Layar is seeking a creative and highly motivated senior interaction designer to join our design team.
Are you the kick-ass interaction designer we are looking for? That dude or dudette that feels very comfortable working between the lines of design, product management and development on the bleeding edge of the emerging medium of augmented reality? That someone that translates great ideas into world class interaction designs. You are crucial in the process of further developing our great product. You are amazing in making elaborate user flows. Also you can stand in front of a crowd to guide them through your great ideas to make Layar better. You have a great portfolio of work and it is easy to see that you know mobile and care about our user. If you also are a sci-fi lover and have experience with game design just show up and don’t even bother to make an appointment. (((Oh lord-a-mercy.)))
*Its so cute that this Dutch AR company survived an entire year, and how they’ve got real offices, real customers and even something like a business philosophy that they can share with lesser mortals. http://gamesalfresco.com/2010/07/07/short-interview-celebrating-layars-first-year/ *And they’ve got “floaticons.” A year ago, floaticons didn’t even exist.
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