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Application Platform UX Architect
In a nutshell
Introduction to the job
As Application Platform UX Architect, you will be responsible for making sure that our end-users (professionals in the semiconductor industry) have a great user experience with the applications that run on our Data Analytics platform. You work together closely with UX architects, UX researchers and product architects to understand needs and workflows in the semiconductor domain, and how these impact the generic functionalities of the Data Analytics platform. You provide guidance to UX designers that design the details of these functions.
Role and responsibilities
You apply proven User Centered Design practices in our existing product definition and Agile SW development processes. You collaborate with customers, internal users and stakeholders from the various products to be realized on the platform to evolve the platform UX architecture to make sure that it fits well to the various user workflows.
The core of your work will entail eliciting needs and requirements from various intended user journeys and analyzing if and how these are supported by the Data Analytics platform. You formulate concrete recommendations for how to solve any gaps found. You provide guidance and support to Software Architects, Tech leads, Product Owners and UX designers in the agile development teams in turning the UX architecture into detailed UX/SW designs and implementation.
Designing and aligning high level UX architecture and guiding design principles
Define, guide and review UX/UI design studies
Organize and facilitate Design Sprints
Contribute to UX- and product concept (user) validation studies
Input to longer term UX concepts roadmap
Review software architecture & designs to assess their impact on user experience
Advice on priority setting based on design rationale
Gap analyses between current UX concepts and intended user journeys
Education and experience
Master Degree in interaction design, human computer interaction or equivalent.
8+ years of relevant UX design/architecture experience in a corporate environment.
Working at the cutting edge of tech, you’ll always have new challenges and new problems to solve – and working together is the only way to do that. You won’t work in a silo. Instead, you’ll be part of a creative, dynamic work environment where you’ll collaborate with supportive colleagues. There is always space for creative and unique points of view. You’ll have the flexibility and trust to choose how best to tackle tasks and solve problems.
To thrive in this job, you’ll need the following skills:
- You are a great conceptual thinker
- You are curious and inquisitive by nature
- You are an effective communicator who is willing to prove yourself in a company with highly talented and opinionated individuals
- You are able to act fast and pragmatically while keeping the high level overview, you keep a positive mindset regardless of the challenges that lay ahead of you
- Empathic mind that allows you to step into the user/customer’s shoes
- Working knowledge of agile software development processes
- Working knowledge of software architecture principles
- Collaborative team player
- Independent, Self-Motivated, pro-active thinkerProficiency in English
Diversity & Inclusion
ASML is an Equal Opportunity Employer that values and respects the importance of a diverse and inclusive workforce. It is the policy of the company to recruit, hire, train and promote persons in all job titles without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, veteran status, disability, sexual orientation, or gender identity. We recognize that diversity and inclusion is a driving force in the success of our company.
The position is available within the Application Platform department in the Data and Digital Platform D&E.
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