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UX Designer

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Bullhorn is the leading provider of CRM software to relationship-driven businesses. Our engineers use modern technologies in agile development to innovate and create the future of our product suite. With over 350,000 users you can be sure that your work will have a big impact! Bullhorn is looking for a talented, passionate and naturally curious UX Designer to join our Development Team. This candidate must be the type of designer who likes to take initiative and thrives in a fast-paced, collaborative work environment while maintaining an impeccable design sense and attention to detail.


UX Designer

#artificialintelligence

Bullhorn is the leading provider of CRM software to relationship-driven businesses. Our engineers use modern technologies in agile development to innovate and create the future of our product suite. With over 350,000 users you can be sure that your work will have a big impact! Bullhorn is looking for a talented, passionate and naturally curious UX Designer to join our Development Team. This candidate must be the type of designer who likes to take initiative and thrives in a fast-paced, collaborative work environment while maintaining an impeccable design sense and attention to detail.


Behind every great chatbot there's a great Conversation Designer

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Have you ever wondered how chatbots can understand natural language and answer using the same linguistic code? The answer is simple: behind every chatbot there's a human being or a team of human beings (often) called Conversation Designers, who give them a human voice. The bases of any frictionless interaction are the ability to understand unambiguously and the ability to answer accordingly. Human-Chatbot communication makes no exception. A chatbot understands messages thanks to NLP technologies that analyze and interpret natural languages using complex Machine Learning algorithms.


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Des Nnochiri has a Master's Degree (MEng) in Civil Engineering with Architecture, and spent several years at the Architectural Association, in London. He views technology with a designer's eye, and is very keen on software and solutions which put a new wrinkle on established ideas and practices. He now writes for markITwrite across the full spectrum of corporate tech and design. In previous lives, he has served as a Web designer, and an IT consultant to The Learning Paper, a UK-based charity extending educational resources to underprivileged youngsters in West Africa.


UX Design is not UI Design -- this is not what we should be talking about

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Ever since I started learning about UI/UX/IxD and all those tech buzzwords, I came across a lot of blogs, articles and pictures that illustrates about the difference between UI Design and UX Design. As a fresh new student in this field, I was initially more passionate about UX Design because it looked as if it was more relative to psychology (which I got a Bachelor's degree in) and less about what was known as GUI (or UI). I thought UI Design would be far, far from me since I didn't learn anything about any of those in college. So, I focused more on learning about UX rather than UI and to be honest, I thought UX was more cooler and important than UI. Moreover, it was common to see people around me, raising up their voices about the importance of UX in every little things and how UI can sometimes be less important.