3 May 2010

Open positions at Experientia

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Experientia
Experientia is an international experience design consultancy helping companies and organisations to innovate their products, services and processes by putting people and their experiences first. Our dynamic and enthusiastic team, based in Torino, Italy, includes experts in strategy, design, usability, communications, cognitive and social psychology, ethnographic and user research, information architecture, interaction design and information visualization, prototyping and programming, and with skills in over 16 languages.

Experientia is currently looking for people to fill the following positions:
 

Project Manager

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Web prototyper

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Visual interaction designer

We are looking for a visual interaction designer with outstanding visual design skills, methodical thinking, fascination with typography or information visualization, and interest in design for mobile applications or social software.

Required

  • 3-5 years experience in visual interaction design
  • University and/or advanced degree(s) in Interaction Design, Visual Communication Design, or similar.
  • An available portfolio of visual interaction design solutions.
  • Advanced English language skills, with ability in Italian or German also an advantage, strong visual and verbal communication skills.
  • Proficiency in a variety of layout/UI and time based design tools including Flash, Illustrator, InDesign, Photoshop, etc.
  • Understanding of how and why an interface succeeds or fails and ability to spot likely problems in flow, layout, copy or presentation before they go into production.
  • Demonstrated ability to adhere to critical project timelines in a fast-paced environment.
  • Legally entitled to work in the EU

The Visual Interaction Designer will:

  • Excel in design thinking, participate in design research, ideate concepts and truly enjoy design.
  • Understand the parameters of a design problem, and be able to create appropriate visual interaction deliverables.
  • Follow a user-centred methodology and approach.
  • Translate user research and usability findings into tangible designs.
  • Brainstorm on innovative concept solutions around given project themes.
  • Identify tools, resources, methods, and techniques that evolve existing approaches for the larger Experientia community.
  • Work independently, or in teams and in close conjunction with the Design Director, to produce elegant, sophisticated concept designs.

How to apply
Interested applicants should send a motivational cover letter in English, an English or Italian CV, and possible other supporting materials to info at experientia dot com. Your application should be accompanied by a pdf or portfolio or link to an online portfolio. We would like to see a range of final deliverables and interim deliverables created during the course a project. Please indicate your role and contribution for each project submitted.
 

Usability Expert

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