Wednesday, May 21, 2014

Job | Urgent Opening for Interaction Designer (Bangalore Location)

Experience required for the Job: 4 - 6 years
Annual Salary of the Job: 0.0 - 3.0 Lacs
Job Location: Bengaluru/Bangalore

We have an urgent opening for Interaction Designer in Bangalore Location(4-6 years)

Job Description-
Deliver world-class user interaction designs, from concept through to launch.
Design for a variety of platforms including smartphones, tablets, and web browsers.
Produce designs to help the entire product team understand the desired customer experience: storyboards, flows, wireframes and prototypes.
Manage basic level of usability testing for prototypes. Quickly collect and decipher feedback for rapid iteration of the product design.
Work in partnership with product management, visual design, and engineering to deliver the desired experience on time and within budget
Coordinate visual design projects and reviews work of the visual design team, providing mentorship and helping to build a strong team
* Work closely in an agile environment with UI designers, front-end developers and key stakeholders to create a highly polished visual experience that fully represent brand, market, and end-user requirements
* Develop wireframes and Flash or HTML-based prototypes of your designs, refining and changing them as needed.
* Create flow charts of task flows and information architecture for the product features
* Participate in the full lifecycle of product development
* Work closely with product management and marketing teams to understand the target-audience and market-place for new features
* Accountable for creation of style guide
* Understands the overall software development process and how their role fits within it
* Strong, demonstrated ability to optimize application flow from page-to-page (user experience)
* Good communication skills.
Position- Contractual
Joining Time- Immediate(15-20 Days)

interested candidates send your CV to rushati.roy@carteworld.com 

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