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Digital - Senior User Experience Designer

Vancouver, BC
Full Time
2 days ago
Everyone in our Digital Experience Department shares a common goal: to maximize sales by creating a world-class shopping experience.

As our Senior User Experience Designer, youll help to shape all of Aritzias digital properties. With your fellow team members, youll dream up innovative ways to create an impactful, out-of-the-ordinary online experience. And then youll work closely with developers, fashion designers, writers, photographers and business stakeholders to bring those initiatives to life.

In this role, youll also be involved with research and publishing. This is an opportunity to be a key member in an ultra-collaborative team, helping to foster an exciting, unified working environment.


The Senior User Experience Designer will be responsible for:
¢ Crafting experiences over web, mobile, and in the physical space
¢ Finding the best combination of form and function for any interface design problem, ensuring that the result is usable and beautiful
¢ Executing qualitative and quantitative analysis studies with a variety of methods ranging from a behavioral to an attitudinal view of the customer

¢ Minimum Bachelors Degree
¢ Proven experience in UI/UX design with desktop mobile and tablet
¢ Experience with responsive and gesture-enabled design
¢ The passion to build, develop and grow!
We want to see your skills! To be considered for this opportunity, please include a link to your portfolio on your resume or in your application.


Head to our About Us for the scoop on who we are and what we do.

Aritzia is an Equal Opportunity employer. Aritzia believes in providing an inclusive workplace where all individuals have opportunity to succeed.

We are committed to doing so by providing accessible employment practices. Requests for accommodation due to a disability can be made at any stage of the recruitment process and applicants are asked to make their accommodation needs known.