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UX Designer Lead

k-id.com

k-id.com

Design
United States
Posted on Friday, July 5, 2024

k-ID is a trailblazing tech startup, specializing in providing advanced, privacy-centric tools designed to protect and empower kids and teens online. We have secured pivotal partnerships with key industry leaders in the gaming industry and are venture-backed by leading global VCs. We are poised for unprecedented growth and expansion in the coming year.

We are looking for a highly skilled and experienced Lead UX Designer to lead our UX design team. The ideal candidate will have a strong background in user-centered design, a deep understanding of the gaming industry, and the ability to drive the creation of exceptional user experiences. This role requires a visionary leader who can inspire and mentor a team, while also contributing hands-on to the design process.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Lead, mentor, and inspire a team of UX designers, fostering a collaborative and innovative work environment
  • Conduct and oversee user research initiatives to understand user behaviors, needs, and pain points. Translate these insights into actionable design strategies
  • Develop and implement comprehensive UX strategies that enhance user engagement and satisfaction, aligning with the overall vision and goals of our games
  • Create and oversee the production of wireframes, prototypes, and high-fidelity designs, ensuring a seamless and intuitive user experience
  • Work closely with engineers, product managers, and other stakeholders to integrate UX design seamlessly into the development process
  • Plan and conduct usability testing sessions, analyze results, and iterate on designs to continually improve the user experience
  • Maintain comprehensive documentation of design processes, user research findings, and design decisions