User Experience Designer

We’re growing our UX team and are looking for a User Experience Designer to join. Ideally you’ll have around 2+ years of agency experience and be familiar with the full project lifecycle. You’ll be able to weave together your knowledge of behavioural techniques, your practical experience, a natural empathy with users and a vivid imagination to create meaningful experiences for people. You'll have an interest and understanding of how a brand can influence a user experience and how to design digital products and services that demonstrate brand values through interactions and behaviours.

You’ll get to work on a variety of projects across many industries - anything from large-scale complex websites, conceiving and designing new digital services, new business pitches or communications campaigns. We’re a collaborative place and you’ll be working closely with other disciplines on a daily basis. We prefer to take a lean approach to UX so experience in this methodology is a benefit.

You should be able to think logically and creatively to solve problems while working closely with creatives, designers and developers throughout a project to create positive user experiences that help build brands and achieve business goals. 

You should be able to:

  • Help facilitate stakeholder workshops to gather requirements and communicate project progress.
  • Interpret research to create believable personas and user journeys
  • Sketch ideas and responsive interfaces to collaborate effectively
  • Create and maintain accurate UX artefacts including sitemaps, wireframes and functional specifications when needed
  • Create prototypes using Axure or similar tools
  • Plan and conduct small scale user testing
  • Understand brands and how they influence the user experience
  • Communicate clearly and effectively with clients and team members, whether you’re explaining ideas and concepts or detailed interactions

To apply send an your CV to iwantajob@pokelondon.com with ‘User Experience Designer’ in the subject line.

No agencies, please.