JOB: Senior Interaction Designer / San Francisco / DesignMap, Inc. / Full-time Position

5 May 2010 - 3:12pm
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DesignMap, Inc. is looking for a senior interaction designer who will want to help grow our studio and be a critical member of our team. 

We differentiate our studio by the close partnerships we form with our long-term clients. There is no revolving door of designers here. Tailoring design process and constantly adapting techniques are what we pride ourselves on. There is no trademarked process here. 

We are not a marketing-centric agency. We don't use jargon. We do bring our deep experience base and bespoke user experience design approach to every project, large and small. 

Senior Interaction Design Role

  • Demonstrable user experience design approach, methods, and tools.
  • Research and analyze website and application spaces.
  • Visualize mental and product models.
  • Execute best practice user interface and interaction.
  • Create specifications for design systems.
  • Partner closely with product, business, and engineering.
  • Manage junior designers.


  • 4+ years of direct, relevant experience designing for both content websites and web-based applications.
  • Expert at Photoshop and Illustrator. We never draw wireframes in anything other than Creative Suite.
  • Excellent at communicating design concepts.
  • Demonstrable ability to understand complex business and technical requirements.


  • Ability to work in a close knit design team.
  • Innate balance of form and function.
  • Ability to elegantly design information.
  • Truly enjoy design, in all forms.
  • Refuses to use catch-phrase design terminology.
  • Able to work autonomously.

Provide a Text/PDF version of your resume and portfolio of work to jobs (at) designmap (dot) com. 

We would like to see a range of final deliverables and interim deliverables created during the course a project. 

Please take the time to peruse our site and project work, and create a cover email that introduces yourself. Use boilerplate copy at your own peril.

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