Design Job: Interactive Designer at Underwriters Laboratories

Looking for a web design job in the medical field? UL-Wiklund R&D, part of Underwriters Laboratories, is hiring an interactive designer to its human-factors engineering team in Concord, MA. Click through to learn more and apply:

UL-Wiklund R&D works with clients to produce compelling user interfaces and user experiences. Our design support activities include conceptualizing user interfaces, developing user interface requirements, designing software user interface screens, developing interactive prototypes, and create user interface style guides. Our design support work ranges from quick-response design exercises to full-scale user interface design programs, and involve the design of software user interfaces, hardware user interfaces, and learning aids (e.g., user manuals, quick reference cards, training animations). Our work is concentrated in the medical industry, involving research, design, and evaluation of diagnostic and therapeutic devices as well as information management systems.

ABOUT YOU

You should have a bachelor’s degree in interaction design, visual design, or a related field. You should be a confident presenter and speaker, and a proficient writer. As part of our team, you will contribute to user interface design activities such as conceptualizing user interface designs, designing user interface screens, designing printed learning aids, and producing style guides. If user research is one of your interests, you may also become involved in user research and usability testing projects. Experience creating interactive prototypes with Adobe Flash and/or HTML/CSS/Javascript is a plus. You should be a team player and welcome intermittent travel within the USA and abroad (mostly Europe) to meet clients and present designs. You should be a “natural consultant” who possesses diverse technical skills, enjoys meeting new people, feels comfortable multi-tasking, and manages stress well.

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