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UX Designer (11941) - Apply Online (Westwood, CA)

Company Description: Prosum, Inc. is an IT Consulting and Staffing Company poised to continue the growth that led to us to being ranked as #163 on Inc. 500's Fastest Growing Private Companies Nationally and recognized as one of the Best Places to Work by the LA Business Journal. Prosum Staffing offers a robust training program to support your success and continued growth. This training is led by our experienced internal team of management and subject matter experts who are skilled and have proven success in the technology recruiting industry. Job Description: Job Description Collaborating with business, user experience and technology team members to design progressive solutions that benefit consumers and meet business objectives Interacting directly with client stakeholders to understand, analyze and clarify business goals and requirements 3 or more years of wireframe development using Visio. History of developing consumer-facing websites. Extremely skilled at capturing and translating of product requirements into wireframes. Work with the Product Manager to create interaction design documents detailing the user experience. Requirements Minimum of 4 years experience in designing and launching consumer-facing mobile and desktop apps or websites Knowledge of UX best practices, persona development and responsive design behaviors Knowledge of cross-browser JavaScript, DHTML and XHTML. Experience creating UI Demos using HTML, Flash, Silverlight, etc. Photoshop hackery. Excellent verbal and written communication skills Bachelors degree in Human-Computer Interaction, Graphic Design, Computer Science or a related field High attention to detail with strong organization and time management skills Refined customer service principles and practices Familiarity with HTML, JavaScript, CSS and content management systems Ability to manage multiple concurrent tasks Software proficiency: Balsamiq Mockups, Adobe InDesign, MS Office (PowerPoint, Word, Excel) Prosum is an EOE. Source:

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