I talk to a lot of people about what people call “design”. There are developers who are great at design but many are worried about not having ‘design’ skills. But I don’t think design skills are nearly as important as usability skills. Shiny buttons, rounded corners, and lovely gradients are great, but if I am guessing on what the app is doing, we’re all doomed.
I use Skype. There I said it. I feel better.
I am looking for a great designer/UX person. I am in the middle of a rather large project that I can’t talk about…but I need that great designer-minded person. I am more interested in your sense of usability and flair for great looking apps. The person should be familiar with web and mobile applications and have helped out with consistent look and feel through a full project.
Of note, I am not interested in super-polished, corporate design work – I am looking for something more special than that. Usability is important, but a great sense of style and theme are more important. HTML/CSS wireframes are not nearly as important.
If you're building Internet applications, you've probably been bombarded with lots of new technologies the last few years: Silverlight, Flex, ASP.NET MVC, jQuery, etc. While all of these technologies have their use-cases, many of them are pointing to something that is new and important.
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