For the UX practice, growth means opportunity. The opportunity to work on complex projects, to collaborate with highly talented people across disciplines, to shape our practice and grow our careers. Technology is our heritage and our DNA, and powers us to take on increasingly complex and impactful UX.
Our work matters. The UX practice at Klick plays a critical role in shaping solutions that impact the lives of patient’s and the people who care for them. As practitioners, we’re deeply committed to our craft. At Klick, we have the opportunity to work with industry leaders across strategy, creative, and technology to bring innovative UX solutions that bridge the digital and physical world to life. Our work makes a difference. And wins awards.
The UX team is responsible for leading and delivering the design of awesome, empathetic user-centric experiences across mobile and tablet apps, web sites, web applications, intranets and more. This includes activities such as information architecture development, interaction design, usability testing, diagramming, heuristics and requirements gathering facilitation.
Our team is embedded in the creative department. We work closely with design, editorial, and technology to bring our visions to life.
Genome is Klick's operating system. It gives us a real-time head's up view of all the data we need to run our practice and projects effectively. It helps us keep our focus by prioritizing day-to-day tasks. And by removing the burden of almost all our administrative tasks we're free to focus on our craft.
Genome also helps us to keep the feeling of a small company, even while we grow. Chatter, our in house social network is a thriving source of news, jokes, interesting facts, and kudos.
User Experience Architects help identify our clients’ business objectives and what their users need to get out of the final product. From that process you’ll create sitemaps, detailed wireframes, diagrams, and prototypes – whatever is necessary to communicate the solution and give our clients an awesome experience.