptional UX clarity. You're passionate about creating well thought out and designed software. You understand the importance of UI consistency and know that the first prototype often doesn't end up being the final design.
You've got the experience we need. Optimally you have 2 or more years of experience designing web based applications. Most of all you understand how modern web applications should work from a user perspective.
You care how software is used. You have a user-centric world view in your designs. You care how users interact with what you've created and are only satisified when they are.
You're a self-starter and a critical thinker. You're capable of taking on technical challenges big and small. Sometimes you'll be working solo on a project, as such; you can work with minimal guidance and seek the best solution.
We're RiskLens and we're changing the way Fortune-500 enterprises measure and manage their cyber security risk. We help organizations quantify their cyber security risk in dollars so it can be managed in business terms.
Our SaaS platform isn't your run-of-the-mill web app that lets you fill in a form and does nothing else and definitely not another glorified image sharing platform. The RiskLens platform uses Monte Carlo simulations, distributions, the Factor Analysis of Information Risk model and a few other interesting bits to answer real cybersecurity questions.
Our product and software engineering team is a highly collaborative team using agile practices to create world-class software. We're growing fast and leading the market for quantitative cyber security risk analysis.
What You'll Be Doing
RiskLens is a rapidly growing startup and you'll be part of our fast-moving engineering team responsible for building and maintaining out platform. Here are some of the things you'll be doing day-to-day:
- Having an outsized impact on the UX direction of the platform.
- Design new features and working directly with the head of product, product managers, and software engineers.
- Work to know the domain and iteratively translate that into information architecture, user flows, wireframes, mockups, and prototypes that lead to an intuitive user experience.
- Conduct user research, interviews, and surveys.
- Identify design problems and devise elegant solutions.
- Make strategic design and user experience decisions related to core and new functionality.
- Work collaboratively with the engineering team as well as other teams, but sometimes independently, on new features and improvements.
- Two or more years experience in UX design. Preference will be given to candidates who have experience designing enterprise web based applications.
- Extensive experience in using UX design best practices to design solutions, and a deep understanding of mobile-first and responsive design.
- A solid grasp of user-centered design (UCD), planning and conducting user research, user testing, A/B testing, rapid prototyping, heuristic analysis, usability and accessibility concerns.
- Ability to clearly and effectively communicate design processes, ideas, and solutions.
This position is full-time and based in downtown in Spokane, Washington. We offer competitive salaries and benefits, an unlimited vacation policy, a high-energy environment, and lots of room for personal and professional growth.
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We ask a couple questions to find out a bit more about you then a typical cover letter might touch on. Here's some tips:
- Be who you are, let your experience and code speak for itself.
- Relax, be creative, but do answer them all.
Once we receive your completed application, we will review it and confirm receipt. Qualified canidates will be contacted directly regarding interviews. Please, no phone calls.