Mobients is looking for a Senior User Experience Designer (Senior UXD)
to join our multidisciplinary team and innovate creative solutions for
our clients most challenging mobile design problems.
This position requires a strong user-centered perspective and
foundation in Human Centered Design. The Senior UXD is responsible
for translating requirements into solutions to direct navigation,
organization, and push the boundaries of existing interactions. While
this role is creative, it also requires a great attention to detail
Hello! I am a recruiter at CISCO. I have a number of permanent Senior
Interaction Design Engineer job openings.
I am looking for Interaction Design Engineers with expertise in one
or more of the following: intant messenger, web conferencing, SaaS,
cloud, security, online meetings, Symbian, iPhone, Windows Mobile OS
Please contact me if you are interested or if you know someone that
might be interested.
If youre an interaction designer whos passionate about creating
compelling digital experiences, gravitytank is looking for you. The
ideal candidate is driven, resourceful, and eager to work in a
fast-paced, collaborative design environment.
The work ranges from creating next generation interfaces to animating
scenarios of future design concepts.
All of our work will require your creativity and ability to work
with a multi-disciplinary team of strategists, researchers and
other designers to realize a compelling experience.
I'd like to know if any of you have some experience with iPhone
interaction design. To me, it looks like iPhone applications are
sometimes dominated by devs that are able to create their apps
without any help. Obviously, I am referring to what it looks like an
early stage of the iPhone application design. Where early means
functionalities and extra features but not studying, testing and
finding the best interface solutions (with the necessary exceptions
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What rules should one follow while designing e-commerce websites for
the mobile? I understand that usability on mobile is extremely
primitive and very difficult. In such a case what are the usability
rules and GUI guidelines one needs to adhere to?
jQuery, Flash, Flex, etc) would make the experience even more
cumbersome and confusing only because the Mobile has not evolved.