Interaction designers must understand and refine client strategy and
develop content and functionality that meets both client objectives and
user goals. They must collaborate with visual designers and programmers
to develop information architecture and user interfaces, and create
proposals, functional specification, flowcharts, and schematics.
Interaction designers act as the "users advocate" and are responsible
for conceptual development.
Work experience requirements:
Qualified people have 2-3 years experience developing interactive sites,
products and services. A good understanding of user-centered design
principles. Must be able to demonstrate an understanding of interaction
design process and skills. The ability to collaborate actively with
others in a cross-functional team. Must be organized, able to act
independently, and able to switch rapidly between different projects in
a fast-paced and exciting environment. Must have good client
presentation skills and writing skills. Must have an eye for detail and
be able to put ideas into a tangible form. Must be familiar with
InDesign, Photoshop, and Illustrator.
Undergraduate or postgraduate degree in any of the following: HCI,
Interaction Design, Industrial Design, Computer Science, Media Studies,
Graphic Design, and/or related fields.
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