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Flickr is looking for a UX designer who is excited to create new experiences for a passionate, global photography community.
You should be a strong collaborator with experience working across the product life cycle from concept to launch and beyond. You have confidence in your intuition and test your assumptions at every stage of design with both user research and product metrics. You're a self-starter with initiative and speed, able to partner with product to define and execute the right design strategy to meet user needs.
You enjoy creating clean, simple, yet delightful experiences, while maintaining a comprehensive design system to support them. You have had experience putting your knowledge of design best practices to use through multiple product launches across different device platforms.
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Flickr aims to thrill customers around the world-and building a diverse team is essential to our success. We seek employees with a variety of backgrounds and perspectives. And we're committed to providing equal opportunities and cultivating an inclusive culture. We believe that embracing diversity is integral to innovation and progress.
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