I'm an experienced web/graphic designer making a lateral move into
the User Interface realm and have just landed an opportunity to
design a small but important CMS system for a client.
My question is: is there an expected number of versions or examples
of user interface visual design solutions/directions clients expect?
In the graphic design realm the expectation was to offer three
solutions and then further develop the chosen one.
Does anyone have any experiences to offer or guidelines they've
found particularly helpful? I have to offer a proposal to the client
in a few days.
Hello! I am a recruiter at CISCO. I have a number of permanent Senior
Interaction Design Engineer job openings.
I am looking for Interaction Design Engineers with expertise in one
or more of the following: intant messenger, web conferencing, SaaS,
cloud, security, online meetings, Symbian, iPhone, Windows Mobile OS
Please contact me if you are interested or if you know someone that
might be interested.
Most of the time while working with heavy data intensive application I
have encountered that there is 20 to 30% of the
modules/webparts/portlates/functionality are rarely useful for the
end-users in most of the applications for example elements like News,
Article, Record Summery, Archive Records, User Summery, Report
WebEx is looking for a Senior Interaction Designer to work with the
WebEx User Experience Team to design next-generation, web, mobile and
rich client applications.
A candidates portfolio must demonstrate a broad depth of experience
with emphasis on application and user-interface design, while
leveraging mobile, rich and web clients in innovative ways.
I am CEO of an international technology company, called Anders
Electronics plc - HQ'd in London, and historically we designed and
manufactured LCD display components for companies developing