- Proven experience creating brilliant user experiences based on evidence and best practices.
- Proven experience of collaborating on design patterns and working iteratively.
- Experience of working within constraints, including, but not limited to, accessibility and technology.
- Understanding users, identifying their needs from evidence and translating these into solutions.
- Proven experience of visualising, articulating and solving complex problems.
Good to have
- Creating designs and prototypes using Figma and/or Framer.
- Working with limited data (we don’t get usage reports).
- Working with complex software platforms.
- Knowledge of best practicle, accessible, data rich user interfaces.
- Proven experience of working in desktop, web and mobile applications.
- Experience of delivering accessible applications.
- Working in agile teams.
Our ideal candidate
- Someone who is customer focused, diverse and inclusive.
- A continuously innovative and open minded problem solver.
- A real team player who can work in a varied multi-disciplined environment.
Use the skills matrix to measure your confidence scales against each of the topics.
Understanding these topics...
User-centered agile practices
You understand user-centred design practices and know how to embed them into an agile workflow. You can work in an transparent, constantly changing, iterative and collaborative way with a multidisciplinary team.
You can apply technical knowledge and experience to create or design prototypes. You understand parameters, restrictions and synergies to deliver ‘less but better’ experiences within a lean UX process.
You communicate visually making complex and technical information and language simple and accessible for non-technical audiences across all industries.
You understand users and can translate user stories and propose design approaches to meet these needs. You can engage in meaningful interactions and relationships with users.You put users first and can manage competing priorities.
You understand technological constraints and how to push these boundaries. You can help colleagues clearly understand the impact of well designed technology and change user behaviour. You understand the challenges and opportunities for automation, machine learning and artifical intelligence.
For more, view our Head of UX and UI’s article published in UX Planet: https://uxplanet.org/in-ten-years-design-will-be-d...