I am a prospective student on a specialization course in interaction design. My background is in a general design programme (with a focus on graphic design) where I have worked freelance with games and apps. What I am interested in is how competetive the job market is out there? The kind of position I would love to have after my specialization course is as a interaction designer at a digital agency preferably in Stockholm - Sweden, London, New York or San Francisco. If anyone of you have any insights regarding this I would be delighted to hear them :)
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.
Oshyn is seeking Information Architects who will be responsible for coordinating the content, navigation and design for Internet/intranet/portal business solutions which will be aligned with business needs and functional requirements. IAs will blend strategic business thinking with a strong knowledge of web technologies to construct and document all aspects of information architecture and interactive design.
We have an immediate, short-term need for Interaction Design (Information Architecture, UX Strategy) services for work in the amateur and professional sports marketing industry. Please email your resume/cv and porftolio to email@example.com (subject: Freelance IA/IxD) if you're interested.
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.
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