|Job Type:||Full Time|
Job Title: Senior User UX Interface Designer
Location: Dublin, Ireland
NortonLifeLock is a global leader in cybersecurity for over 25 years. Every day, more than 50 million people and families in over 60 countries around the globe rely on us to help protect their personal information, devices, home networks, and identities both at home and on-the-go. We are searching for smart, creative, and driven individuals in Dublin, Ireland, to join our team to focus on building new products that help consumers embrace the new technologies they increasingly rely on without fear of cybersecurity, identity, and privacy risks.
As part of this team you will work in small, cross-functional teams of engineers, UX designers, and product owners. You will focus on discovering new customer solution needs by testing the demand, usability, value, and feasibility of new ideas, as well as delivering a robust and scalable implementation of the best ideas that our customers can depend on.
In your role as UX Designer you will explore totally new ideas, exploring how to develop these into meaningful, relevant products, and designing intuitive, clean flows and user interfaces that result in user delight.
- Discover opportunities worth pursuing through rapid experimentation using prototypes, A/B testing, user story mapping, design sprints, and other product discovery techniques
- Work tightly with Dev teams and Product Managers to ensure requirements and UI asset production timetables are met, while ensuring best-in-class UX and design.
- Be a team player who injects excitement into the team through your passion and exquisite work.
This role requires a self-starter who enjoys working in a collaborative environment that emphasizes working in small cross-functional teams with UX and engineering teammates as one unit on a mission to make the world a better place.
- An impressive portfolio showcasing market-leading user experience and visual design work.
- At least 25% of prior experience focused on Mobile app design.
- Sketch, Zeplin, Invision, Photoshop, Illustrator, etc. You know your tools without even having to think about them.
- Minimum 4-6 years doing UX work developing flows and wireframes, solving complex experiences, and making them intuitive to the user. If you can’t show us impressive UX flows that you designed, do not apply.
- Strong experience working from flows and wireframes through to final product.
- Experience working in Agile development environment a huge plus (our Dev teams are Agile)
- Rapid Prototyping experience a plus
- Not afraid to do fast usability testing and act rapidly on the information, iterating towards the optimal experience.
- An uncompromising desire for perfection is a requirement.
- An unbridled passion for clean and elegant solutions an absolute must – cluttered UIs make you uncomfortable.
- Exceptional familiarity with industry design language and standards and design protocols.
- You can develop a strong empathy for the end user – You know the pain points before they do.
- You love nothing more than to create designs and experiences that delight customers.
NortonLifeLock is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive and accessible environment for all employees. All employment decisions are based on merit, experience, and business needs, without regard to race, color, national origin, age, religion, sex, pregnancy (including childbirth or related medical conditions), genetic information, disability (physical or mental), medical condition, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression, military or veteran status, or any other consideration made unlawful by federal, state, or local law. NortonLifeLock strictly prohibits unlawful discrimination based on such protected characteristics and seeks to recruit the most talented candidates from diverse cultures and backgrounds.
We also consider for employment qualified individuals with arrest and conviction records. In addition, NortonLifeLock will not discharge or in any other manner discriminate against employees or applicants because they have inquired about, discussed, or disclosed their own pay or the pay of another employee or applicant. Learn more about pay transparency.