So I was just looking through my twitter feed and saw a public collaboration from a couple of local visual artists, one of which I know from his academic work, and I was thinking how great it is that he can share the fruit of his work with the community.
It got me wondering if there is anything that we as UX or Interaction Designers can do in the same way. It's obvious that most of what we do is not consumable in such a passive way as purely visual arts, but surely there is something we can do.
I'm embarking on a website redesign with a nonprofit that works with enterprise to incorporate sustainability practices. I'd like to do internal stakeholder interviews to discover what their expectations/ higher end goals are for the new site.
Does anyone have experience with this kind of interview (I've mostly done end-user contextual interviews for consumer products), have input on how to communicate with stakeholders, what kind of questions yield the most valuable anwers, etc?
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The Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) is looking for a
Information Architect and Interaction Designer. The ideal candidate
will be comfortable working closely with stakeholders and team
members to envision, design and plan the execution of new sites and
Institution: ARTstor (non-profit)
Location: New York, New York
Title: Information Architect
ARTstor is seeking a full-time, mid-level Information Architect who
will work on new development initiatives and platform enhancements
for ARTstor a digital image library of nearly one million images
used for research and educational purposes at institutions worldwide.
The Information Architect is responsible for developing user
experience documentation, such as personas, site requirements, site
maps, transaction flows, schematics, paper prototypes, navigation
models, and wireframe
The Interaction Designer will work in cross-functional teams to create
interactive designs for high-traffic web applications aimed at parents
of K-12 students. Experience with interface design, information
architecture, and interactive content design is required.