Thursday, December 6, 2012

Sr. Interaction/UX Designer; Greater Boston Area/Rte. 128 North - up to $100k

Sr. Interaction/UX Designer
Greater Boston Area
(Car required)

$80-100k + bonus
 


We are seeking experienced, collaborative interaction designers to join our growing user experience team and plan, refine and implement, user interfaces for existing and new web-based, SaaS products and services. If you are passionate about web application, mobile and product design and enjoy working in a highly collaborative team-based environment, this is a great opportunity for you. (Yes, I used "collaborative twice in the same paragraph intentionally! This place is really THAT collaborative.)

Day to Day's:

  • Drive development of web application interaction design from conceptualization through implementation
  • Define user interfaces, produce design concepts, create wireframes and mockups based on business requirements, translating product strategy into design concepts that meet brand standards, user goals and business objectives
  • Utilize user research, usability testing, contextual interviewing, survey writing and evaluation to ensure maximum user empathy/efficiency
  • Create mock-ups for internal reviews and usability testing
  • Present ideas and concepts to peers and clients, and apply feedback/direction to make appropriate revisions to your work accordingly
  • Champion the user experience strategy and vision set by the UX team
Skills and Experience:

  • 5 + years Experience working on enterprise-scale, multi-tier, web-based commercial software applications. 
  • 5+ years  experience with rich-client interfaces; preferably browser-based 
  • Must have experience working on product UXD as well as some application and mobile
  • Passionate about customer focused research and applying it to create effective interaction designs.
  • Proficient in Adobe Creative Suite 4, 5; HTML/CSS experience a big plus
  • Exceptional interpersonal, collaborative and creative problem solving skills
  • Working in an agile development process
  • Experience designing mobile interfaces is a big plus
  • Bachelor's Degree or equivalent in design related field including interaction design, industrial design or human computer interaction.
  • Highly knowledgeable of accepted practices in web application design; passionate about interaction design trends and emerging technologies
  • Portfolio required - Recommended portfolio samples include wireframes, schematics, presentations, prototypes (visio, omnigraffle or hand-coded prototypes using HTML, CSS, PHP and/or AJAX preferred), use case scenarios, user research, usability test plans, user research, site maps, brainstorming sessions and notes, etc. that walk viewer through business challenge/project from start through completion and show us how you think! Portfolio must contain project work that relates to product and/or application; mobile design samples a big plus! 
$1000 Referral Bonu$:
Know someone who would be great for this gig? Send him/her my way (Must include name, email address and phone number) and if I can successfully place him/her in this role, you will receive a
$1000 referral bonus!
 

Please note that I will mention your name when contacting the referred candidate, unless you direct me otherwise.

 
Interested?
  Send resume, target salary and online portfolio to CarolTaylorRecruits(at)gmail(dot)com


All resumes must be accompanied by a portfolio.  

We will treat your portfolio as proprietary confidential material and 
will only show it to the Hiring Manager with your permission. 
We will not respond to any resumes submitted without a portfolio.

OTHER:
Resumes must include city state where candidate currently resides; local candidates only. No relocation is available at this time and client will not interview out of state talent. Sorry!
No agency talent please
No offshore/remote/freelance talent please
At this time, our client cannot provide visa assistance
Due to the high volume of resumes received, we will only respond to those meeting the above criteria. Thank you for understanding. 



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