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Interaction Designer (with HTML/CSS) (Permanent / Project based)

Discussion in 'HTML & Website Design' started by exvohrm, Dec 14, 2012.

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    At Exvo.com we’re working hard to invent the next steps of the cloud era.
    We’re looking to add an interaction designer (Ideally with CSS/HTML) to our team that is up to this challenge.

    Do you have a track record of building top-notch web interfaces from scratch? With 1.4 million users at the moment and a fast development cycle, your ideas and designs will be viewed by a large number of users.

    We're seeking someone who pays exceptional attention to detail and has a passion for creating attractive and functional online experiences.

    You can work from anywhere, just as long as you love what you do. You will join a team made up of people around the world, who will challenge you to be the best you can be and most of all, have lots of fun in the process.

    For interaction design we mainly use MyBalsamiq and Adobe Fireworks. It would be great if you can code HTML/CSS/JS in order to make your designs come to life.


    Your responsibilities:
    • Create storyboards, communication architecture, wire-frames, visual designs, interaction flows, and interface guidelines
    • Work with user testers to improve designs
    Requirements for the job:
    • Experience with designing web applications and web sites supported by a solid portfolio showcasing superior web interfaces, great sense of design and creativity
    • Ability to work across different product teams and communicate clearly and effectively with colleagues
    • Ability to work with product owners to rapidly prototype and iterate on design solutions
    • Ability to switch easily between different projects, and flexibility to handle a rapidly changing environment while delivering high quality results
    • Ability to quickly experiment and iterate on interface and interaction concepts
    • Ability to analyze the results of AB tests from a design perspective
    • User-centric approach to conceptualizing and crafting designs that meet user needs
    • Be self-motivated and work well independently and with little supervision
    Bonus points if you:
    • Have a passion for information visualization
    • Have a good sense of humor
    • Play well in a collaborative team
    • Are a motivated self-starter
    • Have startup experience
    If you think you fit our requirements and can express your passion for design at Exvo.com we’d love to get to know you!

    To get to know you better we’d appreciate it if you mention your Linkedin-profile in your response. And if you’re applying for work on a per project basis, please list your Freelance rate in the response.

    Please note that we do challenge all candidates to take our test-case to see if their skills meet the needed quality level.

    Send application to hrm [at] exvo [dot] com
     
    exvohrm, Dec 14, 2012 IP
  2. deathshadow

    deathshadow Prominent Member

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    First -- that's a new one on me "Interaction Designer" -- sounds like the WORST of "designer" combined with some of the Lame excuses. Throw in a few "Engaging visual experience" and "target audience" references and you'll have the trifecta of marketspeak gibberish.

    Second, wrong place to advertise for help... since this isn't the marketplace; this is where people discuss building websites and the code used in building websites... So lets do that:

    Given the accessibility train wreck your company has for a site, the ignorant feel-good marketspeak of your post is hardly a surprise -- what with it's "WCAG?!? What's that?" design, painfully slow page load from it's megabyte plus size in a whopping 78 files, half a megabyte (full meg uncompressed) of javascript for nothing, and general "How not to build a website" that would make a great case study of everything wrong with development today.
     
    deathshadow, Dec 14, 2012 IP