• UI/UX Intern

    Location US-NY-Latham
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    Contribute to a Safer, more secure, and more sustainable world. At UL, we know why we come to work. Thousands of us around the world wake up every day with one common purpose – to make the world a safer, more secure, and more sustainable place to live. We clear the way for our customers to introduce the latest products, technological advances, and systems in an increasingly complex world so they can provide peace of mind to the market. Our integrity is woven throughout our company and shapes the way we approach and deliver our solutions. We are proud that the work we do every day has a meaningful contribution to society. We continue to build upon our legacy of trusted expertise and partnership to keep our communities safe and secure as we march forward into the future. This helps us to sleep better at night, and we are confident that the millions of people we touch rest easier too.


    Our UI/UX Intern will work on our innovation team, collaborating with assigned mentors to assist with the following:


    • Design and deliver wireframes, user stories, and mockups optimized for a wide range of devices and interfaces;
    • Create product prototypes that lead to intuitive user experiences;
    • Develop personas and usage scenarios;
    • Conduct usability testing;
    • Analyze user feedback and activity, and iterate to enhance the user experience;
    • Conduct competitor and customer analysis;
    • Perform other duties as directed


    Requires some University Academic or independent study relevant to any: UI/UX Design, HCI, Human Behavior

    • Must be current student or recent graduate
    • Must have familiarity with behavior driven design/development, and prototyping software
    • Must have introductory level understanding of Axure or equivalent design tool
    • Must have introductory level understanding of Invision or other usability testing equivalent
    • Must have basic understanding of how human behavior plays into design


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