UI/UX Designer

Location Cheshire
Job Type Full time
Salary £25000.00 - £38000.00 per annum
Contact Susannah Tavartkiladze
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Reference BBBH12998_1619797280
UI/UX Designer
Cheshire
Full time
circa £38k DOE
We're helping our client, an award-winning digital agency, find a skilled UI/UX Designer
The Role.
You'll work with a project team to get under the skin of our client's needs, research, define the objectives and design user-led digital experiences which get results.
You'll be involved in workshops, user-flows, ideation, sketching and wireframing, through to the delivery and implementation of high-fidelity designs. You'll be confident in presenting your ideas and direction both internally and to clients.
Responsibilities:
Creativity: You'll generate innovative, user focussed concepts which push boundaries in experience design. Your passion and motivation will push you to never settle on idea number 1 (without trying more ideas first!).
Commercial thinking: You'll understand the client's needs, and work within a defined budget to exceed their expectations within the timeframe.
Support and collaboration: You'll build and maintain strong relationships both internally and externally - taking a collaborative approach with everything you do.
Communication: You'll know that the journey is as important as the destination, and you'll be confident in presenting your work, ideas and direction clearly, concisely and enthusiastically. You'll not only welcome feedback but actively seek it.
Who are we looking for?
We're looking for a UI/UX designer or a UI designer with a basic understanding of UX but a desire to learn to develop more UX skills. Here are a few key areas you'll cover:
*Create impactful, high quality design based on strategy and user research
*Work with developers and other designers to come up solutions that balance user and commercial needs
*Understands and has experience working with different research methods, can choose the most effective methods and then reflect this in the design direction
*Understands the role of the brand within UX, and has worked with guidelines or design systems to create experiences that reflect and shape the brand
*Can plan and facilitate workshops, whether internally or externally
What's in it for me?
*20 days annual leave , increasing every year up to 25 days
*Flexible working hours
*£500 a year towards your learning and development
*NHS Cash Plan (cash back on things like eyecare, dental, physio)
*Employee assistance programme (such as mental wellbeing, legal information and bereavement counselling)
*Free, independent financial advice
*Company pension
*Death in service cover
*Shopping and lifestyle discount package
*Technology purchase scheme
*Cycle to work scheme
*Fully paid company socials