User Experience (UX) Designer, National Gallery of Art

The National Gallery serves the nation by welcoming all people to explore and experience art, creativity, and our shared humanity. We are making a significant strategic shift to digital technology as a core tool used to fulfill that mission. As a user experience designer, you’ll work with cross-functional teams to deliver user-centered products that improve the usability, accessibility, and user delight. These public products include websites, native apps, and in-gallery digital interactives.

The primary purpose of this position is to focus on, identify and understand the business and end-users’ needs in order to create intuitive, transformational digital experiences. The incumbent leads various experience design activities throughout a project lifecycle in collaboration with content producers, interaction designers software engineers, and product managers. The incumbent drives and participates in research activities, derives insights, generates concepts, communicates those concepts visually, and works with developers and product managers to build, launch, and test public-facing digital products.

Please submit your formal application through the federal USA Jobs Site by Friday, June 11: Your application/resume submitted through another site will not be considered as a formal application.

Job Type: Full-time

Pay: $87,198.00 – $134,798.00 per year