I am trying to figure how companies around the globe describe people
they want to hire, and how they call each function.
Please, if possible, send your answers to contact at ixdasp.org with
title + job descriptions for:
- Interaction Designers
- Information Architects
- User Experience person
- Usability person
- Experience architects
- or let us know which name/description the company you work for
use to refer to professionals working with IA, Usability and IxD.
This client is willing to cover flight/hotel/expenses for the right
designer who can work onsite in Houston for the next 4 months.
Project is working on internal tools for a large company and requires
someone to have viewable samples of detailed, complex design
Impact is huge due to client's size and you'll really be able to
make an impact in their system design, customer/client experience and
This is a Management position for an experienced UI Designer with
experience driving content strategy for a better customer journey in
an online space.
This role will collaborate with lnformation architects, user
interface designers, researchers, the development team, and program
If you're looking to lead a team and the lynch-pin in developing a
buttoned up internal processes, as well as foster the growth within a
talented UX team and uphold the vision for the end product, then we
would love to hear from you.
Ideally, this candidate has experience with a retail industry an
This role is for an IA who can demonstrate proven ability to design
for complex, transactional web experiences. The team is a very tight
group that works collaboratively on huge financial properties. It's
a unique opportunity to experience designing for such a huge
The other great advantage this provides is that you'll be working
within an org that has a mature and deeply invested stake in UX
adoption. No fighting for UX integration here! UX leads the design
from inception. Seriously!
The role is going to require hands-on work designing wires, specs,
When you work on two sites that that share the same goals, top tasks
and audience; would try to come up with THE optimal architecture and
interactions for both and just play around with their
aesthetics/branding to make them look different? or would you
experiment with each of them until they end up with different layouts
This is becoming an issue with some of my projects, since I keep
reusing layouts that worked.
We're looking for a junior information architect / user experience
designer to join Bunnyfoot Edinburgh. We're a user centred design
agency (particularly skilled with usability testing), we work with
friendly clients and have some stellar projects in the works. Recent
work by Bunnyfoot UK includes http://www.vhiphotels.co.uk/ , and up
here at Bunnyfoot Edinburgh we're working on some interesting stuff