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User Experience Designer
New York, NY, USA

Experience: Min 3-5 years
Relocation: Possible
Travel: 10%
Salary: Competitive
Category: Corporate Software/Internet Application/Product Design


A New York based B2B community infrastructure provider for the financial services and life science industries is looking for someone to join their growing Product Design group as a user experience designer. Responsibilities include producing innovative, visually appealing human interface designs; creating design prototypes; planning and conducting usability testing; working with developers to make designs a reality. Successful candidate will work independently, engage team members, communicate ideas, and finally work with team members throughout the release cycle of the product. This position reports to the Principal Designer.


  • Generate designs based on common sets of HCI, graphic design, interface design and other relevant theories.
  • Create prototypes at different levels of fidelity: paper, wireframe, interactive HTML, and Flash.
  • Present ideas and concepts to x-functional teams and incorporate feedback accordingly.
  • Create visual elements such as icons, borders, custom widgets, window treatments, and graphical layouts.
  • Collaborate with Product Design team to develop concepts of key additions and edits for the product.
  • Communicate designs to business specialists and marketing team members for validation and buy-in.
  • Communicate designs to development and provide definition and direction during implementation.
  • Communicate designs to quality control and provide clarifications during the testing phase.
  • Work with Principal Designer and Product Design team to evolve internal design process and standards.


  • 3-5 years experience in application interaction design (UI Design, Product Design); solid experience with both web applications (not web sites) and desktop applications.
  • Education in design, HCI, usability or ability to display formal understanding of design and HCI theory and practice.
  • Understand in-house product design lifecycle.
  • Good communication skills: written and verbal.
  • Knowledge of browser-based technologies (HTML, J ava, Flash).
  • Prototyping skills using DHTML, Dream Weaver, Flash, or similar.
  • Experience with developing and running usability testing.
  • Experience with field research (goal-directed method by Cooper is preferred).
  • Should demonstrate ability to use design processes for problem definition and solution creation while working individually and with a group.
  • Ability to create graphical elements: icons, widgets, windowing and boarders, data layout.

More info and application instructions:

Received: 23-Aug-05



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