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UX Designer

Greater London Contract / 2 months £350.00 - £450.00 per day

Fancy working at one of London’s top advertising agencies? Yeah, I mean who wouldn’t.

These guys and gals work across business, marketing, and experience transformation delivering some of the best CX and design experiences to their clients worldwide.

Naturally, like any good agency, they are very busy, and are looking for 3 freelance UX Designers from mid-weight, senior to lead level to start from Monday 1st March for 2 months (no later on the start date unfortunately).

So, what’s the role:

~ You will be creating the UX for a Challenger Middle Eastern Bank, more youth culture banking than traditional banking

~ The first 8 weeks will be auditing wireframes that already exist, seeing what can be discarded and approached for the app

~ If all goes well and they get signs off for SME site then there is a very good chance of extending

~ They are ideally looking for someone with FinTech experience ideally with Challenger banks

~ Remote too 🙂

Sound like you? Fabulous! To get in touch and I can happily explain more 🤘

Job Information

Job Reference: JO-2102-198039
Salary: £350.00 - £450.00 per day
Salary per: day
Job Duration: 2 months
Job Start Date: 1st March
Job Industries: UI & UX Jobs
Job Locations: Greater London
Job Types: Contract

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