interaction design contracting opportunity

10 May 2004 - 6:50pm
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jstanford
2003

Hello,

You've heard me comment on stuff on this list...now the question is, do you
want to work with me and argue about design in person? (and, if someone
wants to proof the grammar in this email and let me know how poor it is,
feel free)

My two person design consultancy , Sliced Bread Design (
<http://www.slicedbreaddesign.com/> www.slicedbreaddesign.com) is looking
for people for short and long term contracts. Currently, we are looking
for folks who are interested in doing very detailed, low level design work
on the nitty gritty interactions of complex, interesting, interfaces. In the
future, we will also need folks who are good at high level conceptual work,
conducting contextual inquiries, and possibly participating in some client
meetings. All of the work is on a contract basis and can be done from the
comfort of your own home with intermittent meetings at our offices in either
Mountain View or San Jose (in California). We work on many consumer and
enterprise applications in the domains of web, voice, and desktop so we are
looking for people who have specific experience in these areas. Also, we do
our wireframing for web and desktop apps in HTML so knowledge of Dreamweaver
is a must. This article on Boxes and Arrows gives some insight into our
design approach:
<http://www.boxesandarrows.com/archives/html_wireframes_and_prototypes_all_g
ain_and_no_pain.php>
http://www.boxesandarrows.com/archives/html_wireframes_and_prototypes_all_ga
in_and_no_pain.php

If this seems like something up your alley, read our official description of
what we are looking for below and then follow the instructions at the end of
the post on where to reply.

-- Julie Stanford

Sliced Bread Design

User interface design contract opportunity
We are looking for individuals to help us design the user experience for
online, voice, desktop and mobile products and services. Ideally, we would
like to establish relationships with individuals who we would call on as
needed on an hourly or project basis. To find out more about our company,
visit <http://www.slicedbreaddesign.com/> www.slicedbreaddesign.com

Responsibilities include:
- designing detailed user interfaces for a wide variety of online, voice,
mobile, and desktop applications
- following a user-centered design process to quickly user test and iterate
designs
- conducting user interviews to understand their needs and goals
- reviewing applications for adherence to standards and generally accepted
principles of good design
- conducting user requirements and workflow analysis
- creating HTML prototypes using Dreamweaver
- creating screen designs using Fireworks or Photoshop
- creating flow diagrams and site maps
- understanding complex business scenarios and functionality requirements
for enterprise software products
- writing design specifications

This positions requires:
- 2-5 years experience
- ability to work from home, but occasionally come in to our offices in San
Jose and Mountain View
- flexible schedule
- proficiency with Dreamweaver, Photoshop, Fireworks, and Illustrator
- basic understanding of technologies that influence UI design including
JSP, ASP, XML, and Java
- experience with complex web-based applications and/or voice interfaces a
plus
- excellent interpersonal, time management, and communication skills
- reliability

How to apply
To apply for this position, please send an email to info
<mailto:julie at slicedbreaddesign.com> @slicedbreaddesign.com with your resume
in the text of the message (not as an attachment) and a link to your
portfolio. Also, please including the following information in your email:
1) Your availability
2) The types of interfaces you have worked on (i.e. web, voice, desktop,
mobile, etc.)
3) Your hourly rate
4) What types of projects you would like to work on

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