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User Experience (UX) Designer

Arvest Bank Group

Arvest Bank Group

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IT · Full-time
Lowell, AR, USA · Arkansas, USA · Oklahoma, USA · Missouri, USA · Kansas, USA
Posted on Monday, February 26, 2024

Pay is based on a number of factors including the successful candidate’s job-related knowledge and skills, qualifications, and prior experience. Arvest offers a comprehensive suite of benefits, including a full range of health and life, financial, and wellness benefits. For more information about benefits, please visit www.arvest.com/careers/benefits.

Position is Monday through Friday from 8 am to 5 pm with the ability to work additional hours as project needs demand.

Incumbent should be located within the Arvest 4 State Footprint (AR, KS, MO, OK).

Remote work options may be available outside of the 4-state footprint upon further review during the interview process.

We are looking for a talented candidate with an eye for designing great experiences and a drive to align our design strategy with the Arvest brand, product goals, and user needs. You will support the Experience Design team as a UX Designer and be responsible for working alongside engineering, product, and research to design data and research-driven digital products. The ideal candidate will have experience with human-centered design methodology and will have strong visual design skills to create mockups and prototypes in tools like Figma.

Applicants should provide a portfolio of work, samples, or link to view online in order to be effectively evaluated for this role.

The story of Arvest is one of commitment started by our founders in 1961, with an intense dedication to focusing on our customers. We will always be active and involved members of the communities we serve, and we will always work to put the needs of our customers first as we continue to fulfill our mission – People helping people find financial solutions for life.

Job Title: User Experience (UX) Designer

A UX Designer designs and creates modern, accessible, and effective digital experiences by collaborating with cross-functional teams to enhance the overall user experience while aligning with strategic objectives. They contribute to establishing a cohesive and consistent design language across all digital products and platforms with visually appealing and intuitive components.

A UX Designer bridges the gap between research insights and tangible concepts and ensures customer perspectives are effectively incorporated and requirements are clean and accurate to drive transformational goals and innovation in the digital space. They continuously improve the user experience of digital products and services through testing, data analysis, user feedback, and industry research.

We are seeking candidates who embrace diversity, equity, and inclusion in a workplace where everyone feels valued and inspired.

What You’ll Do at Arvest: (Other duties may be assigned.)

● Bridge the gap between research insights and tangible concepts using these insights to drive optimal design outcomes and user experiences.

● Craft meaningful narratives that justify design approaches and demonstrate value-add and KPIs that inform design decisions.

● Contribute to the vision and strategy of interaction design principles across the enterprise, collaborating with product and engineering stakeholders to gather requirements.

● Utilize and suggest components to the Design Language System (DLS) to ensure consistent and cohesive design across products and platforms.

● Create and test mockups and prototypes, validating design choices based on research and functional requirements.

● Suggest features/components to guide product development.

● Collaborate with UX Architects to design wireframes and mockups from user flow diagrams and data to visualize intuitive user journeys.

● Simplify complex systems and large volumes of data/content into easily understandable prototypes and recommendations.

● Collaborate fluidly with developers to ensure accurate design implementation.

● Understand and comply with bank policy, laws, regulations, and the bank's BSA/AML Program, as applicable to your job duties. This includes but is not limited to; complete compliance training and adhere to internal procedures and controls; report any known violations of compliance policy, laws, or regulations and report any suspicious customer and/or account activity.


Toolbox for Success:

● AA degree in Interaction/Visual/UX Design, Interactive Media, Human Computer Interaction, Graphic Design, Digital Design, Visual Communications, Marketing, or a related field of study, or equivalent work or military experience

● 4 years of relevant industry experience

● Experience working with existing style guides or creating basic style guides from well-defined requirements.

● Experience working on how the visual perception of a design impacts usability.

● Experience designing for multiple touchpoints and types of media.

● Experience designing synthesized input from a range of sources, including workshops, corporate guides, current trends, and platform guidelines.

● Experience creating and testing interactive prototypes and documenting interaction guidelines.

● Experience designing wireframes, user flow diagrams, and application maps.

● Experience refining concepts into meaningful narratives that speak to business opportunities, technical feasibility, and organization setup.

● Demonstrated ability to turn basic concepts (e.g., Trust) into interface elements and designs.

● Demonstrated understanding of UI best practices and patterns for successful interaction

● Demonstrated understanding of human-computer interaction principles

● Fluent in common design software (e.g., Axure, Figma, Invision, Sketch, Adobe Creative Suite)

● Experience with Design System software, (e.g., Zeroheight)

● Experience with Visual Communication software such as Visio and OmniGraffle

● Strong proficiency with Microsoft Suite and Google Workspace

● Ability to cultivate and sustain strong cross-functional working relationships with key partners in product and engineering.

● Sound analytical, critical thinking, and problem-solving skills.

● Ability to apply research and testing data and apply to design activities.

● Sound facilitation, presentation / storytelling, communication, and interpersonal skills to convey complex recommendations to non-technical stakeholders.

● Collaborative and team-oriented attitude

● Ability to use compelling arguments to influence and gain the support and commitment of others.

● Ability to effectively respond to rapidly shifting priorities, change, and adoption in new ways of working.

● Relevant military experience is considered for veterans and transitioning service members.


● Design Program certification, e.g., NN/g, Coursera

● Experience with analysis tools (Hotjar or similar)

● Experience with JIRA

● Experience with Miro

● Experience applying accessibility principles to designs (508, WCAG)

● Familiarity with HTML and front-end development practices

● Familiarity with working in an Agile environment.

Physical Demands:

The associate must be able to travel occasionally by themselves within the US, possibly overnight. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable qualified individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

We offer competitive compensation, benefits packages, and significant professional growth.

Along with an excellent benefits package, our associates are engaged, rewarded for performance, and encouraged to grow professionally and personally. Our future is driven by our associates. If you want to be recognized for your results and empowered to reach your potential, we urge you to apply.

Grade 16I

**Pay Range: **$102770 - $122037 per year

Arvest Bank Group is an equal opportunity employer.

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