A Senior Experience Designer at Autodesk is a systems thinker, a person confident in their design point of view, a considerate collaborator, a customer advocate, and somebody who is willing and excited to take initiative.
Our Experience Designers use creative problem-solving skills and knowledge in user experience best practices to facilitate their team to think beyond the expected and deliver high-quality experiences our customers will love.
Reporting to an Experience Design Manager in the Building Design Products team, you will work as part of a scrum team working primarily on Revit, our industry-leading Building Information Modeling software, to help enable our Engineering customers to design, analyze, model, fabricate, and eventually build the structural systems that support buildings, bridges, tunnels, and other structures.
This position is in Bucharest, Romania. Our Team : The Building and Infrastructure Design XD team is a worldwide design team supporting products that have more than 2 million monthly active users.
Our tools are critical to our customers day-to-day work, their effectiveness, and their business goals. Our design team members work to make sure we deeply understand our customers’ workflows and create experiences that help them get their work done.
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