job/ Senior User Interface Designer/Prototyper l Intuit l FTE l Mountain View, CA

22 Nov 2007 - 2:45am
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Nancy Falkenburg

Are you skilled in developing rapid prototypes of user experiences? Can you
think conceptually as well as practically about new and better ways that
that software can help people in their daily lives.

Intuit has an exceptional opportunity for a designer/prototyper to work with
a team developing next generation products within the Small Business Division at Intuit.
We are looking for someone is collaborative and who can not only think in
innovative ways about the changing nature of starting and running small
businesses, but who can translate these ideas into compelling prototypes
that can serve as objects of analysis and be tested with people in
real-world contexts.

Ideal candidate will:
-be intrigued with the possibility of designing new tools for helping people
create and manage small business -have a solid design background, with an
emphasis on interaction design -be able to create rapid "behavioral"
prototypes in using a variety of authoring tools -- especially Actionscript
and Flex.
-be able to serve as a bridge between the user experience design team and
the engineering team in terms of defining design principles and standards
-be able to communicate his or her ideas clearly and effectively
Qualifications : Requirements and Qualifications:
-Graduate and/or undergraduate degree in interaction and visual design
-Familiarity with basic economic concepts as pertains to small business
-Seven or more years total industry experience -Five plus years application
product experience with an emphasis on rapid behavioral prototyping.
Experience in shipping high-volume, high-profile, or award-winning software
products preferred
- Knowledge of platform specific user interface guidelines and interaction
design patterns
- Experience with desktop and/or web applications required; familiarity with
mobile technologies a plus
- Strong portfolio available for viewing

CONTACT INFORMATION: nancy_falkenburg at

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