The Director of User Experience & Site Optimization will build & lead
VistaPrint's European team of information architects, site
optimization and usability specialists in developing world-class user
interfaces based on iterative design, testing, and customer research.
The team leads user interface design for our 14 localized European
Your objective is to drive improvements to conversion rate, average
order value, and lifetime value of VistaPrint's customers.
Does anyone have any samples of a good UX vision statement? Everyone
talks about how important it is to have a good UX vision, but I
can't find anything that defines exactly what a "good UX vision"
is. I've been trying to develop one from scratch and I'm not sure
how it should be structured or what it should contain. Should it
contain specifics like "we need a dedicated UX group in our company
that all our design teams can use"? I don't want it to be
product-centered, because we build a whole range of applications.
This has been on my mind a lot lately. I feel like our process is
very fast and accomplishes the right things, but I don't have much
to compare it to. It'd really mean a lot to me to know your
company's design process and to gather any feedback you have on the
process I outline below. I'm looking for ways to improve what we
So here's how we do design at onegreatfamily.com:
We are a small company, we have 8 developers. We consider ourselves
an "Agile/Scrum" shop. We have 2 designers, one assigned to the
windows app and one assigned to the website.
I am one of two interaction designers at a hardware company, and am
curious about the interaction design teams who work at software
companies and develop application software. What are the average
team sizes for the development of the User Interface and
Saw a very brief demo of a *reality* browser on TV last week via Brink on the Science Channel (which btw also had an excellent demo by Bill Buxton & the MS Office Labs 2019 vision--posted elsewhere on this forum).
Basically it seems to be mobile browser (served as an app) which in real time mashes-up digital content (information) and physical context---it's called Layar and seems to be live in the Netherlands.
Very, very cool stuff was curious to know if there were any thoughts or if anyone has had first hand experience with something like this.
We’ve been working with Adobe, AIGA/NY & the Freelancers Union to put together a “pop-up” event of sorts. Basically it will be a 2-day series of workshops and masterclasses all focused on web interface design---called DELVE:UI (http://www.delvenyc.com).
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