2 Part-Time Contract Roles- User Experience and Designer

16 Sep 2010 - 11:27am
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User Experience Designer- 50 hours/month

· Producing a design that will be attractive to the target user, has a logical navigation system and has all the features required

· Writing web pages in a combination of codes, such as HTML and XHTML, CSS, Javascript, Action script, .Net, Flash, or using code-generating programs, such as Dreamweaver and Visual Studio

· Deciding on how images and other material will be digitally optimized and presented for the web

· Ensuring that material on the web site is accessible to all groups including those with disabilities

· Testing the site for browsers and system compatibility

· Have knowledge of graphic design packages such as Fireworks or Photoshop in order to produce basic layout and manipulate images.

· Interpreting the client's business needs and developing a concept to suit their purpose

· Developing design briefs by gathering information and data through research

· Thinking creatively to produce new ideas and concepts

· Contributing ideas and design artwork to the overall brief

· Develop graphics and layouts for product illustrations, company logos, and Internet websites.

· Develop promotional materials and illustrate marketing messages with new concepts and ideas


User Experience Specialist- 60 hours/month

Responsible in creating and maintaining the user interface standards, design applications, and develop optimal user workflows for application functionality.

· Create standard information architecture documentation including wireframes, process maps, user flows, user scenarios, functional specifications, navigation schemas, documentation and prototypes.

· Business Analysis: Business and User Requirements Gathering, Stakeholder Workshops, Prioritization and Scoping

· Find solutions for common accessibility issues and relevant legislation

· Perform user tests, focus group sessions, field studies, questionnaires, etc in order to elicit useful feedback – both formal and informal


send me an email if you are interested!

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