JOB: Product Manager, Web Experience, Daylife (New York City, Full-time)
10 Apr 2007 - 9:37am
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Product Manager, Web Experience, Daylife
New York City, NY
Daylife has an immediate opening for a product manager for the web
experience to join a growing group of design professionals at this
New York-based startup. Part project manager, part information
architect, part developer, part diplomat, part web aficionado,
possessing equal parts right brain and left brain, this person is a
unique individual. She will demonstrate a depth of experience in
product development practices, with an emphasis on usability,
interaction design, and principles of working with data-driven
content. The successful candidate should be flexible, conscientious,
and self-directed in these efforts.
* Champions the vision for the Daylife website, including business
goals, user experience strategy, and functionality.
* Evaluates all new feature requests against site product goals to
accurately prioritize and schedule them.
* Champions good usability practices, promoting opportunity to engage
users on projects.
* Defines user interface model and translates user needs into
desirable user interfaces.
* Leads the team by introducing new ideas and creative approaches
based on user research and testing.
* Ensures the quality of the website, assuring that content is up-to-
date, editorial guidelines are followed, and it is communicating
* Seeks innovative solutions to ordinary problems.
* Four+ years of applied experience in managing web teams and website
* Two+ years of applied information architecture, interaction design,
or related experience.
* BA/MA in IA, design, human-computer interaction, information
design, technical writing, or user-experience-related field.
* Strong understanding of user research, usability, development, and
Daylife gathers stories of all shapes and sizes from countless
perspectives around the world, and then presents them in a rich
browsable landscape, helping people make connections they never knew
existed. Learn more at http://www.daylife.com/about.