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Full-time UX Designer

at Computer Futures in UK

A Digital Marketing company are seeking a Product UX Designer to join their team in the Thames Valley. If you can demonstrate an ability to deliver high quality enterprise products then you could be the Product UX Designer that we’re looking for.

What will you be doing?

As a Product UX Designer, you’ll be working closely with product managers, executives and engineers in order to translate business objectives into tangible designs. You’ll display excellent communication skills when gathering customer feedback and using this when working on future product iterations.

Furthermore, you’ll produce wireframes, prototypes and high-fidelity mock-ups. If you have the ability to build out design language, patterns and standards for a product or platform, then we want to hear from you.

What skills/experience should you have?

• Knowledge of PhotoShop, Illustrator Sketch, Zeplin, Invision (or similar)
• Track record of designing a UX for sophisticated applications
• Experience designing a UX for a Sophisticated Application
• Production of Wireframes, prototypes and high-fidelity mock ups
• Understanding of UI Frameworks

Who will you be working for?

As a Product UX Designer, you’ll be joining an established software company at their site in the Thames Valley. With such a motivated and diverse environment, you will be supported whilst working for an equal opportunity employer. You are sure to be working for a company who will recognise and reward you for your talent and commitment.

Do you have the ability to build sophisticated UX designs that give customers the option to enjoy complex technicalities while ensuring you don’t exclude novice users? If so, then you could be the Product UX Designer we’re looking for!

Interested? Get in touch!

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Published on 18-10-2017