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Legrand | Pleasant Grove, UT
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Job Description

Position Description

At a Glance

Legrand has an exciting opportunity for a UX Designer Intern to join the Software Center of Excellence Team in Pleasant Grove, UT. Develop highly differentiated User Experiences and graphical user interfaces across multiple platforms, brands and products for residential and commercial applications.

What Will You Do?

Deliver or oversee graphic assets for production. Produce wireframe interaction models for internal communication and prototype testing. Create high-resolution simulations for internal alignment and for user research. Work closely with stakeholders (Industrial Design, Marketing and Engineering) in developing on screen experiences that integrate with the product design strategy and development. Understand and keep relevant on all brand strategies and business objectives. Qualifications

Required Qualifications:

* Working on a bachelor's degree in User Experience Design, Human Factors Engineering, Interaction Design, Industrial Design, Visual Communications, or Graphic Design.
* Experience in product development with a concentration in user interface design.
* Online portfolio link that demonstrates the process of user interface design.
* Must be able to work within a team as an advocate of the end user.
* Knowledge of Sketch or Adobe XD, Photoshop, Illustrator, and MS Office programs.

Preferred Qualifications:

* Demonstrates how designs where effective across multiple platforms (mobile, on screen, and product)
* Demonstrates how graphical user interfaces and product interfaces integrate together.
* Great communication and presentation skills.
* Able to assist in contextual/ethnographic and/or performance research.
* Time and project management skills with the ability to juggle multiple priorities.
* Self-starter, with the ability to thrive within a fast-paced, dynamic environment.
* Ability to produce screen layouts in various levels of fidelity (paper prototypes to wireframes to on-screen prototypes) to support user testing.
* Design interfaces that reflect a consistent visual language as it relates to the target brand.

Company Info

About Legrand

Every single day, Legrand brings power, light and data to millions of spaces around the world. Legrand is a global, publicly-traded company listed on the Euronext (Legrand SA EPA: LR) with 36,000 employees worldwide, a market cap of $16B, revenue of more than $5 billion, with products sold in 180 countries. Legrand is listed on the Forbes Global 2000 as one of the world's best employers. For more information, visit legrand.com.

About Legrand North and Central America

Legrand North and Central America (LNCA) employs over 5,000 associates in 60 locations, working in 6 product categories (Electrical Wiring Systems, Building Control Systems, AV, Data Communications, Power Distribution and Control, and Lighting). LNCA offers comprehensive medical, dental and vision coverage. LNCA offers distinctive benefits like high employer 401K match, above-benchmark paid maternity leave, paid time off to volunteer, and an active women's network. LNCA is an employee-centered, growth company with tremendous opportunity. For more information, visit legrand.us.

About Legrand's Building Control Systems Division

Legrand's Building Control Systems (BCS) division includes the Wattstopper and Solarfective product lines. Wattstopper offers the most comprehensive line of simple, scalable and flexible energy efficient lighting controls and solutions for commercial and residential applications. These products, programs, and services have been help

About Legrand

Legrand promotes the reduction of greenhouse gases via its internal "Legrand Climact" project which focuses on three key areas of action: energy management at the industrial sites, eco-design of products, and transport. A carbon footprint carried out in 2004 on three of the Group's sites showed that 80% of their carbon emissions were linked to the materials used to manufacture the products, while 12% were associated with the transport of goods and 8% with the use of energy (building/industrial processes/transport of people). Significant reductions have been achieved each year as a result of the Legrand Climact project (see table below).