Intercom is going really well for us. So much so that we need help. Our design team previously consisted of myself & Eoghan. But we can't give design or UI the time it deserves any more. We've recently hired a fantastic visual designer, and we're looking to pair him with a fantastic UX person. The role is pure UX, no clients, pitches, or proposals. You'll be working with our visual designer, myself and Eoghan (CEO) to make Intercom the most usable beautiful web application in the space.
I wanted to just take a second to say hello. I have been
lucky enough to be a part of the London UX community for a number of years now,
helping practitioners to manage their careers, know their options within the
marketplace, and how to get to where they want to be, as well as helping
companies of all shapes and sizes structure and populate their UX teams.
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I thought I'd pass along this announcement to the IXDA community about
registration opening for edUi 2012. The call for
proposals is currently open as well.
What is edUi?
edUi is a conference for web professionals serving colleges,
universities, libraries, museums, and other institutions of learning.
Our focus is primarily on user interface and user experience
The 2012 conference is happening Sept. 24-26 in Richmond, VA.
My agency is losing a project manager and I was told he will not be replaced. My role as a user experience designer normally has meant that I complete my deliverables and submit them to my project manager. The void that will be left when my project manager leaves will now be filled by myself, the creative director and another person. I need help with my new duties.