JOB: User Experience Designer I San Diego I DIGITARIA I Fulltime

27 Jul 2009 - 7:03pm
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Julia Hinger

Digitaria is looking for a User Experience Designer for our San Diego
The User Experience Designer role mainly focuses on examining user's
needs and client's business challenges and translating them into
solutions to improve online processes and experiences.
A UX Designer is expected to have a good understanding of Human
Computer Interaction principles and usability best practices. Good
knowledge of visual and interaction design principles is desired,
plus familiarity with modern web design and development tools and
UX Designers work closely with project team members, communicating
ideas and concepts and help guide a project to completion with any
initial goals and concepts in mind.
If you are comfortable juggling multiple projects and tasks at a
time, working in a fast paced environment, bring with you a positive
attitude and a sense of humor you might be the one we are looking

As a member of the User Experience Team you would be expected to:
- Establish structured systems for information architecture,
navigation, and user interactions
- Develop and extend user research, personas, scenarios, competitive
analyses, gap analyses, prioritization documents, interaction
diagrams, wireframes, site maps, prototypes, and usability tests
- Work on your own and with the project team to come up with ideas
and concepts that combine business and creative goals

- Experience in the field of User Experience Design
- Experience translating research into sound design decisions
- Good presentation skills and attention to detail
- Familiarity with usability testing would be a plus
- Familiarity with commonly used wireframing tools, especially

Digitaria provides competitive salaries, excellent benefits, 401k,
and is headquartered in San Diego's Gaslamp Quarter. This is an
in-house position and candidates must reside in or be willing to
relocate to San Diego.
Please contact us at iwanttowork at and include your
resume, salary history and where you heard about this position.
Please put "User Experience Designer" in the subject line of your

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