SAIC is seeking a UX Researcher to evaluate
the usability of websites, intranet sites, and applications through user
research studies (e.g.; usability studies, creation of user personas,
participatory design, surveys, heuristic evaluations, etc.). Using the research
conducted, provide recommendations to design and development team members to
create accessible, user-centered products.
research on websites, software applications, and mobile apps for NGA’s web
enterprises to enhance the NGA user’s experience.
test plans across the design cycle from concept phase to post-release
web research studies (e.g., usability studies, creation of personas, and
cognitive walkthroughs) to design user-centered test plans across the
design cycle from concept phase to post-release evaluations.
quantitative and qualitative UX research methodologies to convey complex
technical and business requirements.
research through usability testing, interviews, card sorting, and other
industry methodologies. Based on that research, provide data-driven
reports, in a variety of formats, to diverse audiences.
deliver UX educational and informational briefs.
and incorporate UX research techniques such as observations, understandings,
analysis, interviews, surveys, questionnaires, card sorts, usability
tests, tree tests, and A/B testing to prove or disprove assumptions, find
commonalities across our target audience members, and recognize their
needs, goals, and mental models in the NGA digital space either live or
research findings via written reports and oral presentations.
usability testing methods of web user research studies (e.g., usability
studies, creation of user profiles or personas, participatory design,
surveys, heuristic evaluations, and cognitive walkthroughs).
degree and 9 plus years of experience.
experience applying product usability moderating and/or test method
experience integrating consumer research into a business’s product design
experience with product usability testing tools.
experience utilizing methodology concepts for analysis and brief findings
to organizations as necessary.