Interaction Designers - NYC

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Date: Nov 03, 2004 - 01:06 PM
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Interaction Designers needed in NYC

You have worked at least 4 years designing interactive experiences, including information architecture, user interface, and information design. Or you have a degree from an undergraduate or graduate human factors program with 1 to 2 years of related work. You have conducted research, generated audience insights, and created customer experiences. Your skills should include:

Interaction Design:

- Analysis and modeling of audiences, processes & tasks
- Information architecture
- Conceptual and functional user interface design
- Documentation, such as site maps, wireframes, flow charts or use cases, functional & presentation specifications, and style guides


- Partnership with technology on design feasibility
- Partnership with design team on content and visual design integrity

Research and Analysis:

- Planning and conducting research
- Application of research methodology to research plans
- Analysis and implementation of research findings
- Competitive or content assessments

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