Mid level UX/UI Designer

Posted 15 November 2021
Salary£32000 - £37000 per annum
LocationLondon
Job type Permanent
DisciplineSoftware & Web Development
ReferencePR/009512_1637054750
Contact NameLeon Wellings-Jones

Job description

Role: Mid - Level UX/UI Designer
Location: Manchester - Primarily Remote (Once every 3 weeks in office)
Salary: £32,000 - £37,000

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I am currently on the hunt for a Mid - Level UX /UI Designer for a highly respected digital agency in Manchester. My client provides solutions in customer experience, customer acquisition and customer intelligence to help scale and transform business performance. They are currently undergoing huge business transformation and are looking to expand their already successful team with people who want to really be able to shape and own their area of expertise.

In this role you will operate closely with the team's product architect, to get to grips with the work and tasks they get provided with on a daily basis through their high-end clientele (BNP Paribas, The NHS, Legal & General). Here they use Figma along with inVision (on legacy prototypes) so both of these are required strengths for a successful candidate.

As well as design work, you will be a part of meetings where technical conversations intertwine with UX decisions, so having development knowledge is beneficial.

The ideal candidate will have knowledge in:

  • inVision
  • Figma

Benefits include:

  • Competitive salary
  • Travel expenses into the office covered (Outside a 30-mile radius)
  • 25 days holiday plus bank holidays
  • Flexible remote working
  • Equipment choice

This is an unmissable opportunity for a Mid - Level Designer looking to put to use their knowledge and skills within an industry-leading company. If you are interested, then please click apply! Get in touch with me immediately, leon.wellings- or on 020388206003 to discuss further!

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