Position: UX Designer
Experience: 4+ Years
Package: Best in the Industry
We’re building the world’s most advanced and comprehensive SaaS suite for the Logistics and Supply chain industry. At the forefront of technology and design innovation, Fareye Design Team creates, and ships digital experiences that influence millions every day.
Some Design Challenges we face everyday:
- Extremely Diverse Set of Users: Fareye is used in over a 20+ countries, across 6 continents. A good bulk of our users come from emerging markets where Fareye is their first introduction to a smartphone.
- Configurable Platform Design:Under the hood, the Fareye platform is driven by an industry-leading BPM engine, in simple words, this enables companies to use fareye in tens of ways.
- Cross-platform design:We are not limited to a mobile app or a web client.
- Lead the vision for your product area alongside your product and engineering counterparts.
- Ideate with various teams and design information architecture, multi-step and cross-platform flows. Rapidly translate these flows into testable prototypes for validation.
- Facilitate Design Sprints, whiteboarding sessions, card sorting exercises for cross-team collaboration, and act as a UX Team of One, when required.
- Share your work early and often, and actively seek out constructive feedback from peers and various team involved.
- Getting your hands dirty by jumping into user research for both discovery and regularly testing your prototypes.
- Maintain and suggests evolutions of our Design Principles and existing style guides with a holistic consideration for the platform's future.
- Demonstrate and articulate a strong understanding of information architecture, multi-step and cross-platform flows.
- Demonstrate and articulate an understanding of layout, typography and visual hierarchy.
- Past work showcasing the use of Design Principles and existing visual frameworks creatively to produce designs with consistent consideration to the holistic user experience, potential states (errors, successes, dead-ends) and product overlaps.