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— eCommerce and Membership ServicesLocation:BathSalary:DOEDesign for a global audience. Enjoy a varied role working across a number of brands. Well invested business with big growth plans over the next 12 months. *This employer is set up for remote onboarding and continuing recruitment as normal We’re looking for a UI Designer to join a brand with global reach in Bath. What you’ll be doing Joining a small but growing product team your focus will be on creating and refining user interfaces across a network of eCommerce sites and membership services. The focus in this role will largely be on front end visuals but you’ll need to be driven by analytics and iterative in your design process. You’ll work closely with other areas of the business to understand key conversion and optimisation metrics and use these to improve your designs. You’ll work closely with the development team so will need to have a collaborative and inclusive approach to design. It’ll be important to understand technical limitations and also what’s possible when it comes to delivery. This is an exciting role and one that’s sure to evolve over time. You’ll work with a userbase of millions and create interfaces that work for a global audience. What experience you’ll need Previous experience as a digital designer, UI or UX designer with a strong focus on UI. Iterative process to design, comfortable wireframing and prototyping new features. Have worked closely with developers before, great communicator and collaborator. Experience with modern design tools such as Adobe CC, Sketch, Figma, XD, Principle etc. Comfortable working to lean design principles, adapting your process and the tools for the job at hand. What you’ll get in return The businesses offering is niche so you’ll be working with a specific and highly engaged user base. You’ll enjoy working with a diverse team and as part of a business that’s growing. They have global reach so you can be sure your designs will be seen the world over. You’ll enjoy a great office location in the centre of Bath, a social and collaborative team and plenty of workplace activities and get togethers. What’s next Please apply with an up todate CV and portfolio to be considered.
— Green Energy SolutionsLocation:Central LondonSalary:Circa £65kEnjoy being part of a truly progressive business. Design products and services that positively impact the environment. Be part of a tight knit UX community practice. *This employer is set up for remote onboarding and continuing recruitment as normal What you’ll be doing We’re looking for a number of Digital Product Designers to join a green energy supplier in central London. There are two positions available; one focussed on bringing fundamental energy services to their members, the other on creating tools that help people understand and reduce their carbon footprint. The team is on a mission to a net zero carbon future and these roles are an exciting opportunity to get involved. UX as a function is decentralised; this means that design specialists are embedded within teams that have a shared mission or product focus. You’ll be part of a tight knit design community but have the benefit from really getting under the skin of a specific challenge or in understanding a subset of users in great detail. The UX community within the business is strong and well connected so you can be sure you’ll have plenty of interaction with other designers, as well as reap the rewards of working in cross functional teams and with those from diverse backgrounds. As a Product Designer you’ll act as design resource for a number of teams that have a shared mission but sometimes very different outputs. One of your teams could want a lo-fi prototype put together for a new feature they’re trailing whilst another could call on you to support on a longer term and much more involved discovery piece. There will be a wide variety of challenges to get stuck into but it’ll require you to manage your own time and resources effectively, you’ll ultimately decide where to spend your time and how to support these teams in their goals. What experience you’ll need Be a design thinker; not just interested in beautification but driven by understanding your users and solving problems. Able to rapidly create concepts and prototypes both low and high fidelity. Adopt a critical thinking process when approaching challenges of all kinds. Experienced in modern design tools and with contemporary design techniques. Able to work collaboratively with people from all backgrounds and skillsets. Great stakeholder management and communication skills. Experienced in Agile and iterative in your design process. What you’ll get in return In return for your talents you’ll join a mission driven team and design products that are working towards a zero carbon future. You’ll enjoy 25 days holiday + your birthday off, performance related bonus, flexible benefits, free breakfast every day and a fantastic culture.
— Tools & Systems DesignLocation:Bristol (remote)Salary:Upto £50kPlay a lead product design role within an exciting start-up environment. Work with a highly driven team but one that strikes a good work / life balance. Enjoy a sociable atmosphere, the buzz of a growing team and the security of a well-funded start-up. *This employer is set up for remote onboarding and continuing recruitment as normal We’re looking for a Digital Product Designer to join a Bristol based start-up. Part of a wider team of design specialists this role will focus on creating internal tools and systems including a CMS and data management tool; it’s all about making access to data and complex information simple; a problem solvers dream! What you’ll be doing As a Digital Product Designer within a start-up you’ll play a multi-faceted role that encompasses research, testing, prototyping and high-fidelity design. You won’t need to be an expert in each area, but you will need a breadth of experience that touches on all parts of the product design lifecycle. Most importantly you’ll need to be a design thinker rather than just focussed on the visuals and keen to test with your users. For this particular role we’re looking for someone that’s interested in data, creating systems and making sense of complex information. You’ll be enabling the growth of the customer facing product and ensuring the tools and systems being used are scalable and work for everyone in the team. The product is still in its infancy in many ways but over the last couple of years its users have skyrocketed. The team is always looking for more creative ways to connect people all over with one another, to talk about their passions and creations, to learn and to share. This is a great opportunity for creative and entrepreneurial designers to work with one of the really exciting Bristol based product teams. What experience you’ll need Proven experience in digital product design and exposure to the whole product design lifecycle. A good visual designer but driven and fascinated by your users; keen to research, learn, test and iterate every step of the way. Experience of working on complex systems or data management tools. Experience with modern design tools (Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, Sketch, Figma, XD etc). Ideally have worked in cross functional agile teams in the past. Comfortable working at pace and within a changing environment. Experience of creating and optimising content management systems beneficial. What you’ll get in return for your talents In return for your experience you’ll join a start-up team that’s well funded, growing at pace and has an established product offering. The business prides itself on striking a good work / life balance so you’ll be part of a hard-working team but a group of people that recognise burnout isn’t good for productivity or culture. You’ll receive a competitive salary and a number of other financial and lifestyle benefits. What’s next? To be considered please apply with an up to date CV and portfolio of relevant web or native app projects. If you’re still working on the portfolio that’s fine too, get in touch to express your interest and we can discuss.
— Customer Facing Digital ServicesLocation:BristolSalary:Upto £35kEnd to end design for a native mobile app, customer facing website and internal systems. Join a small but tight knit UX function. Be supported with great training and development opportunities. We’re looking for a designer with skills in user experience and user interface design to join a Bristol based team. The business works in a high growth, high profile industry that caters to an international user base. Their sector demands both innovation and simplicity from their products and services. What you’ll be doing The designer will be sat amongst a growing UX & design department. This centralised team supports the business across all of its digital products and services; this includes a customer facing website, an app, internal business systems and customer acquisition / management tools. In the future there is potential to be involved in projects involving connected homes and the internet of things. As it stands all designers in the team have skills in UX and UI. This means you will support the entire design process; from discovery and research through wireframing and prototyping and finally to the high-fidelity visuals. User research within the business is largely remote user testing and guerrilla testing on site with existing customers. More extensive research projects are run by a number of highly respected local agency partners and led by the head of UX. The client understands that applicants will come from a wide variety of backgrounds and skillsets, some of the UX and research practices can be taught but visual design skills and a knowledge of user centred design practices overall are a must. What experience you’ll need Previous experience in a digital design role; creating customer facing products and services. Good user interface design and prototyping experience, confident with tools such as Sketch, Invision, Proto.IO, Axure etc. Practical experience in or exposure to the whole digital product design lifecycle (research > design > release > test > iterate) Open minded, creative and passionate about design and user experience. What you’ll get in return for your experience You’ll join a business that’s well recognised for looking after it’s people; not just in work / life balance but also real investment in people’s skills and careers. Along with the salary on offer you’ll receive an annual bonus, 25 days holiday and a host of other benefits. What’s next? Sound like something you’re interested in? Apply today with your CV and some work examples and we’ll be in touch to go over the details.
— Thriving Bristol Start-upLocation:bristolSalary:Upto £50kA refreshing environment where the development team are trained in design. Awesome opportunity to flex those UX research muscles. Unbeatable work-life-balance with excellent WFH options. Join a product design team at ground level solving complex and challenging design problems. What you’ll be doing In this role you’ll work closely with the Lead UX and sit amongst a small but experienced team of engineers. The role of the Product Designer is varied; you’ll work end-to-end and get involved with user research, discovery, interaction design and UI design. Their first designer was hired last year so up until now the engineering team have had to code as well as design the product, so although design is a new role within the business the wider team has a good appreciation for design. Narrow down those big ideas into pragmatic and workable solutions, testing and iterating according to user response. A good portion of this role is dedicated to interaction design as well as research, so you can expect to be wireframing and prototyping. What experience you’ll need to apply Research both Qualitive and Quantitative approaches and their various applications. Operating to a Start-up budget – this means getting creative with research and testing. Solid knowledge of interaction design, information architecture and UI principles. Great communication skills (technical and otherwise) – an aptitude to pitch your work will do well too. What you’ll get in return for your experience A competitive salary and a great team with a 50/50 gender mix. A Refreshing start-up culture and an innovative office hub. You'll have bright future growth opportunities, and all the perks that come with flexible working and 2 days a week work-from-home. What's next? Send your CV to Cece Dakowski to register your interest and call on 01179269530 for more info.