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Senior User Interface Design Specialist

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Arthur Kaye

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My client is a B2B information provider to several industries. They are located in NYC, but have a global presence.

This position requires a candidate with solid design skills and proven experience. He/she will lead various UI efforts, particularly in such areas as UI Standards, Design

Patterns/Templates, and Visual Guidelines. The ideal candidate for this

position will have a solid knowledge of corporate usability and process,

visual interface and interaction design, usability analysis and testing,

and various UI infrastructure frameworks
. The ideal candidate must have

the ability to successfully collaborate with other graphic designers,

programmers, technical and business project managers, and senior



  • Proven experience in UI Standards/Guidelines, Design Patterns/Templates,

    Visual Guidelines
    - Team Player/Leader a must
  • Solid portfolio of designing user interfaces with high level and/or detailed storyboards, mockups, prototypes to effectively communicate interaction and design ideas
  • Expert UI reviews with constructive suggestions for change
  • BS/MS in Human-Computer Interaction or related field

This is a contract position for up to 6 months, with a strong possibility of becoming a permanent job.

Candidates must be able to work in the USA for any employer, without requiring sponsorship or visa


Rate: open depending on experience and quality.

Please contact Arthur Kaye, Concepts in Staffing

I am a technical/executive recruiter, specializing in information technology professionals. I can be reached by email at kaye@cisny. com and by phone at 212-293-4353. I enjoy my work because it keeps me in contact with the technology, and some very interesting people.

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