Tigerspike New York is looking for an Experience Design Director who is excited to join us for our next phase of growth, helping improve people’s lives through technology. You will oversee and grow our experience design practice for the Americas region (NY and SF), which includes digital product strategy, research, user experience and user interface design.
You have a strong appreciation and knowledge of UX and design principles; you are passionate about technology; you inspire clients and turn their ideas into world-class experiences; you are a natural leader and an advocate for your team, coaching, supporting, energizing and ensuring Tigerspike’s values are instilled within them; you will oversee experience design project delivery across all Tigerspike Americas projects, ensuring on-time delivery whilst not compromising quality standards.
If you value the importance of research, enjoy telling a story, enjoy solving complex problems and have a passion for transforming businesses by creating amazing digital product experiences, then Tigerspike could be the place for you!
- Bachelor’s Degree in User Experience Design (UXD), Interaction Design or similar design focused degree (Masters a plus)
- 10+ years professional work within the experience design field
- 3+ years of experience as a Director, leading and managing a design practice and team
- Strong knowledge of and experience across a breath of digital platforms including native applications and responsive web solutions
- Strong client-facing presentation skills, being able to tell the story and guiding them through the experience design process
- Have the following personal attributes: integrity, trust and personal credibility; be a clear communicator (both verbal and written); a bold self-starter; eager for results and show perseverance; a good listener; detail-oriented with strong organizational skills; strong ability to multi-task, prioritize and delegate to effectively meet deadlines; ability to work in a collaborative team environment; and clear attention to detail is key