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Full-time UX Designer

at NFTLearning in London, Europe

Outline of Role

We’re looking for a mid-level Japanese UX designer, or a designer with demonstrated Japanese market experience and conversational Japanese who can:

Help with Research, Testing and Evaluation and building a community of testers in Japan to help develop the product.
Help define the user experience and interface concepts.
Help ensure that the developed concepts are culturally appropriate to the Japanese market.

You’ll be directed by and report to the UX lead, and interact regularly with members of our technical, learning design and development teams.

Key Requirements

Must be bi-lingual (English and Japanese)
Have experience of user experience and user interface design in mobile and desktop environments in the Japanese markets (demonstrate at least one project/product targeting Japanese users)
Proficiency in industry standard wireframing and prototyping software
Knowledge of user experience and user interface design processes and methodology
Understanding of the software development life cycle
Solid knowledge of user-centred design principles
Ability to turn user stories into user flows, journey maps and wireframes.
Ability to write clear specifications and design guidelines for developers/designers
Excellent team player, with strong communication skills
Have experience working in an agile environment with globally distributed teams
Attention to detail and passion for creating high quality work
Knowledge of CSS & HTML5 an advantage

Company Background

Nikkei FT Learning provides digital language learning solutions for corporations and professional learners. We are part of Nikkei Inc., which provides a broad range of information, news and services for the global business community and the Financial Times, one of the world's leading news organisations.

Salary & Incentives

Starting from £30,000 GBP / €33,000 / $39,000
25 Days holiday

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Published on 20-11-2017