he UX Architect is responsible for designing, developing and documenting the structure of both web sites and applications. Examples of required deliverables include site maps, user journeys, transaction flows, schematics, navigation models). In this role, you will be expected to work collaboratively with a project team and support other UX and in the execution of all user experience deliverables.
An important consideration is that much of our work is self service, where the emphasis is as much on leading the consumer and motivating the user as on the organization of information. This means that a creative design imagination is as important for this role as are traditional information architecture skills.
Creating the information architecture for marketing, informational, and transactional websites
• Understanding target audiences’ needs, tasks, and goals and translating them into creative concepts and functional components.
• Supporting the team in translating business requirements into involving interactive experiences.
• Planning, facilitating and documenting immersive, concept testing
. • Developing user personas and scenarios to clarify results of user research and focus the team’s design efforts on the needs of key users.
• Collaboratively developing prototypes for demonstration of concepts to clients.
• Working alongside visual designers to develop user journeys that motivate users to engage fully with the interactive concept.
• Developing and documenting detailed user experience specifications for highly interactive interfaces. •