[JOB] - Senior interaction Designer - San Jose, California - recruiter for CISCO - Permanent
19 Oct 2009 - 12:58pm
Please post job listed below. Thanks, Brent
(Contact Brent at breroger at cisco.com if you are interested in the job
posting listed below.)
SENIOR INTERACTION DESIGNER
Location: San Jose, California
The Cisco Security Management User Experience team helps design elegant,
powerful, useful, and intuitive interfaces to Cisco security products to
help customers manage, configure, and maintain Cisco Security solutions. The
role of the interaction designer is to design, test, and specify
requirements for user interfaces and user interaction models.
Design work will focus on (but is not limited to) graphical user interfaces
for client applications.
. Prepare user interface specification documents consisting of wireframes,
conceptual models, process flows, navigational maps, mockups, and/or
interaction flow diagrams.
. Synthesize input from product management, engineering, quality assurance,
customer support, systems engineers, customers, and other interaction
designers to design new features and refine and extend existing features.
. Provide design leadership for one of Cisco's Security Management products
including the development of design specifications for complex feature
. Contribute to, define, and enforce a user interface style guide that will
be the foundation for all future security management products.
. The ideal candidate will have strong visual design skills and experience
rapidly prototyping visual designs for products that implement complex
. 3+ years in a senior interaction design, user interface design, human
factors engineering, or information architect position.
. Proven track record developing, delivering, and documenting high-quality
user interface designs for technically complex applications. Knowledge of
security management and system administration tools is a definite plus.
. Exceptional writing and communication skills.
. An understanding of network security products, Internet standards and
enterprise networking topologies is highly desirable.