Senior User Interface Designer Citrix Online Santa Barbara Ca
Posted on 09 Feb 2007
by Kristen Johansen (kristenjohansen)
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You will work on a variety of projects under the GoTo umbrella which require creative problem solving, a passion for the user experience and an eye for detail. The UI designer works to understand business and user needs, then concepts and documents the design of proposed interactions and interfaces using Photoshop and/or Visio. You will also work with user experience researchers to translate usability study findings into improved interface designs.
Bachelor's degree or equivalent in Graphic Design, Human Computer Interaction, Computer Science, Human Factors or related fields with 3-5 years experience in visual design, interface design, information architecture or interaction design for web or software applications. You must have a strong ability and passion for designing and documenting the user experience, having created deliverables such as page flows, wireframes, UI specifications, web page mockups or software interface elements.
About Citrix Online:
Citrix Online's headquarters are located in Santa Barbara, California, an area known as a center for high-tech enterprise. Santa Barbara's location on the coast north of Los Angeles makes it a desirable place to live and work, with unparalleled access to excellent mountain-biking trails, surfing spots and beaches. Our proximity to the Santa Barbara campus of the University of California provides an opportunity to further your educational goals.
In addition to a casual work environment, flexible scheduling and opportunities for advancement, Citrix Online offers a competitive compensation package including 401(k) plan; health, dental and vision insurance; and other benefits to eligible employees.
How to Apply:
Apply online at www.citrixonline.com or email your resume/CV and a link to your portfolio to kristen.johansen (at) citrix.com. This is a full-time onsite position at our Santa Barbara office. No agencies or freelancers, please.