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18th Jul

UX Designer

— Growing UX team

Cirencester, Bristol, remote
  • Enjoy flexibility with the opportunity to work remotely where needed.
  • Join a culture where design and UX is truly valued.
  • Create products with high profile customers. 

We’re looking for UX Designers to join a software company in Gloucestershire. Having reached an important milestone in their design and UX maturity they’re looking to scale up their product design team. This role is based in Cirencester but you’ll be able to work from the Bristol office as well as remotely when needed.

What you’ll be doing 

Sat amongst a cross functional design team you will work across 5 core products for the business. Customers include SME’s as well as large blue chip brands and each product comes with its own unique set of users and challenges. Currently the design team consists of 2 UX Designers and a Visual Designer with scope to grow to 5 this year.  

Working alongside a Visual Designer means you can focus on understanding the user. Your job will be to conduct research and turn findings into wireframes and clickable prototypes in order to test new design features. Currently the team adopts a lean UX approach and focusses activities around experimentation and testing. 

This is an exciting time to join the business; the last few years have been spent creating a design led culture. There’s still work to be done (as with any business going through digital transformation) but everyone from front line sales staff through to the senior management team have seen the value of good UX and design has become one of their key differentiators when it comes to competition.

In this role you’ll join during a period of growth and investment and a maturing of their market leading product suite. 

What experience you’ll need to apply

  • Experienced in planning and executing user research.
  • A collaborative approach to design; able to collaborate with visual designers, multidisplinary development teams and non-technical members of the team.
  • Wireframing and prototyping experience (using a variety of modern design tools).
  • Fantastic communication skills.

What you’ll get in return for your experience  

In this role you’ll join a growing design function within an ambitious business. The team has worked hard to bake design into its culture so you’ll find an appreciation for what you do companywide. You’ll be part of taking their product suite to the next level and enjoy working within a business that offers flexibility, a competitive salary and overall a great culture. 

What's next?

Please apply with an up to date CV and any supporting UX work in the shape of a portfolio or collection of case studies. 

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