Up to £50,000 (London)Great opportunity for a design-focused UX Designer to join a close-knit agency in the digital circle of London. They are looking for someone with enough experience to be autonomous in the work they do as well as challenge the norm. You will play a hands-on role while problem solving and adhering to client/stakeholder needs.
About the Company...
This is a small digital agency who have cemented their place in the market as one of the few remaining agencies who work extremely closely with their clients at every step of the process. They work with clients in several industries such as: Easyjet, Channel4, British Gas, Department of Education, Lloyds Banking Group and many others.
Most of the senor designers have been with the company since inception or for the best part of 8 years so you will have the opportunity to work closely with people who are embedded in the company. This alone will give you access to experienced designers and researchers who can mentor you and help you grow.
About the Role...
- Mid-Snr UX Designer to join a robust team in London office.
- You will be working closely with clients when producing solutions for them.
- There will be a lead designer on every project as there are normally no Project Managers.
- This is an autonomous role so you must be ‘prepared & able’ to dive into projects from the start.
- Unlike most agencies, you will be on projects for long periods of time so you will get to see your work from inception to the finished product.
- Labs and studios are all in-house so you will have access to some of the best facilities especially designed for your benefit.
- You must work in an evidence-based manner. You must always justify “why” you make certain decisions.
- Your portfolio must highlight good examples of work that show process. The issues you faced and how you overcame them
- The ability to adapt is key as the agency work in their own way. With that being said, one of their mottos is “We make rules…break them”. So, originality and innovation is always welcome.
- You need to be autonomous. You will face stakeholders so you must be able to “hold your own” and defend your ideas – make them believe and understand why and how you came up with ideas.
- Cool Incentives such as: Team lunches, team trips away
- Great culture