UX/UI Designer at Barnes and Noble Education – New York City

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  Barnes & Noble Education (BNED) is a leading provider of higher education and K-12 educational products and solutions with a mission to serve all who work to elevate their lives through education. Bartleby is a direct-to-student homework help platform. Our fast-growing team is seeking a UX/UI designer to create new features and products for students. Our designer should be passionate about creating rich digital experiences in exciting and innovative ways.  The ideal candidate is a strong UX/UI designer with a solid understanding of design principles. Additionally, you should be knowledgeable in areas that include visual design. In collaboration with our product managers, developers, and other stakeholders, you will help guide products from ideation to launch. As a result, you are equally motivated by sharing your ideas and design decisions as you are receiving constructive feedback. As part of the Product team, you will help transform concepts and ideas into effective products and services that help students learn better. The role requires that you work with a cross functional team that includes engineering and marketing, as well as other areas of the business. You have a bias toward action and can break down complex problems into steps that drive product development. Join Bartleby and shape the future of education!       Barnes & Noble Education is an Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer committed to diversity in the workplace.  Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or protected veteran status. URL Out – http://uxdesignjobs.com/new-york-city/uxui-designer/61755/Author – uxdesignjobs.comDate – 2019-11-20 08:27:05

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