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13th May

Senior UX Architect

— Media & Content (Mobile)

Location:
London
Type:
Salary:
Up to £70k
  • Join a team of UX specialists.
  • Work across new mobile/app products.
  • Fantastic location & open plan office spaces.

We’re looking on the lookout for a Senior UX Architect (with a mobile-first approach) to join a leading content, media and publishing business in central London. With an impressive client list, long term partnerships and exciting growth plans in place; this is a genuinely exciting time to join the business.  

What you’ll be doing

You’ll be joining a specialist UX team made up of UX Architects, UX Researchers and UI Designers where you’ll work closely with the Head of UX and wider teams including Designers, Product Owners & Developers. You’ll be responsible for delivering end to end UX processes, qualitative & quantitative research, wireframing and iterations of existing products & platforms for a host of digital platforms and touch points.  

With a new platform having recently been launched there’s no better time to be joining the business. The team work in an agile scrum set-up who thrives on collaboration – safe to say there are no hierarchies here, with everyone in the team playing a part in UX research, strategy, user journeys & facilitating workshops, they’ll be plenty to keep you on your toes and really hone the UX offering for the business.  

Although predominately research-based, we are ultimately looking for someone who has already streamlined their research process, is comfortable running workshops with senior stakeholders, has a genuine interest in enhancing the digital experience across apps/mobile platforms and is passionate about putting the user at the forefront of everything they do.

What experience you’ll need to apply

  • A portfolio or case studies highlighting your UX experience.
  • UI design experience across responsive web and apps.
  • Solid UX research skills (qualitative & quantitative)
  • Design skills (wireframing & prototyping)
  • Have a user-centred approach.
  • Experience working with mobile/apps.
  • Be commercially savvy and understanding of wider business goals.

What you’ll get in return for your experience 

As well as joining a highly successful business, you’ll receive a competitive salary plus a host of additional benefits such as childcare vouchers, holiday sale & purchase scheme, pension, cycle to work scheme and more. Some flexible working options may also be considered for this role.

What's next?

Sound good? Apply today with your CV and portfolio and we can discuss in more detail.

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