As a current remote job seeker, I'd love to see more explicitly remote (or open to remote) positions on the job board. Telepresence is becoming more and more prevalent, so it'd be great to separate those remote jobs out so folks like me can easily find them.
How can we make this happen?
P.S. To anyone looking to hire a full-time, remote UI Engineer or Product Designer, contact me kevin at kevinsuttle dot com. I'm currently looking for new role. Thanks in advance.
CIID Consulting, a unit of the Copenhagen Institute of Interaction Design, is pleased to announce that it is currently recruiting for some interaction design internship positions, beginning in January 2013. These salaried internships will be six months in duration and will be based at the CIID design studio in Copenhagen.
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.
I had a somewhat negative experience during an interview last month, but I partly blame myself.
I had worked on a website redesign and showed some wireframes during the interview. Well, the site had then been redesigned after my redesign and this all occured in the span of less than 6 months according to my guesstimate.
I was asked why the site had been redesigned after my redesign and all I could muster was "I am not sure".
I partly blame myself because I was unaware of the succeeding redesign.
Smith Brothers Agency is an independent, highly creative and collaborative marketing company committed to delivering inspiring ideas for courageous CPG clients – those committed to driving dramatic business growth. We service our national clients from offices in Pittsburgh and San Francisco and look for team mates who are entrepreneurial in their work ethic – self-starters who “own” their areas of responsibility and execute flawlessly – even under aggressive timelines.
Hi, I was wondering if anyone can provide me some guidance. I have a Bachelors Degree in Industrial Design and Human-Computer Interaction. I entered the game industry instead, thinking there would be plenty of interaction/UX design opportunities (since I thought games are supposedly highly interactive).
Looking for a developer who is familiar with Photon programming on QNX.
We have the basic system and software on place, but the look & feel of it needs to be styled by implementing some new design elements (buttons, backgrounds, etc.) The UX design is complete - just need someone who can implement it on the existing software.
Please let me know if you can help, or if you know someone. Thanks!