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Company Name: W. W. NORTON & COMPANY
Description: The UX team at W. W. Norton & Company is seeking a UX Design intern for a 3 month, 20 hours a week internship to assist and learn from our team of UX designers. Our team crosses many different types of customers, from general book consumers to college students and instructors. We have a collaborative design team environment and strive to make complex products easy for our customers to use. We practice a user-centered design approach to create products that engage and delight out customers.

As a UX Design intern, you will work closely with our UX Design colleagues on a W. W. Norton digital product.

The position reports to the Director of User Experience in our New York office.

Internship Responsibilities:
• Collaborate closely with design colleagues.
• Create sketches, wireframes, user flows and other UX documentation.
• Create design mock-ups and prototypes.
• Help present designs in design reviews to design team, stakeholders, and development teams.
Length of Internship: New York, NY
Requirements: Qualifications:
• Academic background and/or course work in Interaction Design, User Experience, Graphic Design or other design-related field.
• Good visual, verbal, written communication and presentation skills; must be able to explain the strategy and rationale behind your work and be open to modifications.
• Familiarity with design tools.
• Enthusiasm for user-centered design principles.
• A design portfolio is encouraged, but not required.
Location: New York, NY
Payment: $15/hour
How To Apply For This Internship: To apply, please email your resume and link to your portfolio to Denise Shanks at Only applicants who follow these instructions will be considered.
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