UX Researcher – Fashion
- Up to £35,000
- Permanent Post, Client Side, Middleweight
- Design and Content, UX/UI Design
Are you looking for your next challenge? This is a great opportunity for a UX Researcher to join a fast-growing team in London. This is a well-known high street brand who have cemented their name as one of the best in their field.
About the Company...
The company are one of the fastest growing clothing brands on the high street – specialising in formal attire / workwear and have been around for decades. They have a very close-knit team and you will be joining them with full autonomy of the role while immersing yourself into the company.
About the Role...
In short, they are looking for a researcher to come on board to aid the design process and apply the results of their findings. There are two sides to this role:
- One side of the role involves your typical expectations as a researcher – being the CRO person, scoping, A/B testing and managing the research process while transforming the data/findings into actionable insight and wireframes
- The second part of this role would be to assist the UX Designer, whom you’d be working closely with in designing and coming up with ideas for the best user journeys for customers.
- Good understanding of CRO Principles, methodologies and best practises.
- Ability with HTML, CSS & JS/JQuery
- Wed Analytics tools, ideally Adobe Analytics
The structure of the team consists of a Head of UX (who will be working closely and hands on), UX Designer, Project Manager and Content Manager. You will be conducting both qualitative and quantitative research and using different tools. This will be an autonomous role so you will need to have a god grasp of UX and research.
- E-commerce experience. Not set in stone but will be beneficial
- Solid understanding of user-centred design principles and methodologies, specifically, holding the ability to know when is best to employ which method and why
- Exceptional ability to fluently communicate with stakeholders and teams around the business, both inside and outside of the UX field
- Must be comfortable and have experience of executing tests and forming robust conclusions in a fast-paced environment while also delivering high quality output
- You must be experienced with data, both qualitative and quantitative, and be able to set up experiments to test assumptions and hypotheses
- Annual Leave