JOB - User Interaction Designer - San Antonio, TX - Recruiter - Full Time
26 Jul 2007 - 12:59pm
User Interaction Designer
I have a permanent position for a User Interaction Designer in San
Antonio, Texas. This opportunity is with a great company and they are
scheduling phone interviews immediately. The position pays a very
competitive salary range with a 15% bonus. The company pays full
relocation also (if needed). If you are interested, please call me or
e-mail me a current resume and we can discuss this great opportunity for
a User Interaction Designer in San Antonio.
Here's the job description:
PURPOSE OF JOB
Provides specialized user interaction design expertise throughout web
application development lifecycle.
1. Develops and refines user experience. Adheres to corporate branding
and interaction design requirements.
2. Selects content and placement. Develops navigational schemes,
transactional user interfaces and user messaging functions. Determines
selection and placement of internal and external content links. Provides
content writing and/or editorial review. Determines graphic and other
3. Ensures all interaction design deliverables meet established criteria
including project requirements, web ''common look and feel'' standards,
corporate branding guidelines, web technical standards and
legal/regulatory requirements. Assures all design deliverables are
4. Participates in usability activities, user feedback analysis and
general site usage analysis to determine effectiveness.
5. Coaches and leads other team members involved in project design tasks
including matrixed groups and their party sources.
6. Communicates frequently with project management, usability regarding
web design considerations.
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