A Group. About Usability. In Bristol.
We are looking for a User Experience architect to work for an award-winning digital agency based in Bristol. With offices in the UK and the US, this agency provides a full range of services to international leading technology brands.
We are seeking a freelance UX architect to work for the agency on a long term and on-going basis.
Liaising with a well established design and development team, you will be the guardian of UX deliverables…Continue
Added by Amie Bangui on February 28, 2012 at 18:19 — No Comments
Hi. James Morris and I are researching ways of improving collaboration and flow between design and development teams.
We would really appreciate if you could fill in this questionnaire. It will be very important for our research and we really appreciate your help. There are only 5 questions, so it shouldn't take much of your time.…Continue
Added by Mariana Mota Morris on February 19, 2012 at 17:30 — No Comments
We're looking to bolster our UX team at True.
We are seeking a user-experience professional with around 3-4 years under their belt, with good experience across retail/commercial projects.
The role in brief
This will be a broad role, spanning:
Added by Ben Simmonds on February 7, 2012 at 17:32 — No Comments
Head of User Experience. International Social Networking Giant. South Wales. Up to £60,000.
My Client a Global Social Media organisation based in South Wales are seeking an experienced User Experience Creative.
You will be responsible for heading up the creative thought process surrounding an extremely exciting product launch.
You will have to be quick thinker, extremely innovative and have a passion for the kind of cutting edge…Continue
Added by Polly on February 6, 2012 at 18:36 — No Comments
Rolf Molich is the one of the founders of the usability industry. And now, he is a member of Bristol Usability Group, too! Rolf has been working in the field since 1984 but rose to prominence in 1990 when he co-invented the heuristic evaluation method with Jakob Nielsen.
Heuristic evaluation is an informal method of usability analysis where a number of evaluators are presented with an interface…Continue
Added by Dave Ellender on February 1, 2012 at 14:30 — No Comments