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Information Architect

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Client is known for its speed and clean design, and our websites must also be fast and clean.
As an Information Architect, you collaborate with Marketing and Engineering teams to create compelling, efficient and accessible web pages.
You work independently on many projects, but also take directions from team members across the organization.

You will use your experience to drive medium to large-sized tasks and projects (e.g. high profile product launches, high-impact multi-language marketing campaigns) while exercising considerable independent judgment and discretion.
As an Information Architect, you will collaborate on the creation of high quality, world class web content for desktop and mobile devices.
You will help define goals and requirements with stakeholders from marketing and product areas, assess content needs define content strategy and support content creation, work on site structures, navigation systems and create wireframes for website projects.
You will also help facilitate user testing and analyze user data.

You will use your strong communication and project management skills to work closely with stakeholders, designers and developers.
It is your responsibility to accompany a project from start to finish. To help define project goals you use your understanding of business as well as user requirements.
You will also use your background in web design and development to ensure feasibility and creative excellence.

You won’t hesitate to get your hands dirty with some code to produce workable prototypes and you won’t have to be told to dive deep into a projects content to make sense of the content strategy and facilitate content creation. Analyzing log data and responding to usability test results is in your nature.

As more users access the Web through mobile phones and tablets than ever before, you will ensure your work is accessible through a myriad of devices and form factors. Responsive design, progressive enhancement, graceful fallbacks and other techniques should be utilized to support the largest possible audience and enhance their user experience.

Please be prepared to present a strong portfolio of work.

Responsibilities
● Collaborate with stakeholders from marketing and product teams to define project requirements and goals
● Define user requirements through usability testing and data analysis
● Define content strategies, needs, structure and facilitate content creation
● Define website structures by creating sitemaps, wireframes, navigational systems
● Drive collaboration between stakeholders, designer, developers, etc.
● Create workable prototypes
● Fulfill several project requests simultaneously while meeting tight deadlines.

Minimum Qualifications
● 4 years working as an Information Architect
● Background in UX and User Experience Research
● HTML5, CSS3, and JavaScript development experience.
● Experienced OmniGraffle user (or other wireframing software)
● Leadership, communication and organizational skills.
● Experience in Content Strategy

Preferred Qualifications
● 7 years working as an Information Architect
● Relevant industry experience.
● Experience with mobile development, including responsive design.
● Experience with Python, Django and App Engine.
● Excellent attention to detail
● Excellent leadership, communication and organizational skills.
● Strong consistency and attention to detail.

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