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2 Information Architects needed

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Two Information Architects
Financial Services experience a must
6 month contract job with client onsite in Boston
Starts ASAP

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two roles that are six months in duration each in Boston with a financial services client. The resources need to be Information Architects with financial services experience and a strong background that enables them to provide business analysis, information architecture and usability expertise to a variety of clients. looking for talent with knowledge in the following methodologies: Information Management, Knowledge Management, Content Management, Information Architecture & Design, Usability & User Experience, Requirements Gathering, Taxonomy and Metadata Schema Development, Enterprise Search and Web Analytics.

The company is an emerging technology specialist, with several very exciting projects set to launch using cutting edge technologies like .NET 3.5, WPF and Silverlight. We are now looking for two Information Architects to be based in Boston.

Job Description

The Information Architect has both a strategic and hands on role in defining and leading next generation user experience.
The successful candidate will provide design oversight around our user experience projects, and will be responsible for defining the experience for our most important projects.
You will design and develop user flow, wireframes, and user interface specifications for multi-touch, direct interaction, and table top interfaces.
Create high-level content organization, navigation, and page-level information design for desktop, web, and touch devices.
Analyze business requirements and user data to develop user scenarios.
Work closely with client and Infusion teams (project managers, UX designers, developers)

Requirements

Fluency in the principles of information architecture, usability, and user experience design.
Deep understanding of user objectives, user scenarios, key product strategy, point of differentiation, wireframes, usability principles, web applications framework, and the development of a product road map.
Expert understanding of methodologies for designing easy-to-use interfaces, including information architecture, user-centered design, heuristic evaluation, and usability testing.
Expertise in interaction design.
Enjoyment of dynamic, collaborative environments.
Experience in Natural User Interface a bonus.

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