JOB: Web Developer / User Interface Developer (SRA International, Inc., Washington, DC, Full-time)
1 Oct 2007 - 9:16pm
Web Developer / User Interface Developer
- Develops the code for the User Interfaces for in-house, custom
- Produces designs for new and enhanced user interfaces using HTML
mockups, wireframes, page flows, interaction diagrams, etc.
- Participate in the software development team as the UI developer and
also as user advocate on the teams
- Maintains set of user interface standards for in-house applications by
documenting and following common web page design patterns and CSS styles
- Demonstrates and applies subject matter knowledge of design principles
to create effective, efficient, and engaging products.
- Develops effective information and navigation architecture to promote
user's ability to navigate and find needed functionality. Ensure room
for growth as applications expand.
- Develops interfaces that meet Section 508 standards and accessibility
- Interface with the SRA-wide User Experience group to connect with
- 6-9 years of experience
- Bachelor degree in Computer Science, Information Systems, or related
field with studies in human-computer interaction or user experience
- Must provide portfolio of sites or applications developed.
- Experience in the following technologies: XHTML, Cascading Style
- Experienced with Dreamweaver, Visio, Eclipse IDE, and Photoshop or
other graphics program
- Understand, apply, and promote research- and application-based
usability standards and best practices.
- Demonstrate and apply knowledge and understanding of Section 508
standards and accessibility objectives.
SRA is a leading provider of information technology services and
solutions - including strategic consulting; systems design, development
and integration; and outsourcing and managed services - to clients in
national security, civil government, and health care and public health.
SRA International, Inc. has been recognized by FORTUNE magazine as one
of the "100 Best Companies to Work For" for the seventh consecutive