UX Designer

Job Type:
Digital Workspace
Job reference:
29 days ago

Job Title: UX Designer
Duration: initial 3 months with the view extended further depending on the client needs
Location: Ipswich/Remote
Rate: £465pd
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Our client team develops products and complex services for other lines of business which all have a voice/telephony element to them.

As a UX Designer, you will be working with Product Owners to understand the requirements and responsible for creating design deliverables for front end developers to build the products.

The team is based in Ipswich working closely with teams from Brazil and India as such the role is largely remote.


  • If you have an element of UI for visual design that's useful.
  • Need to be highly proficient in Axure, following the design process used in the team and creating highly detailed documentation (both user flows and wireframes) to explain the requirements to other UX designers, front end devs, QA testers and any other stakeholders who need to use the design documentation to understand how the product works.
  • Proficient knowledge of responsive design and accessibility.
  • You will need to project manage your own work and deliverables, working closely with the project team to ensure the design work stack matches the prioritisation of the project and keeping them informed of progress. Must be able to demonstrate design deliverables given to front end developers for development.
  • Have a deep understanding of user-centred design principles and practices including an appreciation of the attention to detail of the impact to the wider e2e experience of the product or service under design
  • Need strong skills in taking high level requirements and creating/managing low fidelity prototypes to demonstrate customer journeys to product stakeholders for approval and to the internal development to ensure alignment with APIs and back end design.
  • You may be the sole designer on a significantly sized project, responsible for feeding designs into a number of front end devs. Or alternatively you may be working with (and guiding) a more junior UX designer and collectively you will need to split the work and ensure a coherent design is maintained.
  • You need to have a good understanding of Agile development and will need to be able to break large chunks of functionality down into development sized JIRAs which are complete UX journeys which can be QA tested.
  • You need to be able work collaboratively with front end/back end developers, product owners and the wider development/digital team to deliver the best possible customer experience. You need the ability balance user needs with technical and business requirements. You should be able to look for innovative ways to satisfy constraints.
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