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Information Architect / Interaction Designer

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MUST HAVE: 3+ years web-based information architecture or interaction design experience including the design of the overall architecture of one or more web sites and moderate to advanced transactional design experience.

GENERAL SUMMARY: An Information Architect is responsible for determining how the interactive user interfaces we build should work. He/She creates the plans that are used by other team members to develop the graphical user interface, content, and functionality. He/She employs user-centered design techniques and works on cross-functional teams.

He/She is responsible for consulting with clients about their business goals, and proposing front-end architectural solutions and strategies that meet both users' and business needs. Organizes site content and functionality by creating site blueprints/wireframes, creates identifiable nomenclature for users, creates navigation systems that support users' needs, analyzes, develops and refines user tasks/processes, and collaborates with the design and development teams to build user interfaces.

He/She designs organization, navigation, search, and controlled vocabulary systems. He/She draws upon user personas and scenarios, prototypes, sitemaps, and wireframes to communicate solutions to designers, developers, and senior managers.

He/She is expected to collaborate with User Research and employ research methods including content and task analysis, usability testing, and stakeholder interviews to identify problems and opportunities.

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