Harnham

Lead UX Researcher

Company:
Harnham
Location:
🇺🇸
San Francisco Bay Area, Remote
Posted on:
April 28, 2021

Lead UX Researcher (Contract) – Mobile Apps

San Francisco, CA

3-Month Contract

Excellent opportunity for a senior-level UX Researcher to lead user research to drive this company’s expansion of their mobile app features. Perfect for someone who is ready to start their next opportunity project immediately!

Note: at this time we are unable to sponsor any visas nor work with Corp2Corp candidates (W2 only).

THE COMPANY AND ROLE

This company runs a mobile app for delivery of food and grocery supplies to restaurants, primarily those located in the San Francisco Bay Area. You will:

  • Lead, from first principle, the UX and UI research and design that will drive the app’s feature expansion
  • Strategize, design, and execute on focus groups, IDIs (in-depth interviews), ethnographies, user testing, control group experiments, and other fundamental UX Research methods
  • Work hands-on with the Product team to design and optimize UI for new app features

YOUR SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE

The successful Lead User Experience Researcher will have the following skills and experience:

  • Design and execution of fundamental UX research methodologies – focus groups, in-depth interviews, ethnographies, user testing, etc.
  • Industry experience in eCommerce and B2B
  • Exposure to UX/UI Design
  • Project Management

The ideal candidate will have more extensive experience with UI design for mobile applications, and be located in the San Francisco Bay Area.

THE BENEFITS

The Lead User Experience Researcher will be compensated depending on experience for a part-time, 3-month contract with potential for extension.

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