Up to £50,000 (London)A global healthcare software company is looking for a UX/UI Designer to join their London HO, to help drive the evolution, UX, and visual design of their product suite.
About the Company...
For more than 30 years this company have been at the forefront of healthcare technology, their clients and stakeholders include some of world’s top healthcare organisations. Their software supports healthcare risk management, patient feedback, and other process improvements in the delivery of healthcare.
About the Role...
They are looking for an experienced UX/UI Designer who has looked after product release cycles and deployed successful products to customers. You’ll be joining the Product Design Team to help drive the evolution, UX, and visual design of their product suite. They are an agile organisation and design is a key ingredient in their mission to build products that their users love.
Responsibilities & Duties
- Work across the entire product lifecycle from concept to delivery and create documentation, wireframes, prototypes, pixel perfect mock-ups
- With strong focus on key user problems, create rich experiences that balance user, business and technical needs
- Own the creation of consistent experiences across products through user-centred design processes, including personas, sitemaps, process flows, wireframes, mock-ups and interactive prototypes
- Ensure consistency across digital experiences
- Provide coaching and mentoring on design practices and principles to the broader product delivery teams
- Minimum 2 years’ experience in a similar role
- Excellent design skills (layout, type, colour, interaction) combined with big picture thinking and strategic prioritization
- Comprehensive understanding of user-centred design principles, prototyping at varying levels of fidelity, and validating your designs
- Understanding of responsive design
- Proficiency in Sketch, InVision, Adobe Creative Suite
- Understanding of front-end technologies (HTML, CSS)
- Experience with micro interactions, motion design, and behavior design
- Appreciation for the broad spectrum of design from research to implementation
- Understanding of accessibility and WCAG guidelines
- Flexible Working
- Work from home opportunities