Four Kitchens is looking for a UX Strategist with experience in aligning client business systems, business plans, and business strategies while also being mindful of the customer perspective. As a UX Strategist with Four Kitchens, you will help shape, drive, and communicate the content strategy and design for web projects. You will work closely with business stakeholders and our design & development teams to outline plans, conduct user and stakeholder research, consolidate findings, and present actionable insights.
As a Web Chef, you will first and foremost exemplify our Core Values . You will also exhibit a natural curiosity and a passion for making really cool stuff for the web. We expect our whole team to self-lead and prioritize as distributed team members—your frequent communication and participation in company culture will be key indicators of your engagement at Four Kitchens. Being a constant self-educator is essential, so advanced degrees are not a requirement for this role as we believe that experience and passion are more important.
We’re committed to providing an inclusive workplace and building a diverse team. At our core we believe deeply in diversity and inclusiveness as being fundamental parts of a healthy team. We aim to create an environment where everyone, from any background, can do their best work. So, if you look at our team page and don’t see yourself, don’t shy away. Come work with us!
As a UX Strategist you will focus on…
Identifying the key UX Strategy tasks that need to be done at each phase of our proven process
Content strategy and information architecture:
+ Perform content audits and content analysis
+ Design, analyze, and improve taxonomy, navigation, and other information architecture structures
User research and strategy:
+ Run user research like interviews, usability tests, surveys, and card sorts
+ Perform research through website analytics, using Google Analytics or similar tools
+ Facilitate discovery workshops, document findings, and make recommendations
+ Create interaction design artifacts like wireframes and prototypes
+ Design user flows and task flows
Engaging directly with clients to discuss and present research findings, strategies, and designs
We are a small company, so you will likely wear many hats as a UX strategist. Some of these items may include:
+ Contributing to proposals
+ Pitching to potential new clients
You’re our next UX Strategist if…
+ Experience creating information architecture
+ Experience in driving user experience research and design
+ Experience with a wide range of user research methods (interviews, surveys/questionnaires, card sorts, usability tests, etc).
+ Experience running discovery or design workshops with clients.
+ Experience with remote user research and testing tools.