We’re hiring an information architect/user experience analyst to work out of our Edmonton office. If you’re interested and you meet the requirements, please get in touch–we’d love to talk with you!
- Collaborate with clients and other team members to plan, conduct and analyze qualitative and quantitative user research. Typical research methods include surveys, usability tests and interviews.
- Analyze website content to create inventories, audits, content models and metadata schema.
- Work with web analytics tools to gather insights about user behaviour on large websites and Intranets.
- Develop site maps, metadata, labeling schemes for large websites, Intranets and document repositories.
- Collaborate with UX designers on navigation and interface design.
- Three years working as an information architect, content strategist, UX designer, business analyst, or related job, with a focus on large websites, web applications and/or mobile apps.
- Undergraduate or graduate degree in psychology, anthropology, sociology, library science or a related field.
- Solid understanding of qualitative and quantitative research methodologies and analysis techniques.
- An interest in working on complex problems that cover web, mobile and sometimes physical experiences.
- General understanding of user experience design process and methodologies.
- Fluent in web analytics tools such as Google Analytics, WebTrends, Crazy Egg and others.
- Comfortable working independently as well as collaboratively with clients and teammates.
- A curious mind and a questioning disposition.
- Ability to travel occasionally.
What We Offer
- Competitive salary based on your experience
- Fully-paid benefits package
- Paid holidays and personal time
- Professional development opportunities
- Work-life balance
- A supportive team that’s passionate about design and user experience
How to Apply
Email careers [at] nform.com with your resume, a cover letter and a link to your portfolio. No calls, please. This position will remain open until a suitable candidate is found.