Fluxible aficionados know that we provide plenty of opportunities to learn about UX design and research. Of course, Fluxible isn’t the only learning context on the world. There are others, including our sponsor Wilfrid Laurier University. They have a couple of job openings right now that may be the opportunity for you to teach the next generation of UX folks!
Course Instructor: UX204 BR – Digital Technology Lab.
This course introduces students to basic computer and digital media concepts in hardware, software, and networking. Widely used applications including word processing, spreadsheets, databases, presentation, and web development software are studied and students are introduced to their academic portfolio platform as they learn how to manage digital media files across multiple platforms in order to create and maintain a professional portfolio. Requires an undergraduate degree with at least 1 year experience teaching computer applications in a Mac lab. See more details and apply.
Course Instructor: UX211 BR – Graphic Design Studio I.
Graphic Design Studio I introduces students to formal, perceptual, symbolic and technical aspects of visual communication. Students explore graphic design concepts including: typography, image, form, color, proportion and space. This course provides an introduction to the design of both 2 and 3 dimensional projects as well as the practice of design critiques. Requires a BFA/BA and professional work experience in graphic design/typography. However, we will consider an applicant without a BA/BFA provided they have solid experience as a graphic designer. See more details and apply.
Deadline to apply for these positions is June 12.