User Experience Designer

The ideal candidate will have a strong record of delivering User Experience programmes with not only a sound working knowledge of current UX practices, but a clear vision of where the discipline will go. You will have a track record of driving User Experience from research to high fidelity mock-ups and beyond within more than one business vertical. We will provide autonomy and influence across a broad range of projects using industry leading technology.

 

Have you demonstrable experience in...

  • Developing and defining the analytical approach to defining user needs
  • Being an advocate of User Experience best practice by conducting research and developing great User Experiences by sketching, prototyping, and mocking up digital products
  • Delivering high fidelity mock-ups or prototypes optimised for a wide range of devices
  • Defining and leading client workshops
  • Conducting and reporting on user research and testing
  • Designing and delivering; persona user stories, user flows and information architecture
  • Communicating UX processes, ideas and solutions to colleagues, teams and clients
  • Understanding of usability patterns, accessibility standards and user centred design

It’d be great if you had...

  • Experience working in a collaborative environment with clients whilst also developing team members
  • Background in developing new business, proposals and working within pitch teams 
  • Expertise in use of UX tools for example Axure or equivalent

Benefits...

  • Competitive salary
  • 24 days annual leave (excluding public holidays)
  • Work on innovative projects with ambitious clients in Ireland and the UK
  • Flexible working hours
  • Continuous Training Opportunities
  • Company Bonus Scheme
  • Regular team building activities
  • Vibrant modern offices in the City Centre
  • Contributory pension scheme
  • Cycle to Work Scheme

 

The Next Step  

If this sounds like the opportunity you’ve been waiting for, we’d love to hear from you. To apply, please submit your CV via the Apply Now button above. 

 

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