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Gig: Looking for a User Experience Designer for a 30-60 day project

I'm looking for a UX person to work on a new project at It will require that you work on-site in Newark, NJ for 40% - 50% of the time. Contact me if you're interested or you know someone. is a small, high-energy business unit of, the leading provider of premium downloadable spoken audio. If you get excited about connecting people-to-people and people-to-information, we want to hear from you.

While not required, candidates with experience and passion for podcasts, audiobooks, and social networking will be given the highest priority.

Interaction Designer

As an interaction Designer your primary role will be to define and design and its suite of community-based tools.

You will work closely with both business owners and developers; contribute to the definition of user scenarios and UI; and develop mockups and interactive prototypes to effectively communicate interaction and design concepts.


  • Solid background in human-computer interaction or related field

  • Solid understanding of user-centered design principles

  • Proven experience designing outstanding web-based products for consumer-oriented websites

  • Solid grasp of the application of current web technologies (DHTML, AJAX)

  • Strong sense of visual design and attention to detail

  • Excellent communication skills and the ability to work well as a member of a high-performing team

  • HTML & JavaScript capabilities for rapid prototyping a big plus

[tags]jobs, gigs, user experience design, interaction design, freelance, consulting, Newark, New Jersey[/tags]

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