JOB: interaction design for Squishymedia, Portland OR

21 May 2010 - 3:17pm
3 years ago
2 replies
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E. Miller
2006

Hello IxDA'ers,

We're on the lookout for a talented information designer. We're a
small web development firm specializing in projects for healthcare and
public sector organizations. We do interesting and challenging
projects for smart clients who want to make positive contributions to
their communities. We don't sell stuff, we like to play with ideas
instead.

Over the next few months we need someone to jump in on:

-- design for a sitelet for a scientific communications publication -- design for a site for a marine science communications consultancy -- design for a consumer-oriented health care quality information site -- design upgrades for a neuroscience research web application -- help us get our 80% done Squishy site live (current site is seven
years old. I know, I know, I know.)

The ideal candidate is a locally based contractor with at least five
years experience doing sophisticated interaction design projects with
an emphasis on clarity, usability, and utility. This is not an entry
level gig.

Freelance 1099 position to start. Candidates can potentially work
remotely but MUST be based in the US and be US citizens (sorry, legal
requirements from our government contracts) or for local UX people we
might be looking at temp-to-perm options. Plus if you're local you
can drink our beer with us. We're nice. Admittedly geeky on
occasion, yes, but nice.

Interested? Please send links to your work, rate card, and a CV
directly to Eric at eric@squishymedia.com. Don't reply to this email,
it goes into a black hole of infrequently checked email...

Thanks!

Comments

25 May 2010 - 12:44pm
Joe Sokohl
2004

Please move this discussion post to the Job Board. thank you.

1 Jun 2010 - 2:05pm
dawa riley
2007

Hi Eric,
I came across your post on the IXDA mailing list. If this opportunity is still available or you know of anyone else hiring/good places to look, please let me know.
I'm an experienced IA/UX/ID person interested in finding out what contract opportunitiesexist in the Portland area. I have an extensive 8+ year work history for companies suchas Adobe, Skype, Microsoft and Razorfish. I'll be in the Portland area this week and next meeting and able to meet with recruiters/employers.
I am a US citizen :)
I'm attaching my current resume. 
Thanks,
Dawa
On Fri, May 21, 2010 at 2:47 PM, E. Miller <subscriptionbox@squishymedia.com> wrote:

Hello IxDA'ers,

We're on the lookout for a talented information designer. We're a
small web development firm specializing in projects for healthcare and
public sector organizations. We do interesting and challenging
projects for smart clients who want to make positive contributions to
their communities. We don't sell stuff, we like to play with ideas
instead.

Over the next few months we need someone to jump in on:

-- design for a sitelet for a scientific communications publication
-- design for a site for a marine science communications consultancy
-- design for a consumer-oriented health care quality information site
-- design upgrades for a neuroscience research web application
-- help us get our 80% done Squishy site live (current site is seven
years old. I know, I know, I know.)

The ideal candidate is a locally based contractor with at least five
years experience doing sophisticated interaction design projects with
an emphasis on clarity, usability, and utility. This is not an entry
level gig.

Freelance 1099 position to start. Candidates can potentially work
remotely but MUST be based in the US and be US citizens (sorry, legal
requirements from our government contracts) or for local UX people we
might be looking at temp-to-perm options. Plus if you're local you
can drink our beer with us. We're nice. Admittedly geeky on
occasion, yes, but nice.

Interested? Please send links to your work, rate card, and a CV
directly to Eric at eric@squishymedia.com. Don't reply to this email,
it goes into a black hole of infrequently checked email...

Thanks!

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