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Junior UX Designer
— Make your career count at a leading UK charity
- Flexible working hours and work from home.
- 30 days holiday.
- 2 hours a week dedicated to self-development.
You’ll be part of the large digital team with other UXers; working towards fundraising, campaigning and services.
What you’ll be doing
You’ll sit in the UX team which includes service design and research – reporting to the lead UX. As a team of 6 you’ll be creating products and services that will genuinely be changing people’s lives.
Day-to-day, you’ll be assisting the UX Researchers and Data team to ensure qualitative and quantitative research contributes to providing the best user experience possible.
Get the chance to work across various design stages, from end to end. You’ll even join forces with the development and Quality Assurance team.
You have the interesting task of bringing the brand to life with usable products and accessible experiences, by designing and developing patterns for a range of platforms and experiences. Your purpose will be to support the Lead UX in research, ideation and workshopping - which means you’ll get a fantastically broad range of knowledge to progress your career with.
Here’s the exciting part: Your voice counts! You’ll be encouraged to lead change across the organisation through research-sharing and introducing your findings.
With a variety of users from all walks of life, this will be a varied role. You’ll be aiming to reduce the stress on the telephone helpline by making information more readily available through the website. The challenge here is conveying this information according to the diverse users.
What experience you’ll need to apply
- Good knowledge of UX design: from prototyping, to being able to spot opportunity from user insights.
- User research methodologies & persona construction. Including running qualitative and Quantitative research sessions.
- Proven ability to design responsive website and apps.
- Figma / Sketch / Axure / Balsamiq and wireframing capabilities.
- Bonus points if you understand HTML & CSS!
- Running workshops and user testing sessions.
- You’ll need to have worked with Dev teams before, even better if in a cross-functional agile team.
- Confidence and personality!
What you’ll get in return for your experience
Work-life balance is taken very seriously here. So, you’ll get 2 hours a week for your own personal development, as well as work from home options, flexible working hours and a whopping 30 days holiday with 8 bank holidays. When you are actually in the office however, it’s fair to say, you’ll get an unparalleled start in your UX career, with a vast range of experience to be garnered here.
If this role has your name on it, please apply with your CV and Portfolio.