UX Architect at Yahoo
Posted in General Business 30+ days ago.
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Location: SUNNYVALE, Texas
Millions of people visit the Yahoo homepage for news, sports, finance, email, and more.
About the Role:
This role is analytic and creative. The UX Architect must analyze and interpret customer behavior related to an interactive digital experience.
The User Experience Architect's job is to responsibly test the architecture of a digital site, taking it from concept to launch. Conceptualizing, designing and beta testing website interactions are key to this job description.
- Analyzing consumer usability
- Developing information architecture
- Creating an interaction design
- Building design interfaces
- Understanding how a site views across multiple digital devices is key.
- Be a creative problem solver
- Be an organized yet creative thinker with a good sense of the overall goal of a web site and then able to develop the road map to achieving it.
- Have computer programming experience that enables the role
- Be an excellent verbal and visual communicator
- At least 10 years of eCommerce experience
- MS Degree in CS or above
- 5+ Years in a UX role
- Demonstrated experience of conversion funnels
- 5+ years of hands on design experience
- Proficiency in writing code and design software
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