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User Experience specialist... that's you!

Our team has a track record of keeping it simple, and getting things done.

On our latest project we are working with a large government department to create local language websites for their international audience. 

When we say websites, we really mean a 'service' - as that's a better way of thinking about what we want to provide for people.

We have two primary objectives: 
- Great experience for global audiences
(by making it easy for people around the world to find what they are looking for, and register for more information)
- Great experience for internal teams
(by building tools and services to help the internal teams collect and respond to enquiries)

How do we ensure we have consistent, and optimum user-experience across a diverse range of audiences?

That’s your job!

About the role

Hands on, and hard working - you’ll be responsible for ensuring optimum user experience.

You must be able to take requirements, as well as information from the user research team - and come up with wireframes/prototypes to address user need in the most elegant fashion possible.

Skills you have


- Clear and concise communication
(with everyone from users, to stakeholders to developers)
- Confident in your approach
(in terms of capturing user needs, prioritising, responding to needs, and justifying your choices)
- Ability to see tasks through from concept, to completion, to iteration
- Proficient in wireframing/prototyping
- Ability to succeed on fast-paced, agile project
- Some UI skills would be ideal (though not essential) on this project

The details

Start Date: Immediate

Contract: Minimum 12 weeks

Location*: Central London

Day rate: £250-300 (depending on experience)

Apply

  • Candidates with User Experience background (preferred)

Tell us more about what you would bring to this role, your existing portfolio, and how you would ensure success.

  • Candidates without User Experience background (also OK)

If you are new to this (perhaps coming from a Business Analyst, UI, or User Research background), that’s fine - tell us about how and why you think you can succeed in this role.


Salary range £250 — 300

Dependent on potential and experience