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 Everyone. While at MSFT I was working on NUI principles to
utilize for all the products moving forward. This got me into a lot
of really high level thought processes. Based on all of the writing
for my book I have been doing, and since I left Microsoft a month or
so ago, I submit a recommendation for a new acronym. This could be
used to describe Modern User Interface Design.
OCGM, pronounced like Occam['s Razor]
Objects, Containers, Gestures, Manipulations
No need to rely on windows, menus, etc. I posted about it on my blog
This role is for an IA who can demonstrate proven ability to design
for complex, transactional web experiences. The team is a very tight
group that works collaboratively on huge financial properties. It's
a unique opportunity to experience designing for such a huge
The other great advantage this provides is that you'll be working
within an org that has a mature and deeply invested stake in UX
adoption. No fighting for UX integration here! UX leads the design
from inception. Seriously!
The role is going to require hands-on work designing wires, specs,
Viget Labs is a full-service web consulting and development firm
headquartered in Falls Church, VA with an office in Durham, NC.
We've been at it since 1999 and have earned a solid reputation as a
rare firm that does both great design and development work when
building award-winning web sites. We work with early-stage web
start-ups (e.g, Squidoo, Odeo, RateItAll, and a few we can't talk
about yet), as well as mature businesses (e.g., Choice Hotels and
Sodexo) and non-profits (e.g., National Geographic, PBS, EarthEcho).
Tuesday, November 10, 2009, 7 p.m. at Hornall Anderson Experience Lab,
3rd Ave & Cherry St, Seattle, WA. Chris Monberg, producer/director of
Hornall Anderson Experience Lab and Dawn Clark, principal at NBBJ
Architecture, will discuss the use of narrative in architecture, and
how they create immersive human experiences, of varying scale and
impact, to evoke responses from audiences. HIVE is an ongoing series
that spans information design, interaction design, product design,
and architecture. AIGA Members: $10; Nonmembers: $15. Student
Members: free; Student Nonmembers: $5.
A friend and sometimes client told me over lunch this week, "I think
of you as the usability guy." I didn't much care for this, because
I think of usability in terms of activities rather than an identity
to aspire to. It got me thinking about related terms, like "user
experience" (UX), and its cousin, user-centered design (UCD).
Hello all IxD'ers I'm working on a new presentation on the area of
UX trends for the near and not so near future. I did some research
online and read many of the UX blogs to find out what is upcoming. I
would love to have it more focused on bigger corporations who are not
as flexible and able to quickly make gigantic changes to their system
because this is the kind of market we operate in as a company. We
mainly do in our department intranets and corporate websites based on
big platforms like SharePoint.