Skills and attributes for success • Sound knowledge of UX design: Wireframes, Information Architecture, Usability • Strong understanding of Sketch, Invision, Adobe Suite • Strong understanding of experience design principles and processes • Digital Accessibility Non-Functional Requirements:- o Keyboard Access and Visual Focus: All content and functionality should be available through a keyboard. Keyboard focus should be visible and should follow a logical order through the page elements. o Page Title and Language: The page title should adequately and briefly describe the content of the page and should be different from other pages on the website. Primary language of every page and language changes should be indicated. o Headings: The page should have at least one heading. It should be marked up correctly as a heading and the heading hierarchy should be meaningful. o Images: Every image should include alt in the markup. If an image conveys information useful, then it needs alternative text. If an image is just decorative, then it should have null alt (alt=""). o Contrast, Color, Appearance: The page should have a contrast ratio of at least 4.5:1 for normal-size text. Color alone should not be used to convey information. o Resizing, Magnification, Responsiveness: Users should be able to enlarge web content. The design should be responsive. o Links, Buttons, Controls, Navigation, Skip Link: Links, buttons and controls should be recognizable and coded correctly. Clear and consistent navigation options should be provided. A skip link that allows users to skip to content should be available. o Forms, Labels, Errors: Forms should be keyboard accessible. Form controls should have labels. Required fields and other instructions should be clearly indicated. Error handing should be clear and simple. o Tables and Lists: Tables should have HTML markup that indicates header cells and data cells and defines their relationship. List elements should be used for list content. o Multimedia (Audio and Video), Animation, Moving content: Captions/subtitles, transcript, and/or audio description should be provided appropriately for audio and video media. Keyboard access for media player controls, animations, carousels and other moving content should be available. o Structure, Meaning, Reading Order, Global Code: Content should be well-structured to allow efficient navigation and processing. Mark-up should be used for headings, lists, tables, etc. to better structure content. Reading order should be reflected in the code order. o Touch: Touch interactions should be supported. When phone is in scope, phone interactions should be supported. To qualify for the role, you must have • Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, Human Computer Interaction, Interactive Media, Interaction Design, Human Factors, Cognition Psychology, Cognitive Science, Informatics, Design, or related field preferred • 5-7 years applied experience in user-centred design process for complex products or services. Portfolio to demonstrate relevant experience required. • Relevant UX design experience in a web and/or digital product environment Ideally, you’ll also have • Experience with pattern libraries and design systems • Familiarity with user experience metrics and analytics tools • Enterprise product strategy and design • Experience working with Agile product development process • Experience in financial or related industries

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