Senior Experience Designer

Toronto, ON

The EY Design Studio is a small but rapidly growing and highly motivated design team in Toronto, and we are looking for a Senior Experience Designer to join us.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Demonstrate the information architecture and interaction design skills necessary to support client work
  • Responsible for interaction design, task flow, behaviour, and navigation design
  • Create deliverables such as sitemaps and wireframes
  • Ideate, sketch, and prototype for desktop, tablet and mobile devices
  • Perform competitive reviews and experience evaluations
  • Actively collaborate in cross-disciplinary idea generation and client co-creation sessions
  • Articulate rationale for approach in the context of both business and user needs
  • Highly focused on process, as well as deliverables, mindful of the role of UX throughout the project lifecycle

Qualifications, Certifications & Education:


  • Degree in interaction design, human-computer interaction or industrial design preferred
  • Degree in a related field, such as library science, graphic design, animation or architecture considered. Minor in Psychology, English, History, Anthropology a plus.


  • 2-4 years of experience working on complex software or transactional or e-commerce experiences, with medium to large-sized teams, preferably in a cross disciplinary digital agency
  • Strong familiarity with standard UX toolset
  • Highly proficient at creating UX artifacts and deliverables
  • Actively participate in sketching and ideation sessions
  • Working knowledge of agile and waterfall methodologies, responsive web, atomic design and design systems

Experience with the Following Tools:

Axure, InVision and Sketch.


  • Focused, manage time effectively and meet deadlines
  • Highly collaborative with strategy, research, analytics, visual design, content & copy and interactive / presentation layer (front-end) development
  • Foster collaboration
  • Actively participate in team and client meetings
  • Receptive to constructive criticism
  • Complete self-reviews