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Posted: April 30 2015
Company Location: Woodland Hills, CA
Application Deadline: Available Year-round
Position: 20 Full-time, Paid (College Credit Required)
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DescriptionWe are looking for candidates pursuing or just graduated in the field of IT!
User interface (UI) developers combine programming, psychology and creative design to craft intuitive controls for software and hardware. The UI developer’s mission is to create an interface that behaves as users would it expect it to, facilitating a seamless and efficient user experience.
RequirementsTypical day-to-day activities and marketable skill sets for UI developers include the following.
User interface developers:
-Are skilled in modern web and application programming skills, such as Java, .Net, AJAX, PHP, XHTML and Ruby.
-Utilize Adobe Creative Suite programs, e.g., Photoshop, Illustrator, Flash & Flex to mockup and design UI elements.
-Use responsive web design to create user interfaces that automatically conform to multiple screen sizes and devices.
-Conduct usability testing to identify and fix UI problems, and gather real-world intelligence from their target market.
-Utilize social networking APIs (from Facebook, Twitter, Google+, LinkedIn, Pinterest, etc.) to integrate social actions.
-Should have working knowledge of one or more of the leading DBMS, e.g., MySQL, SQL Server, Oracle and IBM DB2.
-Collaborate with business and IT decision makers to discuss user interface requirements and brainstorm UI ideas.
-Use visual aids, including wireframes, storyboards and UI flow charts, to plan and present user interface designs.
-Are familiar with popular content management systems (CMS), e.g., WordPress, Joomla!, Magneto & osCommerce.
-Wield their knowledge of Search Engine Optimization (SEO) to develop search engine-friendly user interfaces.
-Keep current with the latest trends and best practices of UI/UX design and HCI (human-computer interaction).
-Successful UI development managers need superior soft-skills in areas like verbal and written communication, team leadership and project management, to effectively communicate with business decision-makers and subordinates.