UX Designer

Employer
Undisclosed Company
Location
Oxfordshire, Abingdon
Salary
£35.00 - £45.00 per hour
Closing date
1 Aug 2019

Fantastic Temporary UX Designer role vacancy, based in Oxfordshire. You will be working with a team of UX Designers within an integrated software development team. As a UX Designer your focus will be to deliver exceptional experiences for their customer, whilst embracing any challenges.

The UX Designer role is Full-time; Hours 8am - 5pm; Temp Hourly rate £35.00-45.00 per hour and the Contractor Daily rate is £280-£360.

To be considered for the UX Designer role you will need to have a portfolio (PDF or online) that illustrates examples of wire-frames, pro-types, user journeys/experience map, persona, usability test plans and reports, end-product design.

Skills

You enjoy creating well- crafted user experiences

Problem solver and creative

Analytic methodical approach

Substantial industry knowledge working as a UX Designer for clients

Sketch experience

How you consider approach and resolve real- world UX challenges

Team player; strong collaborator

Able to create click- able pro-types of design concepts in code/tools using any of the following tools OmniGraffle, Axure, Figma and Principle

Able to work in an Agile environment

Quick learner

Duties

Contributing to (and depending on experience, leading) the UX of complex projects through from Discovery to Delivery, including everything in between

Participating in and sometimes leading research to help you and your team generate understanding and empathy for your users and their needs

Reviewing requirements gathered from client stakeholders and subject matter experts, and exploring how these can be translated into compelling design concepts

Planning and facilitating workshops to help you, your team, and customers discover needs, set project direction, and create solutions

Crafting experiences that go beyond good design into delighting users

Communicating your designs both internally to team members, and to stakeholders, not only through sketches, wire-frames and mock-ups, but also verbally and in workshops

Testing designs with users

Helping non-UX professionals to understand the value of UX and adopt UX practices - we believe the experience is a shared responsibility and want to take the whole team on the journey

Drawing upon existing design standards and pattern libraries, as well as identifying opportunities to expand them where necessary

Thinking about Information Architecture and how best to expose only what is necessary to the end user through simple UI and Interaction