The Digital Campus Design and Infrastructure (DCDI) teams manage Indiana University's web environment, working with UITS, IU Studios, and campus partners to design, plan, create, and maintain the university's digital spaces and tools.
The Associate Interface Designer participates in the design and development of Indiana University's digital campus. These properties include sites and applications that are vital to the operation of the university.
The Associate Interface Designer will envision how people experience our products and bring that vision to life using a combination of tools such as visual designs, low- and high-fidelity prototypes, and front-end web markup and code. Takes on complex tasks and transforms them into easy-to-use products that include static websites, data-rich web applications, and native mobile apps. Anticipates the needs of our users, and advocates for those needs during the development process.
Bachelor's degree in Communications, Design, or Technology or related area.
Combinations of education and related experience may be considered.
Direct experience in web / application design and development with specific focus on information architecture, user interface, user experience, visual design, and front-end coding. Experience building and designing with design systems. Demonstrated skills relating to website, application, and mobile design. Ability to manage projects, as well as the ability to articulate strategic technical needs and requirements to management. Ability to plan software interactions through visual design, mockups, wireframes, and other avenues. Ability to work effectively with cross-functional teams. Excellent communication, problem solving, time management, analytical, and interpersonal skills. Ability to work at a very high level of technical complexity. Experience in resolving highly complex integration issues involving multiple technologies and business areas. Ability to learn new technologies. Ability to take initiative and demonstrate creativity skills. Ability to work effectively and establish collegial relationships with internal counterparts.
One year of experience in web design and development. Experience working with diverse and distributed teams, and creating products for diverse audiences.
Working Conditions / Demands
Must be able to stare at a computer screen particularly for long periods of time. Must be able to perform detailed work (programs, documents or instruments); communicate verbally and in writing; interact with staff and clients; and handle the stress of performing multiple concurrent tasks with constant interruptions. Requires creativity in identifying complex problems and finding solutions quickly and accurately; attention to detail in communicating technical issues and implementing solutions; mental discipline in resolving software problems; and ability to change priorities as project expands or project needs change.
Salary Plan: PAE
Salary Grade: 2IT
Job Function: Information Technology
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