- Central London/Remote (Must be UK based)
- Job Terms:
- £50.3k - £61.9k pa pro-rata (PAYE)
- Start date:
- Dec/Jan 2021
- Posted By:
- Judy Yebuah
- 6-month contract
Aquent has a fantastic opportunity for an enthusiastic and skilled UX Designer to join our client's talented team. This UX Designer role is based in London, is for a 6-month contract and offers an attractive salary of £50,398 to £61,984.
As a flexible UX Designer, you will be joining our client's live shopping design team to create a successful and engaging end-to-end live shopping experience. You will also be designing viewer/creator platform features, mobile-first streaming, discovery elements, and interactivity features such as raffles and product drops.
In your first few weeks in this User Experience Designer role, you can expect to:
● Design and iterate interactive flows for live shopping
● Meet and align with the cross-functional team, including collaborating and reviewing work with other design teams
● Work closely with the engineering team to deliver a highly polished product
To apply for this UX Designer job, you will need a Bachelor's degree in any field with a preference for Art & Design or Business fields. You will also require 3+ years in UX design, preferably at a notable tech company or design agency. In addition, you should have e-commerce/shopping experience and motion design skills.
If this UX Designer opportunity in London sounds like the right fit for you, please apply with your CV and portfolio today.
Our Client is a multinational technology company, specialising in Internet-related services and products; including online advertising technologies, search engine, cloud computing, software, and hardware. The atmosphere is relaxed with a diverse and innovative culture. Opportunities for growth and progression and networking with like-minded people across the business and beyond.
Aquent is dedicated to improving inclusivity & is proudly an equal opportunities employer. We encourage applications from under-represented groups & are committed to providing support to applicants with disabilities. We aim to provide reasonable accommodation for any part of the employment process, to those with a medical condition, disability or neurodivergence.