Apple looking for User Experience Expert

30 Jan 2004 - 11:57am
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JoRoan
2004

Hi all,

FWIW, this was just posted:

User Experience Expert Santa Clara Valley, CA, USA

https://jobs.apple.com/cgi-bin/WebObjects/Employment.woa/wa/
jobDescription?RequisitionID=2084938

It's one thing to crit the new OS X's functionality.
It's another to actually go in there and try your best with Steve :-)

The Corporate and Global Admin group within Apple IS&T is seeking a
User Experience expert who will be responsible for developing standards
and guidelines for application development teams so that applications
provide the best possible user experience.

The candidate we seek must be self-motivated, able to demonstrate an
ability to work in a team-oriented environment, and possess excellent
technical and communication skills.

Key responsibilities include:

? Define user experience (aka human intefrace) standards and guidelines
for applications
? Provide example applications that illustrate these standards and
guidelines.
? Consult with development teams duirng design phases and provide
guidance on how to make the application user experience the best it can
be.

Required Skills:

? Must have at least 5 years hands on experience designing application
user interfaces
? Ability to write technical specifications and communicate technical
ideas
? Ability to support multiple projects at the same time
? Must be able to brainstorm and communicate technology ideas and
issues with peers and IT management.
? Must be able to work independently.

? Five years of human interface design experience for commercial
quality applications
? Undergraduate and/or masters degree.
? Significant work experience designing interfaces for native and Web
applications.
? Experience with Cocoa and HTML a plus
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