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Funding1M-5M USD
IndustryConsumer, E-commerce, Financial Services
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User Experience Designer

at Nail Your Mortgage in Chicago, IL   —   Jul 11, 2014   |  
The mortgage industry needs a shake up. (Duh.) Nail Your Mortgage aims to do just that.

And we need your help.

We’re a well-funded, early-stage start up based here in Chicago. We’ve got very big plans, but for now, we’re three things: A) The first mortgage search engine that consults real bank underwriting and pricing rules to deliver accurate quote personalized to each user’s financial situation; B) The first mortgage search engine that shows the lender’s wholesale pricing; and C) a service that allows you to get a mortgage without paying $5,000 - $10,000 in commissions to a broker.

We need a talented and passionate User Experience Designer to join our team to help us get to Release 2 and beyond. We’re a small but growing company with a team focus and a casual atmosphere. No suits. No bureaucracy. No B.S.
Use a persona-driven, user-centric approach to developing web applications
Work closely with the development team to ensure that the workflow reflects the application’s needs and maintains consistency among features.
Minimum 2+ years relevant experience as a UX lead or UX designer.
Portfolio of relevant UX work that shows off your talents.
Expert front-end user interface programming skills (XHTML and CSS)
Ability to create IA, wireframes, site maps, screen mockups, navigation flows, and/or interaction design specs
Strategic thinking to design and deliver intuitive, functional and innovative
Know how to utilize cutting edge UI technologies and effectively incorporate leading social trends
Dependent on Experience
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