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UX Design Intern

Overview

Pulse Secure is a "new" company born from the sale of Juniper Networks Junos Pulse product line to Siris Capital, a leading private equity firm. We have a 10+ year understanding of customer needs and goals, and as a standalone company, Pulse Secure now brings additional resources and focus to solve the challenges in enterprise mobility faster than ever before.

What We Do

  • Empower users to seamlessly and securely connect from any place in the world that offers air, water and… Internet!
  • Equip organizations with the right tools to configure access, manage and enforce compliance with a holistic view on network, users, and usage.
  • Empower organizations to continue to breathe easy, now with an added sense of invincibility.
  • Work really hard so that you can focus on the things you want to! 

Who You Are

  • The UX/UI Product Designer will be responsible for translating business needs to appropriate user experiences (including user interface, interaction, and visual design) for enterprise and mobile applications.
  • The designer should possess a good understanding of user-centered design process and can apply the same to transform users’ experience at Pulse Secure.
  • The UX designer should be capable of understanding and be anticipating the user's needs and endeavor to simplify user flows to accomplish frequent tasks.
  • Experience working with enterprise applications will be a plus.
  • Understanding of the security landscape a plus.

What You Would do

  • Design user experiences including use cases, user scenarios, task flows, interactions and design features
  • Produce needed designs and assets from low fidelity UX flows or wireframes to high-fidelity mockups or designs
  • Provide UI or graphical interface assets required for coding purposes (e.g. range of images, specifications)
  • Styling guides/specifications to support correct downstream coding and development activities.
  • Ensure designs are consistent with / follow broader style guides/specifications currently being used across the application and company branding
  • Partner and collaborate with cross-functional teams in an Agile Scrum framework 

We Bring Cakes, You Ice It Up By

  • Experience with creating user stories, doing research, and creating user personas
  • Strong knowledge of usability, design patterns and user-centered design
  • Have proficiency in design methodologies and tools
  • Skills in User Research, Experience Strategy, Information Architecture, User Interface Design, Task Analysis, Card Sorting, Prototyping, Heuristic Evaluation, Content Analysis, Personas, Wireframes, User Journeys, Competitive Analysis, Scenarios, Graphic Design, Copywriting, Usability Testing, Surveys, HTML, CSS.
  • Knowledge in Adobe Creative Suite, PowerPoint/Keynote, Sketch/Invision
  • Ability to work autonomously as well as in a team
  • Strong conceptual skills and attention to detail; a knack for interpreting loosely structured ideas and synthesizing/evolving them into a clean, cohesive, and captivating UX vision
  • Familiarity creating style guides, pattern libraries, and other design solutions related to mobile and enterprise products and applications
  • Good knowledge of HCI, cognitive and behavioral psychology
  • A general knowledge of how design impacts engineering and vice versa, along with a knack for constructing dynamic, interactive designs that are technically feasible/prudent
  • Preferred: BA/BS and/or MA/MS in Computer Science, HCI (Human-Computer Interaction) or Interactive Multimedia
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