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Senior User Experience Designer
Bellevue, WA

I applied online - interviewed at Expedia in February 2013.

Interview Details – Found listing on LinkedIn. Applied through the Expedia site. Call from HR came 2 days later and briefly described position. Second call to determine skill set was about 30 mins long. Very standard. I sent additional portfolio materials. An in person interview was arranged. Brief HR talk, then 90 minute portfolio review followed by five 45 minute one on ones (plus lunch they provided). Very active interview. Lots of design questions and a fair amount of whiteboarding ways to solve for UX problems. Left feeling pretty good about company and people. Although it was a long day, the time flew by.

Interview Question – At one point the director was trying to get a specific answer out of me, but I was unable to come up with the exact solution she was thinking of. Basically she wanted to know how to get a user to make a predetermined choice. I went for fun and light answers, seeking user empathy as an answer. But she wanted a specific answer and it wasn't as touchy/feely as my approach. Hate when that happens, but I'm sure they know there's more than one way to do things.   Answer Question

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