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Tenable Network Security
Tenable Network Security
\nWhat we need\n\nWe’re looking for an experienced, senior-level individual to join our user experience design team at Tenable Network Security.\n\nThe Senior UX Designer will report to the UX Design Manager, and will play a crucial role in ensuring that our products are easy to learn, use, and manage. You will work with a crossfunctional team consisting of Engineers and Product Managers to advance design mockups/prototypes into production implementations.\n\nYou specialize in interactions, flows, visual design, and communication methods to ensure we’re building products our existing and new customers will love. You will work to shape how our design and product teams work together. Most importantly, you care deeply about helping to our customers to experience a technical product that is easy to use.\n\nWho we need\n\nYou are eager to learn. Our product solves extremely technical problems and is used by a techsavvy audience. In order for you to solve problems and come up with smart solutions—you’ll need to work hard at understanding not only our products, but our industry as well. That means you will need to come in as a student first, seeking to understand and not quick to drive change.\n\nYou are a team player. Our team is highly collaborative and we have design critiques frequently. You should have strong opinions that are also loosely held. You should be willing to fight for your ideas, but willing to accept feedback from anyone. Your goal should be the best solution over anything else. The UX team at Tenable uses the word “we” rather than “I” as much as possible. That is because all of our designers, engineers and product teams influence the design—not just the designer. We have incredibly smart people in our teams and therefore we treat everyone as a fellow designer.\n\nYou have a strong and diverse background. At Tenable, we believe that UX Designers are individuals experienced in visual design, interaction design, information architecture and more. You have the ability to turn research into basic wireframes, then into rich interactive prototypes and also to produce high-fidelity graphics. You can explain each piece of an interaction and write specifications for our engineers.\n\nYour organization skills are unmatched. We work hard to create transparency with all of our work. Our team shares everything and has a zero-ownership mentality. Therefore your ability to organize your work so that it can be easily accessed and understood by another designer is incredibly important.\n\nYou are a great communicator. We believe that great designers are also great communicators. But, part of being a great communicator is also being a great listener. Your speaking, presenting, and listening skills should be top notch.\n\nYou don’t let your experience, title, or talents go to your head. You start from a place of learning, listening and understanding. You realize that your job and goals have nothing to do with you, but has everything to do with the user and solving their problems. Your job is about the big picture, user satisfaction.\n\nDay to Day\n\n\n* Designing and prototyping for evolving webbased applications.\n\n* Conceptualizing, designing and producing deliverables for user interface.\n\n* Create high-fidelity visual mockups\n\n* Work closely with product managers, engineering, customers and other stakeholders to proactively gather and understand usability concerns and areas for improvement\n\n* Establish detailed usability and design guidelines for product development based on industry best practices and competitive benchmarking\n\n* Create and maintaining a library of design and interface resources for use by product teams\n\n* Ideate and storyboard design solutions based on user feedback.\n\n* Proactively look for opportunities to improve the design and interface for our web-based applications.\n\n\n
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