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Principal User Experience Designer Lead

  • Location

    Pleasanton, United States

  • Sector:

    Creative

  • Job type:

    Contract

  • Contact:

    Leric Arcigal

  • Job ref:

    19529

  • Published:

    over 1 year ago

  • Expiry date:

    2020-04-17

Are you interested in designing for an end-to-end healthcare delivery system? UX at Kaiser Permanente means you will be responsible for prospect and member (currently over 10.5 million) experiences. You will help design web and mobile apps that allow our members to manage their health online; from scheduling appointments to messaging or video chatting with their doctor; managing prescriptions; understanding paying complex health bills; and tracking their health. Not only that, in the future you may even be able to work on the apps and screens that are used in our doctor offices and hospital lobbies. The Principal UX Design Lead will own the overall UX strategy, architecture and framework for all our web and mobile products. Responsibilities: - Be responsible for and champion the overall experience and architecture across all channels and devices - Facilitate workshops for journey mapping, brainstorming, vision sessions, and requirements gathering - Drive innovative solutions within platform constraints and technical limitations - User experience planning and development - Create deliverables such as site maps, journey maps, models, user flows, wireframes/designs, and prototypes - Research and explore how emerging technology, design, behavioral, and health care trends can best be applied to KPs member experience Requirements: - Minimum of 5 years of UX/UI architecture experience - Minimum of 2 years of enterprise UX - Demonstrable ability to understand complex business and technical requirements - Experience in web and mobile (iOS and Android) applications - Excellent communication and presentation skills. - Proficiency in Creative Suites, Sketch, and InVision - Education Requirement: High School diploma/GED? (No Value)