Job Opportunity: Web Auditor

ForeSee in Ann Arbor, Michigan has a job opportunity for a Usability Auditor to conduct usability audit reviews aimed at improving the interface of websites to enhance the user experience.

ForeSee The Usability Auditor participates in all phases of the usability audit review delivery process—from conducting in-depth usability audits to delivering results verbally and in written format to the client. Specialized training will be provided by ForeSee.

Position Responsibilities

  • Review satisfaction data and communicate with Satisfaction Research Analysts to determine area of focus for usability audit
  • Conduct usability audits and write up expert usability evaluations.
  • Conduct usability reviews of prototypes, including wireframes and requirements documents.
  • Manage our proprietary usability audit database application.
  • Conduct ad hoc research regarding usability principles and best practices.
  • Act as internal resource regarding usability and the Usability Audit Review service.
  • Be part of a great team of smart, friendly Usability professionals.
  • Take part in “Extreme Snack Day” with enthusiasm rather than skepticism.

More information about the position can be found an the ForeSee website.

September Event - Special Guest Speaker: Brad Colbow

In design, the user experience is paramount and getting the little details right can make a huge difference. In this presentation Brad talks about his experience designing interfaces for mobile devices and looking at how little changes can have a big impact on how we use them. You will be introduced to the world of human interface guidelines for mobile devices.

  • What can we learn by comparing and contrasting the guidelines of these mobile players and how can we incorporate it into our apps and websites?
  • What are the main differences in developing for these platforms and what do user experience designers need to take into account before starting a project?
  • Should you focus on building an app or make your website mobile friendly instead?

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Cost: Free (free parking, too)


Thanks to Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan for hosting our September event. We’ll be meeting in downtown Detroit at:

Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan
600 East Lafayette Street
Detroit, MI map | parking at BCBSM (free)

Registration is required. Please register before 10am September 18.

About Brad

Brad Colbow is creative director at Designing Interactive in Cleveland Ohio. Brad is an award-winning web designer, best known for his comics that are published monthly in .Net magazine and “The Brads” a (almost) weekly strip found on his personal website. His work has appeared on the New York Time’s website, CNET, Smashing Magazine and elsewhere. You can find out more about him and his work on his website

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