IBM Watson Health is the premier company empowering population health analytics. We provide care teams with proven technology to deliver timely actionable insight to provide coordinated care to their patients. The Software as a Service (SaaS)-based solution uses advanced data management technology, data sciences and predictive algorithms to identify opportunities for care improvement.The User Experience (UX) Product Designer will have an established portfolio combining strong interaction and interface design skills.This Product Designer will be comfortable putting together an interactive HTML prototypes, but can also simply sketch ideas for flows and layouts on a whiteboard. The Product Designer will also have the ability to produce a user interface (UI) element in Photoshop, with a clear understanding of what makes an engaging, user-friendly product with simple interactions and on-brand messages.Essential Functions:
Assist members of the product team to define and implement features for outstanding user experience.
Work closely with software developers to constantly improve or resolve usability issues across our line of products
Participate in all steps of the design process from conceptualization, user research, visual design, and interaction design, through implementation and usability review.
Develop detailed storyboards, interaction workflows, wireframes, and mockups to effectively communicate interaction and design ideas.
Articulate the strategy behind your work and why you’ve made certain design decisions.
Develop overall concepts for new product features, and contribute to leading the way towards a consistent and unified user experience throughout our growing product portfolio.
Create designs and UI details which improve the overall user experience of our applications
Candidate will have:
Experience with - and a passion for - designing web applications, including workflows, UI and interactions
Motivation and ability to comprehend and translate complex processes into user-friendly workflows
Ability to work independently as well as part of a team, where an iterative design process is key to how we work
Knowledge of current web design trends and a refined approach to consistency, color use, typography and details
Experience working at the intersection of design, technology, and big data
IBM Watson Health understands that design is about sophisticated problem solving and not just visual aesthetics. Be prepared to show how you’ve used research and interaction design techniques and artifacts (e.g., wireframes, experience maps, etc.) to support thinking, design, and collaboration on complex projects, and how your work has supported interdisciplinary teams. Your portfolio should demonstrate your ability to design visually appealing solutions to problems and apply user-centered design principles and practices.