ThoughtForm is a team of people who work together to research, plan, write, design,
and produce solutions to visual communication problems. We’re known nationally for
effective solutions to complex, information-rich problems for many different types of clients.
We're looking for a Senior Interaction Designer who lives and breathes interaction design
and who can help move forward this component of our practice.
I have really had this day with a recruiter, going back and forth regarding work samples. I am relatively new to the UX field and I do not have the 5+ years of experience that so many job postings are requiring!
I only have a few deliverables that are not protected by a "non-disclosure agreement" or "not to be shown without specific written consent of <"blank">. I understand I won't make any headway with this recruiter, though I am perplexed at her attempt to even try to understand my deliervable's, since it has been clear they are very foreign to her!
I started in information architecture in 2007, I got out of it and now I am trying to get back into IA/UX. I consequently do not have the 5+ years of experience or the mandatory "senior titles", but I do have the education! I came across this in a recent job posting: "5+ years of agency experience working on site builds. Someone who really understands the user experience." I was initially hired because I was a user experience professional.
We have an immediate need for a contract Flash Prototyper here in New York City. It will be onsite and for a minimum of 3 weeks of full-time work.
You will be building interfaces in Flash with tons of actionscript. The ability to follow direction to the letter and be quick about it. We are a fun group of senior level interaction design architects.
Pay is very competitive and no need to be a guru as long as you have a fluent understanding of the prototype process.
Email me with your portfolio of flash interfaces, firstname.lastname@example.org.