IBM Lead Designers - IBM Studios | Dublin in MULHUDDART, Ireland

At IBM Design, we think with our hands. We build every experience using our framework, IBM Design Thinking—with empathy, insight and thousands of Post-it® Notes. IBM Design’s mission is to build first in class, modern internet applications for business facing enterprise products in market areas such Social, Business Analytics, Mobile, Cloud, Security & Cognitive Computing. If you are passionate about solving critical and complex problems, read on….IBM Studios is seeking Lead Designers to join their new Dublin studio, located at their 100 acre Technology Campus in Dublin. We have opportunities for Senior Designers who have digital design experience within a software development environment. Successful candidates will have an eye for clean, intuitive design, be driven to create the best experience for our users and thrive as part of a cross-functional team in a highly collaborative environment. Working alongside developers and product managers, they will lead other designers on their teams to innovate and create beautiful products.Requirements:•BSc or MSc in a design related discipline, or equivalent industry experience•5+ years experience working as a UI/UX Designer or Front End Developer within Design, in a Software Development environment•Good understanding of Web 2.0 Programming (HTML, CSS, Javascript etc)•Candidates with 2+ years team leadership experience•Ability to work as part of a geographically dispersed team•Ability to work independently and with a group of peers•Strong oral and written communication skills•Strong presentation skills•All candidates must provide a portfolio along with their application (Online or PDF).Portfolio tips•Portfolios should tell stories, we want to be engaged and keep reading•How you present your portfolio is key –treat it like a project and ensure that the reviewers experience is considered in the design of your portfolio•Clearly communicate your design process – how did you arrive at your solution?•We want to understand the problem solving - did your project address a real human need?

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