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The market is most definitely back!
So much so I am working with another digital agency who recently won small web design agency of the year.
They are needing a freelance mid-weight UX designer to come on board mid-April for 8 weeks:
So, what is the role?
~ Predominantly UX design (80%) with some UI design (20%)
~ Outside IR35
~ You will be picking up following user research stage and will need to interpret findings to prepare design sprints
~ Confident with preparing facilitating and summarising design sprints
~ You will sit in with their client and re-visit how their website works
~ It is for a large retailer of carpets and flooring, so you will look at how you can encourage customers to visit people in-store –
~ This is a new model, so the customer journey is going to change, so looking at lots of UX to see how to change customer journey, looking at testing to help inform their decisions
~ You can use any tools you wish too as there is nothing defined, so whatever tool set you can use is perfectly fine, they use InVision and FlowMapp to side map the structure
~ They are in the Discovery phase so still figuring out what will be the best route forward
~ You will ideally have knowledge of data iteration methodology
~ This role will require you to be very independent and client facing
~ The hypothesis in place, so you will be working in the conceptual stages (always the best part)
~ You will be supporting them in the hypothesis or looking to disprove that and help bring it to life
~ There are 2 stages, 1) Is the user research stage looking at the pain points, and 2) is the design sprint to which you will hand over
~ They have identified 4 key pain points so you will need to validate that
~ Looking at Quantitative and Qualitative
~ You will be picking up after user research stage is done so you will take this and form design sprints from this which is essential
~ 4 design sprints, which need all pain points resolved by July
They are ideally looking for someone who has worked agency side, with slick UX wire-frames and beautifully presented work, who has ideally worked in retail but not essential.
Sound like you? Excellent then get in touch 😊