Design Job: Search User Interface Designer at Design for Context

Looking for a web design job in metro Washington, DC? Design for Context, LLC is a Washington, DC-based consultancy specializing in usable design for rich information environments and enterprise-level applications. They’re hiring a search user interface designer for their team in Columbia, MD. Click through to learn more and apply:

Design for Context, an innovative consulting firm specializing in usable design for rich information environments, is seeking an experienced search interaction designer / IA to support large-scale search application design. We’re helping our clients re-think the way knowledge workers interact with large amounts of information – our search projects provide flexible, clear UIs interacting with millions of content/data items.

What will you do?
– Collaborate with users, SMEs, developers, architects and our design team for innovative designs
– Explore and articulate mental models of information seekers
– Analyze structured and unstructured content to interpret search engine behaviors

Qualifications
– Experience: 7+ years in interaction design or information architecture
– Education: Ideally MA/MS in appropriate related fields
– Relevance: Focus on search interfaces for rich content and knowledge-intensive environments
– Grounding: Experience working as the lead designer from concept to completion on high volume, web-based transactional applications, rich internet applications and software applications
– Empathy: Strong skills in user-centered design and facilitating user conversations/feedback
– Creativity: Ability to explore and solve complex information seeking/analysis, user experience and interaction design problems

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