Looking for a San Francisco interactive design job? Interactive consultancy Adaptive Path is looking for a senior visual interaction designer for its Bay Area office. Click through to learn more and apply:
We help companies create meaningful experiences with their products and services through our consulting services. We push the practice of experience design forward with our public conferences and workshops. We share our ideas through writing, speaking and teaching. We have global reach but call San Francisco, and Austin, Texas home.
We are seeking an experienced visual design practitioner to join our team at Adaptive Path. Our company helps organizations tackle challenging experience-focused, human-centered, and strategic problems — anything from orchestrating a highly complex healthcare or financial experience across multiple channels to improving the already phenomenal success of Twitter.
What We’re Looking For
- First and foremost we’re looking for someone who is passionate about human-centered real-world design challenges. In particular you are a champion for the impact of visual design on human experience.
- You are a design thinker and maker. Adaptive Path team members participate at all stages of a project from research, strategy and sketching concepts to prototyping, detailed design and documentation.
- You have a strong foundation of visual design skills (typography, layout, color, etc.) and a deep understanding of how to apply them in time-based and interactive contexts.
- You not only do UI design, but also have a knack for synthesizing and visualizing abstract concepts beyond the screen so that they are clear and compelling.
- You are a systems thinker who considers how your design functions at the level of pixels, products, platforms, and services.
- You develop empathy for users and create design that is appropriate to a particular audience or context. You place user needs over personal style.
- You work best in collaborative team environments. You are comfortable with ambiguity and willing to wear multiple hats. You share and develop ideas with team members and find ways to engage clients in the creative process.
- You have strong communications skills and the desire to share and educate. Adaptive Path staffers are not only passionate practitioners in the field of design but they are also often industry leaders, speakers and writers.
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