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Bristol Permanent Up to £50000.00 per annum

UX Designer – Retail Sector
Bristol
45/50K

Are you looking for a fresh challenge? Our client is a leading online retailer with numerous operations both in the UK. This is an ideal opportunity for a UX specialist to grow and develop their skills with a dynamic brand. We are now recruiting for a UX Designer for a role based in Bristol

Key Requirements

  • You are a user experience designer that has experience in the e-commerce/retail space or a similar field
  • You understand what it takes to take a complex structure and create a simplified solution
  • You will have relevant commercial experience, and are used to working within open plan design and development teams
  • Excellent design skills (layout, typography, colour)
  • Experience in mentoring and coaching less experienced team members
  • Has worked collaboratively with other teams
  • Ideally you will have worked on enterprise and native applications
  • You can work with people at all levels and can communicate your ideas and behavioural patterns to multi-channel teams clearly and effectively
  • Comfortable presenting to larger audiences and senior stakeholders
  • Comprehensive understanding of UX design principles
  • Ability to create prototypes in code (Bootstrap, HTML, CSS etc.)
  • Ability to take ownership, creatively solve problems, and pro-actively secure the
  • objectives of the business
  • Work collaboratively with visual designers, content managers, product managers, software developers, testers, architects, content manager and marketing colleagues to help define and implement end-to-end user experiences that deliver tangible business results
  • Create user-centric concepts, prototypes, wireframes, mock-ups and UI visuals to explore potential solutions
  • Experience in shipping consumer products
  • Experience of user centered design principles & working in agile development teams
  • Experience of working in agile development teams
  • Ability to create rapid prototypes to prove or disprove your hypothesis.
  • Experience running or at least observing UX insight activities such as user research, ideation sessions, usability testing, stakeholder interviews

If you feel you have the skills and experience needed for this great opportunity, please forward a copy of your CV to suj@welovesalt.com or call Suj on 02079282525 for more information

Job Reference: JO-1803-133986

Salary: Up to £50000.00 per annum

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