#181204

Midweight Product Designer (UI Led)

Location:
London
Job Terms:
Permanent
Salary:
£60k
Posted By:
Adam Survay
Date:
06/14/2022

Job Description:

Do you have product design experience, and are you seeking a new job in London? Aquent is working with a collaborative company who are looking for a Product Designer, and the role comes with an attractive salary of up to £60,000 and benefits package.

 

 

Reporting to the Senior Product Designer, this role is accountable for designing web, app and email designs across devices which create smooth, accessible, journeys that enable our users to save money.

 

 

In your first few weeks in this Product Designer role, you can expect to:

 

· Produce high fidelity designs across multiple touch points, breakpoints and platforms catering for all user states

· Define wireframes and user flows, create high-fidelity designs and prototypes, and conduct regular user testing and research

· Engage regularly with key stakeholders across product, tech and editorial to ensure projects fulfil user and business needs and rationalise design decision making.

 

 

To apply for this Product Designer role, you will need to be currently in a design role with strong experience as a Product, UI Designer or client-side.

 

You will also require: Excellent practical design skills, including layout, colour, typography and responsive design. A portfolio and knowledge of techniques and techniques needed to communicate & deliver effectively.

 

 

In return for your passion and expertise, you will receive an excellent benefits package, including a salary of up to £60,000.

 

 

We'd love you to apply for this full time Hybrid Midweight Product Designer job, please contact Aquent today.

Client Description:

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.