Job Opportunity: Contract Interaction Designer (Motorola), Plantation, Florida

14 Jul 2005 - 2:31pm
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Motorola is seeking an Interaction Designer for its iDEN division in
Plantation, Florida.
This is a  long term engagement for a specific product with the
potential for extension for the right candidate. You will work closely
with the fun and creative  web development team,  business groups and
business analysts to understand product requirements and implement
design methodology to include: personas, wireframes, site maps. ergo's,
paper and interactive prototypes, design and administration of
usability testing and surveys, and interaction design documentation.
Will provide expertise and support to the development teams while
creating or adjusting user interfaces. Will drive usability evaluation
efforts with the goal of analyzing and translating usability evaluation
outcomes into design improvements. Lead design and user testing. Ensure
business strategy is translated into a product that meets business,
user, technical and creative expectations.

Job Experience: Preferred candidate will have 3-5 years experience
working in interaction/interface design or as a human factors resource
in a software development environment; Experience with interaction
design, usability testing, analysis and documentation; Experience in
the design of intuitive, user-centered application interfaces for
Web-based applications; Proficiency in Photoshop, Flash, Illustrator,
Visio, and Word; Experience with meeting 508. Familiarity with software
and web implementation methods and constraints; Solid application
design skills with an eye for detail and the ability to translate ideas
into tangible design specifications; Excellent verbal and written
communication skills; Ability to effectively describe and present
design ideas and recommendations to various contacts; Experience
collaborating with analyst, design and development teams; Proven
ability to meet deadlines.

Please send any resumes and/or questions to:

matt anderson
matt at

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