A local charity group, the Georgia Association of Women Lawyers (GAWL) wants to update the website for their annual art auction fundraiser, which will be held this April. The event website is currently linked to the GAWL website, but it is a very elementary design, and they think that they're looking to start with something fresh.
So far they've been working with a designer who's in the UK but they're really looking for UX designer in Atlanta or San Francisco that they can work with. They're going through a pivot and the new product has a heavy mobile UX & visual component.
Leesa Wheeler with the Atlanta, Georgia office of CCCi contacted the local Atlanta chapter of IxDA with the following job posting for 2 Senior Interaction Designers. Her contact information is included in this post.
IxDA Atlanta is hosting its Interaction 10 redux event on Wednesday, March 31st, at Macquarium in Atlanta. The fun starts at 7 p.m., when a host of local members who attended Interaction 10 are recapping favorite conference tasks and sharing their favorite moments. See the list and get more details at the IxDA Atlanta site:
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
Good games don't just happen. Somewhere, sometime, someone had to
fine-tune the rules and constraints that make our favorite games
rewarding, whether it's chess, football, or (in our case this month)
Join us at Gordon Biersch in Buckhead to discuss what makes a good
game, and how game design principles can be applied to interaction
design. Appreciate classic versions of billiards or try out your own
rules... it's up to you.