JOB: Information Architect at Behavior (New York, NY)

17 Apr 2007 - 1:51pm
9 years ago
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Christopher Fahey
2005

Hello IxDA,

Behavior is looking for both freelance and staff lead-level Information
Architects to work on projects for the next 6-10 weeks, and to join our
team permanently. There are several Lead IA opportunities at this time.

[Behavior is a growing web design firm in NYC, with blue-chip clients, a
great leadership team, and a deep commitment to excellence. Visit our
site to get a feel for the kind of work we do:
http://www.behaviordesign.com ]

We are seeking talented and enthusiastic Information Architects to grow
with us, to make great products -- and to impress our clients! Good
candidates will have experience in core IA activities: interaction
design, user research, functional specifications, business analysis,
content planning, etc. Ideally, you will have worked formally as an
information architect for 2 or more years and are deeply familiar with
the role, responsibilities, and deliverables.

Multi-faceted candidates are preferred: strong copywriting, design, or
coding skills are all major plusses.

Ultimately, you should show us that you have a passion for great user
experience design and a desire to be on the leading edge of the field.

Salary/rates commensurate with experience -- staff benefits include
healthcare and 401k.

Please contact me directly to discuss the position further. Send
resumes, URLs, etc., to this email address:
chris.fahey at behaviordesign.com

Basic candidate requirements:
- Live and work in the NYC metro area.
- 4+ years experience as an information architect,
interaction/experience designer, user researcher, or similar position.
- Must show examples of many, if not all, of the following types of
deliverables:
- Use Cases/Scenarios
- User Personas/Task Analysis
- Site Maps, Wireframes, Process Flows (naturally)
- Business Analysis/Features/Requirements
- Functional Specifications
- Strong collaborative instincts and good teamwork skills
- Good communication, both spoken, written, and graphically

Thanks very much!
-Cf

Christopher Fahey
____________________________
Behavior
chris.fahey at behaviordesign.com
http://www.behaviordesign.com
me: http://www.graphpaper.com

Comments

5 Dec 2005 - 4:08am
Christopher Fahey
2005

Hello,

Behavior is looking for a staff-level Information Architect to join our
team. We are, however, open to candidates seeking contract/freelance work as
well.

[Behavior is a growing web design firm in NYC, with blue-chip clients, a
great leadership team, and a deep commitment to excellence. Visit our site
to get a feel for the kind of work we do: http://www.behaviordesign.com ]

We are seeking a talented and enthusiastic Information Architect to grow
with us, to make great products -- and to impress our clients! Good
candidates will have experience in most core IA activities: interaction
design, user research, functional specifications, business analysis, content
planning, etc. Ideally, you will have worked formally as an information
architect for 2 or more years and are familiar with the role,
responsibilities, and deliverables. Multi-faceted candidates are preferred:
strong copywriting, design, or coding skills are all major plusses. But
ultimately, you should show us that you have a passion for great user
experience design and a desire to be on the leading edge of the field.
Salary/rates commensurate with experience, staff benefits include healthcare
and 401k.

Please contact me directly to discuss the position further. Send resumes,
URLs, etc., to this email address:
chris.fahey at behaviordesign.com

Basic candidate requirements:
--> Live and work in the NYC metro area.
--> 2+ years experience as an information architect, interaction/experience
designer, user researcher, or similar position.
--> Must show examples of many of the following types of deliverables:
-- Use Cases/Scenarios
-- User Personas/Task Analysis
-- Site Maps, Wireframes, Process Flows (naturally)
-- Business Analysis/Features/Requirements
-- Functional Specifications
--> Strong collaborative instincts and good teamwork skills
--> Good communication, both spoken, written, and graphically
--> Be well-read in IA trends and involved in the IA community.

Thanks very much!

Christopher Fahey
____________________________
Behavior
http://www.behaviordesign.com

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