Title: User Experience Internship
Salary Range: Not Known
Consideration Date: Rolling Basis
The Archives of American Art invites the applications for “User Experience Internship Program”. Interns will gain first-hand experience on user experience projects such as usability studies and analytics analyses and will provide assistance to the Digital Experience Manager on UX reports and design improvements. Interns will learn a variety of skills that will make them desirable candidates in their upcoming web careers such as web analytics, information architecture, wireframing, content management system experience, interface design, HTML, and CSS.
The Archives of American Art is the largest collection of primary resources documenting the history of the visual arts in the United States. More than 20 million items of original material are housed in the Archives’ research centers in Washington, D.C. and New York City.
Learn more about this internship program:
- Strong interpersonal/communication skills
- Keen attention to detail in oral and written work
- Highly organized with excellent analytical/problem-solving skills and effective time management
- Some familiarity with web technologies; any experience with HTML or CSS is a plus
- Possess a passion for design, digital media, and technology
- Self-starters that are able to work independently without much instruction
- Ability to commit a minimum of 180 hours over a minimum of 11 weeks
- Tracking and assessing online analytics and producing reports
- Contributing to the Archives’ social media platforms
- Producing and editing graphics
- Researching and reporting on digital and technology trends
- Providing administrative assistance to the Digital Experience Manager
How to Apply:
Applications for the internship must be submitted by the given link:
- Letter of reference, not two instead of submitting the second letter of reference.
- A one-page work sample document each work sample should have a 1–2 paragraph description outlining your role in the project and technologies employed
For technical assistance, you can contact the OCIOHelpDesk-at-si.edu or call: 202-633-4000 ext. 1 (U.S.)