There seems to be a lot of hiring for UX professionals, now, in the New York City area.
I was looking for an opprtunity much closer to home and this company was accomodating, since I do work full-time. But I was shocked, even though, in the past I had suspected that a few of the companies I had interviewed with had never hired a UX professional before. That was never really my concern, but this company, did not know very much about user experience.
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I know there are a few different perspectives on Interaction Design as a profession. I work on the macro and micro level of user interactions as they relate to any given interactive system.
I recently had an interesting conversation with someone who is more of a usability or user experience consultant. Her focus is on the macro or hollistic levels of interactions. She is also having difficulty sequeing into the agency arena.
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I'm part of a team working on a redesign of our company's online banking platform. The current platform is hosted by a third party so there are no analytics about user behavior once a customer logs in.