I am a designer in brazilian company focuzed in financial communication and now I work in a new app project and my boss loves the Google interface in specific Gmail, but I dont know, I believe that Google is not good enough, is a good reference but is not the better user xperience, right?
Whether you’re new to the field or you’re a design industry professional, UX Brighton 2011 is a great opportunity to debate, cogitate and learn about User Experience through the lense of various disciplines stretching from anthropology to cross-channel design.
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We are looking for an experienced freelance Interaction Designer for our upcoming redesign project. You’ll work closely in a diverse and passionate team of product managers and visual designers to build and extend our website to create an entertaining and rewarding user experience.
I started in information architecture in 2007, I got out of it and now I am trying to get back into IA/UX. I consequently do not have the 5+ years of experience or the mandatory "senior titles", but I do have the education! I came across this in a recent job posting: "5+ years of agency experience working on site builds. Someone who really understands the user experience." I was initially hired because I was a user experience professional.
I am dreaming of the perfect division of ia, ux, and visual design in a team. Should we stick to being generalists, and wear all of those hats at once, or should we allocate resources to each role? I am curious to know how other companies have approached this.