Got UX design skills? These 6 Colorado tech companies want to meet you

September 11, 2017

User experience design plays a major part in the successful adoption of any application, dictating how people feel about and interact with the product. More and more companies are recognizing this fact, seeking the expertise of professional UX designers to help them be more thoughtful and calculated in their approach to interface design.

If you’re looking for a new opportunity to apply your UX design skills, look no further. These Colorado tech companies are on the hunt for user experience designers to join their growing product teams.
 

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Role: User experience designer

What you’ll do: You’ll work on the digital products that support Arrow’s customers, identifying problems and designing elegant solutions with a user-centered approach.

Why you want to do it: Arrow is a well-known name in the electronics industry, serving as a supply channel partner for over 100,000 OEMs, contract manufacturers and commercial customers around the world. You’ll have the chance to work on products that have far-reaching impacts and sharpen your skills with a team of experienced innovators.

Who they want: UX designers who have experience designing for digital e-commerce and who enjoy collaborating closely with a distributed team.

 


 

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Role: UX designer

What you’ll do: You’ll work with the design and user experience team in Healthgrades’ downtown Denver office, assisting with the ideation, conceptualization, creation and iteration of new products and features. 

Why you want to do it: In addition to a generous and comprehensive benefits package, you’ll have the opportunity to work for an established company in the quickly changing healthtech industry.

Who they want: Experienced designers who thrive in a fast-paced, deadline-driven environment and understand both the conceptual and functional aspects of UX design.

 


 

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Role: UX designer

What you’ll do: You’ll work closely with engineers, product managers and other stakeholders to craft simple and intuitive user experiences for Zen Planner’s fitness business software platform.

Why you want to do it: Zen Planner combines a passion for tech and fitness — which is the best of both worlds for the right person. You’ll have a measurable impact on the development of the company’s products and work in a culture that encourages health, wellness and work-life balance.

Who they want: Collaborative and innovative designers who understand the entire lifecycle of product development, from research and user testing to creating wireframes and mockups to delivering a beautiful and easy-to-use design. Experience with LESS or another JavaScript framework is a plus.

 


 

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Role: UX designer

What you’ll do: EMS Software delivers enterprise-level meeting and room scheduling software for businesses and educational facilities. As a UX designer, you’ll help translate complex product requirements into easy and intuitive user flows that impact the way people interact in the workplace.

Why you want to do it: The UX team is a new addition at EMS, which means you’ll have the opportunity to grow, shape new processes and experiment in your role. The company is also committed to a UX-first approach that will give you the freedom and control to make a serious impact on the product.

Who they want: Laidback yet passionate designers who know how to accept feedback with grace, have a strong understanding of the various stages of the design process and have a robust portfolio to prove it.

 


 

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Role: Senior UX designer

What you’ll do: Tack Mobile is looking for a senior UX designer to work directly with agency clients and lead design and development teams through projects with a hands-on approach.

Why you want to do it: If you’re passionate about mobile design and development, this role will give you the chance to hone those skills by working on projects that encompass iOS, Android, mobile web, web apps, IoT technologies, phones, tablets, smartwatches and wearables.

Who they want: Since this is a senior role, you’ll need to have at least five years of UX experience, understand how to integrate UX design into the development process, and have a demonstrated history of leading projects, clients and teams.

 


 

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Role: UI/UX designer

What you’ll do: You’ll work as a UI and UX designer for VOLTAGE’s agency clientele, which includes many well-known brands like Reebok, Adidas, Crocs and Chipotle.

Why you want to do it: You’ll gain valuable experience working in a variety of industries, have the opportunity to work on major UX and UI campaigns and, most importantly, see projects through from beginning to end with minimal oversight from the art director. VOLTAGE also prides itself on being a “fource for good” by organizing regular community service events and donating 4 percent of its net profits to charitable causes.

Who they want: VOLTAGE is looking for designers with agency experience and specific technical skills, including proficiency in Sketch, Google Web Designer, Adobe Creative Suite and UX design software.

 


 

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