- Our client is a technology company that develops, licenses, and supports a range of software products, services and devices. The Company's segments include Productivity and Business Processes, Intelligent Cloud and More Personal Computing.
Sr. Content Designer Overview:
- You’ll be part of a product design team, studio, and organization that believes in the power of inclusion, diversity of ideas and people, work/life balance, and the sheer joy of solving hard problems.
Sr. Content Designer Responsibilities:
- Contributing to a coherent vision and experience strategy for a family of products.
- Aligning business, brand, naming, messaging, and design strategies using your expertise across the broad domain of customer communications inside or outside of our client.
- Planning, crafting, and refining names and terms, messaging and content, UX flows, and in-product language—testing, validating, and adapting for the next iteration. Some wins will be fast, and others may feel like they take forever to land.
- Working within design systems: People will seek you out for answers on our client’s brand voice, content style standards, terminology, common UI copy patterns, feature naming, and more.
- Backlog planning with design and product leadership, providing estimates and updating with actuals.
Sr. Content Designer Qualifications:
- 5+ years of hands-on experience in experience design backed up by skills that may extend to adjacent spaces: brand strategy, content strategy, marketing copywriting, digital/social/SEO, and the like—whether in-house, agency, or consulting.
- Excellence in product content design and strategy gets your apps noticed and appreciated. Your level of mastery shows in your playbook of uniquely honed tools, approaches, and solutions that will raise the bar for the Content Design discipline.
- Well beyond copywriting or surface-level UX writing, you’re a content designer who’s shipped product experiences specifically—in addition to any integrated digital marketing or documentation and learning work.
- Fluent in design and prototyping tools—Figma, Sketch, or similar—and interaction flows are a regular output of your solutions.
- Embrace research and data—it’s second nature to collaborate with User Researchers and present customer-based, data-informed rationale for your ideas.
- Innately curious about design, about the customer landscape—you fuel your imagination with things big and small, so you can apply what you know to solve new problems.
- Communication skills that extend to your relationships. You know building relationships both within and beyond your team is key for driving impact-oriented collaboration—and ultimately making a difference for customers.