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Mid-Weight UI/Interaction Designer

  • Mid-Weight UI/Interaction Designer
  • London
  • £38k - £45k
  • Posted22 May 2017
  • Ref1548109_1495448227
  • ConsultantNatalie Elkan
  • LocationLondon
  • SectorDesign and Creative
  • Contract TypePermanent
  • PositionMid-Weight UI/Interaction Designer
  • Salary£38,000 - £45,000 per annum

Mid-Weight UI/Interaction Designer, London, £38k - 45k pa

A really exciting opportunity has arisen with an award winning, well established digital design agency based in the heart of London! They work with a various of clients from large global brands to smaller start-ups and are rapidly growing. Our client thrives on delivering beautiful future-like value for both the end user and their clients.
They are on the lookout for an experienced Mid-weight-Senior level UI/Interaction Designer to join their incredibly talented team. The successful UI/Interaction Designer should be passionate about ideas that add value to the whole design service and digital platforms. So far so good? Read on!

Our Client is looking for an experienced Mid-weight to Senior UI/Interaction Designer to help create User Interface designs & interactive prototypes that really make a difference.

Key responsibilities of the UI Designer will include;

*To create innovative UI designs & interactive prototypes across multiple platforms e.g Web,
Tablet, App etc.
*Working closely with Experience Designers and Information Architects to translate thoughts into
user friendly wire frames
*To create interface designs that consider everything from the consumer's needs to the technical
possibilities
*To be involved within internal UX team workshops and idea planning sessions
*Collaborate with the team on presentation pitches, workshops and events

Your design skills;

*Understand & translate market context, user research, business needs and technology
opportunities into delightful and differentiating interface design
*Ability to create visual language concepts, establish new interactive visual designs as well as the
ability to create interactive prototyping
*Understanding lean design process (desirable but not beneficial)

Your key attributes;

*Must have interaction design experience
*The ability to forward think and plan by keeping up to date with the latest design trends
*A strong portfolio is a must - ensure it demonstrates your interaction design thoughts and your
core craft skills across a wide range of client sectors and platforms
*Passion for user centred design, interactive and responsive design principles , problem solving
and meticulous attention to detail
*Advanced level of artistic flair in verbal/written communication and presentation skills
*Confident in successfully articulating design concept to your team and the end client
*Highly competent with Adobe Creative Suite.
*Enthusiastic and hands on team player that builds and maintain strong working relationships
with colleagues, partners and clients
*Adobe After Effects/Motion Graphics/Prototyping tool experience (beneficial but not essential)

If you're an experienced UI/Interaction Designer who believes that better experiences shape a better world then my client would be keen to meet with you! Please do get in touch with me ASAP so we can arrange a chat with my Client.

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Natalie Elkan
Natalie Elkan

She's our Digital Creative and Design Consultant.

Here at Source, I specialise in Freelance & Permanent Digital design & Creative roles.I joined Source with recruitment experience within the commercial & industrial sectors. After building up my network base an...

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