IT & Internet
£70,000 to £72,000 Per Annum
Remote / UK
Snr UX Designer, Remote (UCD) – Remote/UK
£70k - £72k
My client, an award-winning Media Publisher has a new innovation team who are on the lookout for an enthusiastic and skilled Snr UX Designer who is expected to work with our world-class Data & Analytics, and User Research teams to help analyse design problems and test out solutions.
This role can be fully remote or 2 days a week onsite, your choice.
They are a small, User Experience & Design team, with backgrounds and experience at many top digital businesses, and we need great creative people with drive, passion and a desire to innovate to come on board and help us make this happen.
You’ll also be working on a range of projects large to small, and experimental designs that can be tested to provide data to support decision-making. Your day-to-day interactions will be with stakeholders, Product Managers, Analytics, Engineering and the UX & Design team.
Be mindful of stakeholder needs, both user and business
Create highly engaging and intuitive user interfaces
Be able to challenge and critique briefs and UI visual designs
Always strive for a creative or innovative solution when possible
Be able to rationalise your solutions to the project team
Work directly with the development team
Have incredible attention to detail
Participate in and/or run UX workshops when needed
Bring stakeholders and product teams along with you as you work
Be a brilliant communicator face-to-face and in presentations
Advocate UX practice across product & development teams and with stakeholders
Requirements, qualifications and experience
You will most likely have 5+ years industry experience, agency side or client-side
You will have a solid background in UCD
You will have worked extensively on consumer-facing products.
You will understand how to interpret user research and data to develop insights leading to working UX theories and concepts
You know all about user experience, cognitive models, cultural modes of interaction, neurophysiology and how it affects perception, interaction principles, and why they are important
You are able to demonstrate your approach to the UX process and articulate it
You will be used to articulating your design choices, and presenting these to others
You will be able to develop personas based on data / research, user journeys, wireframes (scamp to high fidelity, and interactive prototypes in Axure as appropriate
You have a UX/HCI/Product or Industrial Design qualification
You will have worked on mobile, tablet, web projects
You will have worked closely and successfully with developers
You will have experience of working in AGILE or equivalent fast turn-around development environments
You will be experienced in using Sketch, Axure Pro, OmniGraffle, Photoshop and the Google apps suite
Additional Resources Ltd is an Employment Business and an Employment Agency as defined within The Conduct of Employment Agencies & Employment Businesses Regulations 2003.