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UX/UI Designer

Date:  Jan 14, 2022
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Location: 

Milan (MI), Italy (EU), IT

WHO WE ARE

We are a highly diverse group of over 80,000 individuals in 150 countries, we are united as one enthusiastic community of dedicated, fun and passionate people. We have always been committed to making the best glasses possible to enable people to enjoy the beauty of life in all its forms.

A unique brand portfolio that includes proprietary brands such as Ray-Ban, Oakley, Vogue Eyewear, Persol, Oliver Peoples, and prestigious licensed brands such as Giorgio Armani, Burberry, Bulgari, Chanel, Valentino and Versace is among Luxottica’s core strengths.

 

JOB SCOPE AND MAIN RESPONSIBILITIES:

The successful candidate, together with the UX Design Supervisor, will own the UI/UX design process for University Platform and Interactive Courses: form requirements analysis, through navigation path definition, to interface design execution; as well as the creation of the documentation needed for the development. He/She will take care of the projects with a continuous improvement approach, iterating over analysis – design – test loops.

We are looking for a candidate with a problem solving and creative mindset: a designer who understands customers and internal stakeholder requirements in order to convert them into beautiful and highly usable interfaces.  In order to achieve this goal, the UI/UX Designer will collaborate with internal teams and with external vendors as well, being an effective facilitator between all of them. Strong knowledge of usability rules, information architecture, graphic and interaction design are required as well as Figma, Invision, and Zeplin (or other wireframing, prototyping and annotation tools)

 

AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITIES AND RELATED ACTIVITIES:

  • UX Strategy
    • Define concept idea and user journey from the initial touchpoint through the final purchase
    • Consistency check of design decisions under the brand guidelines
  • UI Design
    • Translating conceptual ideas into compelling experiences, leading the definition of visual design throughout the product lifecycle
    • Hands-on, designing interfaces and dynamic prototypes, and turning usability findings into design improvements.
  • UX Research
    • Using user insight, analysis, and benchmarks to guide design decisions, heuristics and competitive analysis.
    • Ability to interpret data to provide redesign recommendations
  • Design Ops
    • Ensures designs are completed on time and adhere to the established specifications and standards.
  • Presentation
    • Be able to show the how of a project and the why behind each decision, in order to justify the work done.
    • Drive and support ideas right through the successful launch of a project
  • Quality assurance
    • Provide quality control over design outputs and production


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