Descriptionhe Museum are looking for a creative software developer with demonstrable design skills to make a significant contribution to user experience of the ResearchSpace project, hosted at the British Museum in London. ResearchSpace (www.researchspace.org) is a highly innovative and creative undertaking looking to harness the potential of Linked Open Data for use in a collaborative online research system based on harmonised cultural heritage datasets. The project will need to develop web tools for semantic search, annotation, communication and workflow, and deliver a system that is accessible to academic researchers working in different humanities disciplines, as well as other interested experts and enthusiasts.
Key areas of responsibility:
Requirements capture from HCI perspective;
- Web application design and wireframing for prototypes;
- (Front-end) implementation of the design, in collaboration with programming team;
- Creation of consistent and intuitive design across supplier components.
The ideal candidate will be educated to degree level or equivalent and have professional programming experience in a web based environment. The successful candidate will be able to demonstrable their experience of user interface design and methods. You will also have professional knowledge of programming and web standards, methodologies and practices. Good general programming skills will also be essential to the role and you must be familiar with the following software programmes:- AngularJS. JQuery, HTML (5), JSON, SPARQL and JSONLD.
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