Posts Tagged "jobs"


A recruiter reached out to me on LinkedIn about a job. Here’s some of his message to me: One of the best-known agencies in San Francisco was looking for an interaction designer with 7 years of experience. Someone who can do lots of tasks within the User-Centered Design process. And rapid prototyping. This is a […]

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This article is going around. “This Design Generation Has Failed” suggested that bad UX is hurting people… so maybe UX practitioners should be licensed. I completely agree that bad UX sucks, hurts people, and can even kill people. I take his examples seriously. Would licensing work? We license medical professionals. I have met people who […]

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A question I get somewhat frequently from up-and-coming UXers has to do with interviews. Although these people are showing up with small portfolios, the company interviewing them wants them to engage in a “design challenge.” That’s not just for up-and-coming people looking for entry level work. I’ve interviewed for senior-level UX work and at times […]

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Hmmmm let’s see. 5 years in graphic design (or interaction design, as if they’re nearly the same). Hands-on UI work including color palettes, typography, buttons, and icons. Adobe Creative Suite. And being well-versed in graphic design principles. Give up? This job title was, “Lead Interaction Designer.” Of course! (sad face)

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