Graduates from B.E/B.Tech/MCA/BCA -Students from any recognized university.
The candidate should possess basic understanding of the User Experience and Design discipline and related areas is desired.
Should have the knowledge of various development methodologies (like waterfall, scrum, etc.) is desired.
Should have the conceptual knowledge of user experience deliverables and activities like personas, scenarios, wireframes, usability requirements, and brainstorming sessions.
Should have the ability to work well in a team.
Should have the basic Knowledge in products such as: Photoshop, Illustrator, Flash, Dreamweaver, Director, and other professional design tools is desired.
The candidate must be passionate about improving software usability and optimizing the customer experience.
Must be passionate about improving software usability and optimizing the customer experience.
Must be a self-starter who thrives on working in a fast-paced environment.
LOCATION : Bangalore
EXPERIENCE : Freshers
QUALIFICATION : B.E/B.Tech/M.E/BCA/MCA/Others
The selected candidate will have the opportunity to work on various projects to aid the UX team.
Need to participate in initial design, user research and usability testing, as well as interaction design, prototyping and other UX Strategy initiatives and activities.
The intern will collaborate with user experience designers on our global team and engineering teams to create, verify, implement and maintain interaction designs.
EMC Corporation , a Financial Times Global 500, Fortune 500 and S&P 500 company, develops, delivers and supports information infrastructure and virtual infrastructure hardware, software, and services. EMC is headquartered in Hopkinton, Massachusetts, USA.Former Intel executive Richard Egan and his college roommate, Roger Marino, founded EMC in 1979. The company’s name, EMC, stands for the initials of the founders, and an unknown third individual who has remained nameless. “EMC Corporation” is the company’s full name. The company’s logo also incorporates exponent 2, a reference to Albert Einstein’s mass–energy equivalence theory.