Discover the roles in design by specialty within the bank.
To represent concepts and ideas in a visual way attending different fidelity levels (from sketching to user interface visual design) to facilitate the exploration and decision-making. Ensure graphic excellence and brand consistency.
To design digital interactions for the users by participating on its definition, information architecture and technical fit and organizing the flow of actions to help the user understand the product and make it accessible and intuitive to use.
To plan and manage content for services and products. Produce content and texts clear, concise, and useful to help and guide the user throughout their journeys. Work closely with design and marketing teams to create corporate style guidelines.
The use of a holistic approach to create products and services, with an objective to define its value proposition and make it tangible.
Plans, produces and manages the contents of services and products. Produces clear, concise and useful content and text to assist and guide the user along their journey.
To stand for user interface design from the technology side. They craft and code the front-end of software and applications understanding the organization technology, platforms, and resources. To make technology more easy and accessible to users.
To support the design team project plan definition and knowledge management. To look for design resources, budget allocation and its follow up. To have a holistic project view and maintain constant communication and relationship building with the team and stakeholders to support connections and knowledge exchange.
General technical skills
General technical design skills are those shared by all people on the design team regardless of their sub-discipline or specialty. They are the foundation of design practice.
If you are employee of the design team in BBVA and want to know more about our skill model and design skills to date, find out more in this presentation.