13 Jul 2011 - 1:20pm
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Derek Vaz

IxD/IA Freelance Opportunity at Uproot

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 (subject: Freelance IA/IxD) if you're interested.



Derek Vaz

Interaction Design Director/Partner

Uproot Inc.


110 Spadina Ave., Suite 601 Toronto, M5V 2K4

416 479 3592 x302

1 Oct 2010 - 2:51pm

JOB: Freelance IxD needed in Chicago next week (10/4 to 10/8)

Hello all -

I'm in need of a freelance IxD for a project that is starting on Monday (10/4). 

Candidate must have strong Visio wireframing skills and be willing to work at least a few days on-site in the Loop.

The project is about 40 hours for next week and possibly another 20 the following week.

If you or someone you know fits the bill, please send resume and work samples to along with your expected hourly rate.

Thanks and have a great weekend,



11 Feb 2010 - 6:27pm
Theresa Murphy

Contract Information Architect Position in Los Angeles.

This is a six month contract in Glendale.


Looking for great User Experience talent

We at Vidli are trying to find a well rounded User Experience
contractor for our new video licensing system.

In short, what we are looking for is someone who knows how AJAX
works, can build some intuitive wireframes that designers and
developers can understand and take lead from.

We have a far more in depth job posting on our site at

Please do take a look and even if you don't have all the
qualifications, we may in the end find you are perfect for the gig.


Nathaniel Brown

2 Sep 2009 - 3:55pm
Erin Lynn Young

JOB: Information Architect / Austin / T3 / Freelance

Freelance Information Architect opening in Austin, Texas.

Position #: 62578

We are looking for a team-oriented freelance Information Architect.

Our Information Architects work with creative teams and developers to
craft and chart innovative strategies rooted in fundamentals of
usability, standards, and plain old common sense.

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