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Posted: August 12th, 2016 | Author: Mark Connolly | Filed under: Uncategorized | No Comments »
Now available in a special August Edition! Complete with this repeated text form our delightful July Edition:
In what is now a beloved summer tradition, it’s time to replace energizing presentations and deep UX thoughts with a lighter event befitting the season. Let’s savour that summer feeling with
a July an August uxWaterloo session that features informal talk, some of it even UX-related, and drinks. As befits any self-respecting tradition, we do this every July and August and the laid-back atmosphere and conversations are a welcome addition to any summer schedule. Join us!
And, as has become a yearly tradition, count on hearing from Bob and Mark with an an update on Fluxible 2016, Canada’s UX Festival! You’ve been warned…
Please register for this free event
Thursday August 18, 2016
5:30 to 7:00 pm
Abe Erb Brewing
15 King Street South, Uptown Waterloo
Posted: March 31st, 2016 | Author: Robert Barlow-Busch | Filed under: Jobs, Uncategorized | No Comments »
To start, you’ll be surrounded by smart, innovative, caring people — invested in our customers and the community. If you’re looking to share your unique perspective and ideas at a collaborative table and help equip all kinds of businesses achieve their visions, check us out.
NetSuite is looking for a passionate and highly collaborative user experience designer to support our Cash Management/Financials team in Waterloo, Canada.
The mission of the Experience Design team is to bring delight to enterprise software. The ideal candidate is a creative problem solver with a passion for providing innovative and elegant designs. They will work with cross–functional teams in various locations to drive design process and design thinking efforts.
- Hands-on creative problem solving in a cloud-driven enterprise software system.
- Work with a multi-disciplined UX team of designers, user researchers and product managers in a fast-paced, dynamic, agile environment.
- Produce high-quality design deliverables that communicate design solutions and facilitate discussion.
- Presentation of design alternatives and effectively communicate rationale and trade-offs.
- Demonstrate a passion for iteration and eager to receive feedback.
- Ability to manage and prioritize multiple projects of varying timelines, degrees of complexity and scope.
- Responsible for managing remote and local employees.
- Degree in Product/Industrial Design, Human Factors, Human Computer Interaction or related field, or equivalent professional experience.
- Minimum 5+ years working in the field of UX/UI design.
- Online portfolio demonstrating experience producing sketches, wireframes, mock-ups, prototypes, task-flows or relevant design artifacts.
- Experience producing high quality wireframes, mock-ups, prototypes, etc.
- Experience working in Agile Development methodology a plus.
- Experience managing local / remote employees.
Learn more about working at NetSuite Waterloo, then apply directly by email to Gary Good (ggood at netsuite dot com. Note: Please include your resume and portfolio in order to be considered for this position.
Posted: August 12th, 2015 | Author: Katie Cerar | Filed under: Uncategorized | No Comments »
UX Book Club KW has run for its inaugural year under the uxWaterloo umbrella, but now it’s time for us to spread our wings and branch out on our own. Read below for information about our next Book Club event and how to sign up for our new meetup group at meetup.com/UX-Book-Club-KW. Many thanks to Bob and Mark at uxWaterloo for supporting us over our first year!
With a lot of summer reading time still to go, why not settle into your beach chair or hammock with our September UX Book Club pick. At our next meeting, we’ll be discussing Abby Covert’s recent book, How To Make Sense Of Any Mess, a book about, “information architecture for everybody”.
We all face messes or situations where the interactions between people and information are confusing or full of difficulties. Who doesn’t bump up against messes of information and people every day? Especially in a world that’s getting more complex, it is easy to be overwhelmed by the amount of information we encounter. This book provides a seven step process for making sense of any mess. Each chapter contains a set of lessons as well as workbook exercises architected to help you to work through your own mess.
Many of you have commented how you’ve enjoyed having the author join us. We completely agree and are thrilled to say that Abby will be joining us live and in person.
Finally, from now on we’ll be using Meetup.com to manage book club. Join us there now!
Please register at meetup.com/UX-Book-Club-KW for this free event as spaces are limited.
Wednesday September 23rd, 2015
7:00 to 8:30 pm
If you can’t make it out to UX Book Club (and even if you can!), be sure to catch Abby at Fluxible 2015, September 26-27th. Her talk, Time as Material, explores time and how — perhaps more than any other force — it determines if we will succeed or if we will fail.
And if you want to hear more about UX Book Club events, please join our Meetup group (meetup.com/UX-Book-Club-KW) as a member. New events will be announced through the meetup group in the future.
Looking forward to seeing you soon!
Katie and Davis