Intel UI/UX Designer in Santa Clara, California
Let the games begin!
Intel Sports is changing the game for a new generation of fans! You might've seen our work at NFL, NBA, and MLB games. Next up, we are heading to the Olympics!
Intel True VR is an end to end streaming platform to experience live sports. We are about performance and innovation as a team, pushing the boundaries of what technology can do in the world of sports, and we are looking for an experienced UX/UI designer to join our growing team.
The UX/UI designer will be responsible for the overall user experience design of our custom, white label, and Intel True VR HMD applications. The UX/UI designer will collaborate closely with the product and engineering leads to define design strategies for UX/UI. Ideal candidates will provide samples of recent work which demonstrate clear and effective UX/UI design.
Oversee the user experience design and interactions of our custom, white label, and True VR application.
Create user journeys per personas, wireframes, flows and mockups to guide final UI design for apps as a whole and specific features
Collaborate on designs, guidelines, and feature documentation.
Partner with cross-functional team across design, production, and engineering, to deliver intuitive UX design.
Incorporate and drive usability testing data from research team where relevant.
Bachelor's Degree and 3+ years of UI/UX design experience or equivalent.
Highly proficient with the Adobe Creative Suite.
Familiarity with applications like Balsamiq, Framer, or similar wireframe and prototype applications.
Familiarity with VR across mobile (Gear VR, Daydream) and tethered systems (Oculus Rift, Playstation VR.)
Self-starter with the ability to collaborate with a cross functional motivated team.
Excellent communication skills.
Unity 3D experience is a plus.
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