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16th Nov

Digital product Designer

— Mental Health & Disability Support

Upto £45k


  • Create products that will change lives for the better.
  • Help embed design thinking in the business.
  • Enjoy flexibility and remote working long term.

We’re looking for a Digital Product Designer to join a tech company helping people with mental health and learning disabilities live more independently.

What you’ll be doing

This is a great role that brings with it the opportunity to work on interesting, impactful technology whilst also helping embed design thinking into a team. The product is currently used by thousands of people across the UK and offers bespoke support to people with a wide variety of needs. You’ll be working closely with a diverse set of users and contributing throughout the whole product design lifecycle.

This role sits within the product team where you’ll be working alongside experienced Product Managers, Business Analysts, Developers and Testers. You’ll also collaborate with Product Designers that have been supporting the team on a contract basis who can share their knowledge of the product and it’s users from day one.

Due to this role being the first permanent design hire they’re looking for someone willing and able to work across the whole product design process to begin with. This includes conducting research, creating workflows and journeys, wireframes, prototypes, and high-fidelity UI work too. You’ll also play a key role in engaging the wider business in design thinking and user centred design practices and processes.

What experience you’ll need

  • Experience in a digital design role that’s involved user research and production.
  • Confident designing for high fidelity as well as wireframing and prototyping ideas.
  • Previous experience of working to agile highly beneficial.
  • Passionate about creating products that help people.

What you'll get in return

Work for a purpose driven team that are improving peoples lives through their products. You'll receive 25 days holiday (+BH), flexible and remote working as well as a budget for learning and development. As the teams first designer you'll be given the autonomy to help shape design practice too.

What’s next

Please apply with an up-to-date CV and any supporting work. However, if you haven’t got your portfolio together just yet don’t let that stop you applying.



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Who's managing this role?

Sam Firth

Sam Firth

— Head of Design User Experience & Design

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