Job: Interaction Designer - Location: NYC; Duration: Recurring Short term Contracts - Recruiter: Ariel Partners

26 Apr 2007 - 1:18pm
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bcopello at ari...
2006

Interactive Designer
>
> An Interactive Designer with proficiency in Graphic Design is
> required to augment an existing design team that is part of an over all
> Software Product Development project comprised of Analyst, Developers,
> Architects, Testers and Configuration management professionals.
>
> The product is an Enterprise scale, web-based; Time and Attendance
> Workforce Management System.
>
> The Interaction Designer would work with the design team and concentrate
> in creating Wireframe's, establishing color schemes and
> designing an enhance interactive and static icons; providing high quality
> and consistency. As this is a full Software Product / highly
> Interactive; Web-based application and system; the position requires
> previous experience in an Interaction/Application design setting; as
> opposed to E-Commerce or Corporate Web site design. Knowledge and
> experience with Information/Transitional and page flows to create a
> consistent user experience is required.
>
> Required
>
> * Expertise in Graphic Design tools i.e. Photoshop, illustrator, etc.
> * Design layout tools to create wireframes: i.e. Visio, other
> * Must have Interactive design experience in an application design
> context; i.e. fluent in information- interface-page transition / flow
> * Creative resource; ability to adapt and incorporate original ideas
> and concepts; detailed renderings of interactive icons to assure quality high resolution
>
>
> The location is midtown near Penn Station in NYC.
This is long term product development; and this role can be a recurring short term stints on site; will work around a free lance designers current work load. Great rates!!

Please reply to this email or forward email resumes directly to:
recruiting at arielpartners.com for immediate review and consideration.

Regards,
bcopello at arielpartners.com

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