Mid-Senior UI/UX DesignerThis job listing has expired
£35-£45k (doe) + up to 10% Annual Bonus
Company Benefits + Annual Review
Our client are looking for UI / UX Designer to join their team on a permanent basis.
This will be a very hands-on design role working across a huge re-platforming projects across their website.
The ideal candidate will be ambitious but also strategic and happy working across multiple design sprints with iterative changes involved.
Evolving the current brand, the iterative changes must be inline with the business.
You may be working closely with a Junior Designer with an element of mentoring and guiding involved.
There is a small possibility of working on a native app some point, however previous native app experience is only considered a bonus for this role.
You will be primarily working heavily across Web based projects.
In terms of UX, you will be required to use Sketch as well as other interaction / UX tools to wireframe and prototype.
The full Job Spec is available for shortlisted candidates
If you are interested in finding out more, please can you apply with a copy of your:
- UI/UX Portfolio
- Salary expectation
- Availability to start with any notice periods
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