Title: Interaction Designer
Location: San Francisco
Compensation: to low 100's + bonus
A well-known, large, consumer site with millions of consumers is seeking
an Interaction Designer to lead user-centered design processes to ensure
that Web-based products, applications and marketing pages are easy to
use and help its customers to meet their needs and our business partners
to fulfill their goals.
We are looking for a passionate, experienced, creative and innovative
user interface and experience designer that can lead the design of our
company’s web applications. Our clients are talented and creative
individuals who are moved by solutions that combine inspiring design
with powerful functionality and ease of use.
You will play a significant role in defining our design language. You
will document and communicate that language so that it can be applied
Traction (www.tractionco.com) is a San Francisco creative agency with
a digital core. We are tenacious problem solvers that provide
compelling interactive and direct marketing solutions that ignite
brands and grow customer relationships. We are currently seeking an
experienced, versatile and creative Interaction Designer to
significantly improve the user experience and front-end design for a
major financial client.
IxDA-SF is back in 2008 with our fourth event in our design tools
series. We are very excited to be presenting Indi Young's book launch
party! Indi will be discussing her book: "Mental Models - Aligning
Design Strategy with Human Behavior".
Mental Models: Sparking Creativity Through Empathy
Anybody can tell you when they're in love, but can they map out the
behavior that leads to this sought-after state?
We're so excited about this one! Please forward to anyone you think
might be interested!
IxDA SF presents:
INTERSECTION: Where Interaction and Industrial Design Meet
featuring case studies from Cooper, frog design, Motorola and IDEO
Taking advantage of industrial design presence in San Francisco for
the ICSID/IDSA Connecting 07 conference, IxDA San Francisco is
delighted to host an evening of dialog between two closely related
but often siloed fields: Industrial Design and Interaction Design.
IxDA San Francisco is back with the second event in our Design Tools
series. This month we present Kate Rutter, Senior Practitioner for
Adaptive Path, as she discusses the problem solving power of stickies.
Learn the true power of the sticky note — yes, stickies! — to quickly
and effectively organize data, visualize themes, and identify
patterns.. We’ll start with an overview of how Adaptive Path uses
sticky notes (aka: Post-Its) in user experience projects.