NetApp: Senior Interaction Designer
Location: Boston, MA
of NetApp that provides software to help IT administrators manage their
hardware storage/infrastructure–is seeking a highly-skilled application
UI designer with amazing skills and a portfolio to back it up. You
should have 10-15 years of experience designing user interfaces for the
web or for desktop applications, preferably in technical/science/finance
or other data-rich domains. NetApp is a high-tech company so technical
expertise is required and you should be able to converse and work
comfortably with engineers on a daily basis. We need a super-talented
designer to help us bring beautiful, useful, usable applications to
life. We want NetApp customers to have a great experience with their
storage appliances and the quality of that experience is mostly defined
by the software used to manage the hardware.
Help build a design process into our business, including customer
research (engaging in usability testing, design validation/reviews with
“Insight Balance” (formerly Akorri BalancePoint) and help us bridge the
UXs across these applications. We’re also looking to consolidate some
“overlapping” products and need your help bridging our suite from a UX
Self-starter – we need you to help tell US where projects need design
attention – you will help dictate the work you do, find problems to
solve, determine what work needs the most design attention, etc.
While we don’t expect you to code for this position, prototyping in
Flex or HTML/JS/CSS is highly valuable here and you should be willing or
able to work with front-end code.
infographics, charts, etc) skill is highly desired–IT as storage is all
about tons of data and we need your help telling stories with the data
in elegant ways.
As this is a senior position, it is assumed you have a rich grasp of UI
design principles, current UI technologies and practices, and basic
design, strategy/conceptual design, IA, customer research, design
leadership and vision.
To apply: Apply via email to: email@example.com
Please send both resume and portfolio in PDF format, or if your portfolio is on the web, please send along the link.
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