UX Designer - Sunbury - 6 months initially - ??528 per day
My client an Energy Trading Company based in Sunbury requires a UX Designer
- Experience in writing code or doing other technical/analytical/configuration tasks.
- Responsibilities include: - Designing, developing and supporting application solutions (assisting in production issue resolution);
- Compliance with defined code and documentation standards, including peer review of code and documentation of code changes;
- Re-engineering highly complex program components including code generation;
- Integrating software packages residing on multiple platforms;
- Understand/review functional specifications and translate into program specifications;
- Define/review technical specifications;
- Participation in decisions regarding the integration of software packages and programs;
- Performing testing activities;
- Translation of business requirements into program specifications and writing code from the functional description.
UX Developer We are looking for a motivated and self directing individual to come into Digital Security and help reimagine how security processes, reporting and tooling is delivered and looks to our customer base.
The right individual will:
- Have considerable experience and success at reimagining existing processes and putting forward compelling proposals to improve processes. Sometime this will be small things, ideally it will be radical
- Have a customer obsession, realising that everything we do is in a chain of supply and demand and pushing that agenda across our various teams
- In a positive way challenge the status quo and historical ways of doing things, taking a modern customer experience, UX of customers achieving objectives
- Have extensive knowledge and experience of UX methods like customer experience maps, customer journeys, design thinking, data driven testing and be able to apply that
- Want to share their knowledge in a green field environment where there is little knowledge or understanding of UX methods
- NB: security experience is not a requirement of this role; we need an awesome UX person!
- In-depth experience as a user experience designer, interaction designer, graphic designer, art/creative director or similar role.
- The role of user-experience (UX) designer is to understand business requirements and any technical limitations, as well as be responsible for conceiving and conducting user research, interviews and surveys, and translating them into sitemaps, user flows, customer journey maps, wireframes, mockups and prototypes.
- The UX designer will also be expected to design the overall functionality of the product, and in order to ensure a great user experience, iterate upon it in accordance with user-testing.
- The UX Designer will have advanced design skills understanding how the design works as well as being a proficient user of digital design software packages.
The UX Designer will have skills to mock up digital pages, an understanding of UX principles and methods, analytics skill to obtain and interpret data about the usage of a site, such as identifying where drop-offs occur and analysing the conversion rates.
Target process improvements identified, prioritised and agreed UX/UI target areas agreed Processes, reporting & tooling changes reviewed and re-designed UX/UI change options developed Provide compelling proposals to improve those processes (radical and small) UX/UI change plan agreed and prioritised with business case to justify changes Challenge historical ways of working and apply modern customer experience. Should be reflected in proposals made for change and in the approach for implementation Implement agreed changes though UX methods such as customer experience maps, customer journeys, design thinking etc.
Agreed UX/UI changes implemented Service Description:
Develop an understanding of DS processes, reporting & tooling Reimagine those Processes, reporting & tooling Provide compelling proposals to improve those processes (radical and small) Challenge historical ways of working and apply modern customer experience. Implement agreed changes though UX methods such as customer experience maps, customer journeys, design thinking etc.