JOB: Lead Experience Architect - Design, Denver, CO, Full-time Employment

26 Jan 2009 - 5:46pm
5 years ago
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Jason Berumen

Lead Experience Architect

We are looking for a senior level Lead Experience Architect with strong
interests and capabilities in the rapid development of Rich Internet
Applications. The ideal candidate will thrive in a work environment that
requires strong problem solving skills and independent self-direction,
coupled with an aptitude for team collaboration and open communication. The
candidate will also have extensive experience in a fast-paced and innovative
development environment. A thorough understanding of user-centered design
methodologies is a must.


* Gather business requirements, user needs, and visual requirements
* Facilitate key client workshops to solicit feedback and generate
* Guide clients through key design engagements
* Brainstorm best practices and innovation
* Design interaction design diagrams and interface wireframes

* Help define the user model and user interface for new applications
* Develop storyboards and prototypes to communicate UX and design
* Analyze functional and performance requirements to maintain design
* Lead a small team of professional UX Designers
* Strong client-facing presentation and communication skills

Required experience and skills:

* 8 or more years of user interface design experience focused around
visual design for software applications, web, mobile devices, CD-ROMs, or
* 5 or more years as a User Experience lead
* Extensive knowledge of and experience with user interface design
patterns, visual design elements, web technologies, and development
* Demonstrated experience in designing usable applications
* Experience with SaaS platform UI design
* Strong knowledge of MS and Adobe Suite software
* Solid academic background in human-computer interaction or related
field (BS or MS in Computer Science or related field a big plus).
* Strong knowledge of user interface design processes and methodology,
particularly as applied to web-based applications
* Experience with activities and deliverables associated with user
centered design, SDLC, and functional requirements gathering.
* Excellent leadership, communication, project management, and
teamwork skills.

To be considered for this position, please e-mail your resume, links, and
any samples of your work that represent your abilities to
careers at Colorado residents are preferred, but we are
willing to consider off-site positions or relocating someone with the right
skills and experience. You will be asked to show and explain existing UI
design you have created that demonstrates the above requirements. Any
additional artistic or creative work outside of the scope of UI design, even
if it's for personal enjoyment, is definitely a plus for evaluation.

Jason Berumen

Director of Human Resources




26 Jan 2009 - 7:43pm


I just have a quick question as I'm somewhat puzzled by Effective Ui

The spacing between the text is so crowded and the font so small that
even the blog posts say wonderful things, it's basically unreadable.

Is it on purpose so that users subscribe to read the text? Or you
rely on the fact that people make the font readable from their

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3 Feb 2009 - 10:02am
Tim Wood

Hi Alina -

We've recently redesigned our blog and are still iterating on the
format. I've passed your comments onto the team responsible for
managing that site. Thanks for the feedback - the copy is very dense!

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