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  • 28 Mar 2017 6:37 PM | Anonymous

    About this position

    Anthro-Tech needs a content strategist to lead content improvement projects, develop & deliver training workshops, and help tell the story of our company. For our user-centered design (UCD) projects, you’ll work closely with user researchers and designers to ensure that content and information architecture supports user experience strategy. You’ll be improving huge client websites and digital products. You’ll be working with government organizations with diverse audiences, non-profits with inspiring missions, and technology pioneers. You’ll also turn your focus internally to drive company content creation efforts to spread the word about the impact and quality of our work.

    Some of the things you would’ve done last week if you were working with us:

    • Provided guidance for a content audit. Worked with subject matter experts to determine which content could be deleted, revised or migrated as is.
    • Held office hours to guide multiple content contributors within a client agency
    • Developed an improvement strategy for content on large information-rich website
    • Conducted an information architecture study with key user groups to determine how easy / difficult it is for users to find the information they need.
    • Taught a workshop for 25 participants in web writing
    • Worked with Anthro-Tech collaborators on a featured article for our website
    • Drafted and revised social content for Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn
    • Managed our editorial calendar for Anthro-Tech content
    • Lead governance documentation efforts for a client agency in accordance with its marketing and branding strategy, business goals and user needs

    Here are some other things you might do:

    • Plan improvement for a huge website with outdated, disjointed, duplicative content
    • Coach and mentor content contributors to prioritize and plan
    • Leverage customer research, personas, journey maps and site data (Google, Click  and Search analytics) to develop content strategies that target user needs and support business goals
    • Set up Gather Content to manage large content improvement projects with lots of content contributors
    • Conduct card sorting studies to inform user-centered information architectures
    • Draft and iterate a video script for a case study video
    • Collaborate with User Researchers and UX Designers to usability test a product
    • Facilitate a workshop to map out current content writing workflow roles and responsibilities; identify gaps, opportunities, and risks
    • Create and edit content

    Qualifications and attitude

    Experience is important. We’re looking for someone who has led content strategy and improvement initiatives, published in an enterprise content management system, and helped others through the process. We have a smart and inspired team of researchers and designers who care deeply about our clients, our work, and our company. To fit in, a person has to be driven to add value, and comfortable with technology, uncertainty, and a hard-charging entrepreneurial environment. You should consider yourself a professional and love solving problems and getting things done. This is a consulting position, so you need to enjoy rolling up your sleeves and helping client organizations tackle challenging large-scale projects.

    Scheduling & travel

    This is a full-time position. Regional travel approximately 1 to 3 days a week. You’ll regularly work on-site with clients, primarily in Seattle and Olympia. Occasional national travel may be required.

    About Anthro-Tech, Inc.

    Anthro-Tech is a user-centered design consultancy focused on government agencies, nonprofits, and enterprises with a social impact mission. We are leaders in digital strategy, user research, user experience design, usability testing and UX training services. Much of our work focuses on websites, mobile applications, service design, and customer experience strategy. Anthro-Tech's offices are located in Seattle and Olympia, Washington where we also operate our usability labs, training center, and client collaboration spaces.

    Applications should include the following:

    • Cover letter stating your background, salary requirements, and the reason for interest in working with Anthro-Tech.
    • Resume and a short write-up describing your most significant content strategy engagement. We’re looking for a track record of experience and dedication.

    Please reference the “Content Strategist Position” in your correspondence and direct inquiries to:

    Thank you for your interest.

  • 08 Mar 2017 6:17 PM | Anonymous

    Anthro-Tech is looking for a UX Researcher to work with our smart and inspired team. The ideal candidate is well versed in both quantitative and qualitative research methodologies and understands how to apply research to inform design and strategy decisions across a broad spectrum of client projects.


    As a UX Researcher at Anthro-Tech, you'll participate in a variety of activities:

    • Collaborate with project contributors, stakeholders, and interdisciplinary teams to define research projects that help inform design requirements
    • Provide both qualitative and quantitative data analysis expertise
    • Design and conduct surveys and usability tests
    • Participate in field research
    • Turn research findings into action-oriented design recommendations

    Core characteristics

    • Empathetic: You want to make a difference in people’s lives.
    • Problem solver: You tackle problems head on.
    • Excellent listener: You listen to gain a deeper understanding.
    • Collaborator: You excel at contributing within a multi-disciplinary team.
    • Socially engaged: You believe your UX skills can make the world a better place.
    • Curious: You ask why and tinker with experiments that help find the answer.
    • Humble: Even with everything you know, you accept that there is still a lot to learn.


    • Master's degree in Human Centered Design, Human Factors, Human-Computer Interaction, Psychology or a related field (or equivalent experience)
    • Minimum of 2 years professional experience planning and conducting user research
    • Experience in a wide variety of research methods (e.g. lab studies, benchmarking, card sorting, heuristic evaluations, task analysis, surveys)
    • Fluent with usability practices and theory
    • Experience with qualitative and quantitative data analysis such as advanced statistical analysis (e.g. factor analysis, cluster analysis, confidence intervals, etc.)
    • Familiarity with tools such as SPSS, Survey Gizmo, Google Analytics, Excel, Morae, etc.

    Scheduling & travel

    This is a full-time position based at our headquarters in Olympia, Washington. Regional travel approximately 1 to 3 days a week. During these days you’ll work on-site with clients, primarily in Seattle and Olympia. Occasional national travel may be required.

    About Anthro-Tech, Inc.

    Anthro-Tech is a user-centered design consultancy focused on government agencies, nonprofits, and enterprises with a social impact mission. We provide user-centered design strategy, user research, user experience design, usability testing and UX training services to organizations. Much of our work focuses on websites, mobile applications, service design, wayfinding, and customer experience strategy. Anthro-Tech's offices are located in Seattle and Olympia, Washington where we operate our usability labs, training, and collaborate with clients.

    Applications should include the following:

    Cover letter stating your background, career objectives, salary range, and reason for interest in working with Anthro-Tech

    Your resume

    A short write-up of your most significant research contribution

    Reference the “UX Researcher" in your correspondence, and direct inquiries to:

    No agencies, please.

    Thank you for your interest!

  • 01 Feb 2017 4:30 AM | Anonymous

    To apply, please visit

    The University of Washington (UW) is proud to be one of the nation’s premier educational and research institutions. Our people are the most important asset in our pursuit of achieving excellence in education, research, and community service. Our staff not only enjoys outstanding benefits and professional growth opportunities, but also an environment noted for diversity, community involvement, intellectual excitement, artistic pursuits, and natural beauty.

    The UW Graduate School has an outstanding opportunity for a Graduate Academic and Career Advisor.

    The Master of Human-Computer Interaction + Design (MHCI+D) is a fee-based interdisciplinary degree program in the Graduate School jointly sponsored by four departments: Human Centered Design & Engineering, and Computer Science & Engineering in the College of Engineering, the Information School, and the Division of Design in the School of Art + Art History + Design in the College of Arts & Sciences. The MHCI+D program was founded by faculty active in the Design-Use-Build (DUB) Center and is supported by the Human-Computer Interaction + Design Faculty Group. Its employees report to the Graduate School.

    The program curriculum offers an integrated, immersive, intensive, cohort-based interdisciplinary program providing education in human computer interaction plus design. Now in its 4th year, MHCI+D has quickly become a leading competitor with master’s degrees offered by Carnegie Mellon, Georgia Tech, and University of Michigan, among others. The students accepted into the program come from a range of backgrounds and learn together as a 30-student cohort, each contributing and building knowledge and skills during their single year together.

    The Master’s in Human-Computer Interaction + Design degree program seeks the services of a full-time, 12-month Graduate Academic and Career Advisor. Under the supervision of the Associate Director of Student Services, the Graduate Academic and Career Advisor is the main point of contact for delivering student services throughout the entire graduate student lifecycle with the program, from first considering application until graduating and launching or returning to their careers and becoming program alumni. This person is the primary contact for applicants (400 in 2017), and current students (29 in 2017) regarding their educational options and how those options align to industry needs and student career objectives. Our program is high-touch, and this person should be helpful, timely, accurate, and consistently demonstrate the care the University of Washington has for each student. Finally, the Graduate Academic and Career Advisor will represent the program and the University at local and online recruiting events and contribute, individually and as part of a team, to the continued evolution and improvement of the MHCI+D program.


    Recruiting and Admissions

    • Assume ownership for refinement and execution of annual recruitment plans, including web-based education and in-person information sessions and campus visits. Investigate additional or innovative approaches to recruiting and test their effectiveness in a cost effective manner.
    • Lead the refinement and execution of program admissions process. Facilitate review of each admission cycle, update policies and procedures and web-based information. Implement revised policies once approved; troubleshoot issues as needed.
    • Manage all aspects of program-related online and on-campus recruiting events, including events by UW Consortium College (UWC2), the four sponsoring departments, those supportive of UW Initiatives on Race and Equity, and related industry and professional association events. Be a conduit for national/international recruiting for prospective students and future employers; may represent program at related national/international conferences.
    • Develop and execute annual cycle of communications, events and activities to engage leads and prospects, and ensure good applicant yield and retention of incoming students; utilize contact-management system(s) to track contacts. Inform applicants of program details and the admissions process.
    • Manage process for Admissions Review Committee to ensure adherence to University policy and equal review of all applications. Provide accurate and illustrated information to Admissions Review committee.
    • Refine and deliver onboarding information for admitted students, including updating online resources, and providing regular communications throughout the spring and summer to ensure retention. Ensure Fall registration of incoming cohort by pre-determined deadline (usually mid-June).
    • Provide regular updates about prospective students and the status of recruiting and admissions to the Associate Director, Academic Director, and Admissions Committee chair.
    • Liaise with other departments on campus as necessary (International Student Services, Office of Student Financial Aid, and others) to ensure accurate handling of questions and applications. Liaise with UW Graduate School and UWC2, as necessary regarding unique procedures for fee-based programs.
    • Oversee admission decision notification process to applicants, in addition to conveying admission decisions to the Graduate School using MyGrad program.

    Advise and Counsel

    • Advise and counsel students throughout the life-cycle of their graduate student experience, from consideration through enrollment and graduation to launching or returning to their careers and becoming program alumni.
    • Communicate degree requirements to students; assist students with graduation planning; monitor degree progress; convey requests for graduation to the Graduate School.
    • Counsel students on specific core and elective courses and how they align to industry needs and student career goals; work with individual students to develop their academic plan and career seeking strategy.
    • Coordinate quarterly process of student selection of elective courses and registration.
    • Coordinate with Academic Director on student progress and academic probation; meet with individual students as needed to review satisfactory academic progress.
    • Communicate with the Associate Director and Academic Director about cohort morale, emerging student needs, and feedback on curriculum.
    • Help individual students resolve issues with registration, financial aid, and other administrative roadblocks that may arise; make appropriate referrals to UW resources such as International Student Services, Financial Aid Office, Center for Career Services, Counseling Center, etc.
    • Provide web based tools and information to support students’ academic success.
    • Connect students with resources to aid them with job search strategies, identifying career options, and filling skill gaps; recommend additional resources and tools that will help all students.
    • Advise prospective students on program benefits and features to assist them in determining program fit. Coordinate and host campus visits from individual prospective students.
    • Advise prospective students regarding the application process, degree requirements, transfer and GNM credits, and other issues.
    • Plan and conduct new student orientation with the involvement of the Associate Director and Academic Director.
    • Host regular office hours to discuss students’ needs from the program.

    Alumni Relations and Employer Connections

    • Conduct annual survey of alumni and update job placement statistics and career advancement anecdotes; gather and report metrics to Associate Director and Academic Director.
    • Extend program relationships with graduates for gathering stories, future employment, capstone sponsorship, fundraising and other opportunities.
    • Conduct annual survey of employers of MHCI+D graduates about alignment of education goals with industry needs.
    • Support program relationships with industry representatives for future employment, capstone sponsorship, fundraising and other opportunities.
    • Be a conduit for national/international recruiting for future employers.
    • Utilize contact-management system(s) to track contacts with alumni and employers.

    Program Special Projects

    • Work on special projects as assigned, autonomously crafting and executing work plans while keeping in communication with Associate Director and Academic Director.
    • Participate in creation and execution of annual events, including Kick-Off, Visitors Days, Career Conference, Capstone Presentations, Graduation, Alumni Receptions; recommend improvements and take lead on implementing improvements, once approved.
    • Participate in development of marketing and recruiting strategy, social media, and materials, helping shape program messaging.
    • Work with Associate Director, Academic Director and supporting academic departments to ensure that students have access to appropriate electives.
    • Conduct annual review of alternative and competing programs; report findings to Associate Director and Academic Director with recommendations based on best practices and trends.
    • Assist with academic reviews (5-year review will begin in 2018).
    • Other duties as assigned.

    May function as lead for hourly student employees.


    Master's Degree in related field and 2-3 years of work experience in academic advising for college or university students, and/or recruiting, and/or career coaching and job placement.

    Additional Requirements:

    • Experience working with individuals of varying ages and diverse backgrounds, including underrepresented minorities and/or international students or employees.
    • Demonstrated ability to balance student centered responsibilities with program-wide responsibilities.
    • Demonstrated ability to resolve difficult, challenging, or unique situations.
    • Demonstrated ability to create or improve upon projects and deliverables.
    • Demonstrated ability to manage time and workload against external deadlines.
    • Proficiency with Microsoft WORD and Excel, cloud-based tools such as MyGrad, Google Docs/Spreadsheet/Slides, electronic calendaring, electronic contact management system.
    • Excellent verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills.
    • Strong attention to detail.

    Equivalent education/experience will substitute for all minimum qualifications except when there are legal requirements, such as a license/certification/registration.


    • Experience implementing recruitment activities based on a strategic plan.
    • Experience in career advising or job placement.
    • Experience in graduate level academic program.
    • Experience with UW systems such as MyGrad, MyPlan, DARs, Canvas, Catalyst, etc.
    • Experience in or knowledge of human-computer interaction, design, or a related field.
    • This is a full-time, year-round position.
    • Regular on-site business hours.
    • May require hours outside of normal work schedule for evening events or international phone calls.
    • May occasionally require participation at weekend events.

    Appointment to this position is contingent upon obtaining satisfactory results from a criminal background check

    Application Process:

    The application process for UW positions may include completion of a variety of online assessments to obtain additional information that will be used in the evaluation process. These assessments may include Work Authorization, Criminal Conviction History, Cover Letter and/or others. Any assessments that you need to complete will appear on your screen as soon as you select “Apply to this position”. Once you begin an assessment, it must be completed at that time; if you do not complete the assessment you will be prompted to do so the next time you access your “My Jobs” page. If you select to take it later, it will appear on your "My Jobs" page to take when you are ready. Please note that your application will not be reviewed, and you will not be considered for this position until all required assessments have been completed.

  • 25 Jan 2017 11:49 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

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  • 01 Dec 2016 2:22 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Wimmer Solutions- Senior VUI/UX Designer- Redmond, WA

    To apply contact: Tim Poole, Senior Manager, Recruiting

    o.  206.456.5705
    m. 425.444.6389

    • Be an interactive voice expert working cross functionally across the organization
    • Participate in pitch meetings and ideation sessions with targeted partners
    • Drive design from initial concept through final implementation
    • Work closely with external partners to take ideas from initial concepts to    launch
    • Assist in the delivery of high quality voice, interaction and conversational user experiences
    • Track and report progress against deliverables to ensure end-to-end visibility of assigned deliverables
    • Create style guides and design pattern libraries in support of the overall product and project
    • Assess partner design and integration risks and provide mitigation options
    • Provide feedback to product team
    • Ability to work cross-team and synthesize feedback and input from multiple sources
    • Develop conceptual diagrams, wireframes, visual mockups, and prototypes
    • Maintain an organized library of source files and assets
    • Contribute to, and curate, the group’s best practices for interactive voice design
    • Assist in the development of assignments and schedules
    • 3-5 years of professional experience as an interactive designer/user experience designer; expertise in human-computer/device interaction
    • Experience working on audio, speech and language solutions that transform how customers interact with devices, products and services
    • Experience designing conversational experiences with multi-turn dialog
    • Experience owning and delivering user experience design across voice and voice-enabled platforms
    • Experience designing for a variety of form factors including: iOS, Android, Tablet and desktop
    • Experience working directly with customers and external partners, and a strong customer-centric orientation
    • Recent experience with voice or multimodal speech interfaces
    • Knowledge and experience with UI development technologies
    • Detail-oriented with strong problem solving skills
    • Drive the development and communication of voice design guidelines and patterns
    •Comfortable working with pre-release development environments

  • 28 Nov 2016 2:51 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    User Experience Designer II/III – Visibility FDG

    • Seattle, WA
    • Full-time

     To apply here's the link to the Expeditors site

    Company Description

    “We’re not in the shipping business; we’re in the information business” -Peter Rose, Expeditors Founder

    Global supply chain management is what we do, but at the heart of Expeditors you will find professionalism, leadership, and a friendly environment, all of which foster an innovative, customer service-based approach to logistics.

    • 15,000 trained professionals
    • 250+ locations worldwide
    • Fortune 500
    • Globally unified systems


    Job Description

    The Visibility Functional Development Group provides software for internal and external customers to track, manage, and analyze their supply chain. Working collaboratively with our Development teams, you’ll create a better experience for our users. 

    Using proven qualitative and quantitative research techniques you’ll discover pain points and opportunities, and help our stakeholders understand and prioritize user needs and requirements. You’ll communicate insights that generate an in-depth understanding of users and solutions. You’ll be creative and flexible about process, ensuring that teams have the information they need to provide value to customers as quickly as possible.

    You’ll collaborate with teams to turn research insights into effective design concepts. You’ll facilitate design discussions, provide clear rationale for design ideas and explain how they align to user and business goals. You’ll create wireframes and prototypes, present them to stakeholders and iterate designs based on feedback.



    Minimum Qualifications:

    • BA/BS in Computer Science, Human-Computer Interaction, Cognitive Science, Experimental Psychology, Anthropology, Information Science, Informatics or related field
    • Demonstrated experience with major research methodologies, user centered design principles and user interface design patterns
    • The ability to use design tools to create sketches, wireframes, prototypes and mockups
    • 2 years of relevant work experience
    • A portfolio that demonstrates experience in UX research and design

    Preferred Experience:

    • Experience with Optimal Workshop, Fluid Survey, Adobe Creative Cloud, and MS Office tools
    • Experience with Agile and Scrum
    • An understanding of modern coding languages and tools and how they are used to improve the overall experience
    • Familiarity with supply chain and logistics business concepts


    Additional Information

    Expeditors offers excellent benefits

    • Paid Vacation, Holiday, Sick Time 
    • Health Plan: Medical, Prescription Drug, Dental and Vision
    • Life and Long Term Disability Insurance 
    • 401(k) Retirement Savings Plan (US only)
    • Employee Stock Purchase Plan 
    • Training and Personnel Development Program


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