Transform is a Technology and Data consultancy that defines, designs, builds and operates products and services for our customers.
We work with our clients to optimise, accelerate and transform their digital, data and technology programmes, from augmenting teams to defining and delivering new services and operating models. We deliver outcomes not outputs, building capability in client organisations.
In the public sector, we wrote the DirectGov review for Martha Lane-Fox in 2011, a report that helped start the revolution towards User Centred and Agile methods for delivering services. Since then, we have designed and built over 50 public sector services, helping our clients pass over 90 Government Digital Service assessments.
In the private sector we operate in multiple sectors with a strong focus on retail, financial services and automotive. We help our clients define their digital and data strategies, and then design, build and operate them in cost-effective and user-centric ways.
We are part of the Next 15 group, a multi-national organisation spanning over 25 brands. We combine the financial robustness and breadth of services of a large organisation, with the nimbleness and innovation of a smaller brand.
Find out more at: www.transformUK.com
As a UX Designer you will be working across a variety of Research & Design projects, bringing your content skills and experience to solving fascinating design challenges.
We will expect the successful candidate to have knowledge and skills in experience designing that is evidence-based – bringing together user research and insight with UX expertise, to create services that help people complete their journeys and goals.
You will be expected to define and map end-to-end user and customer journeys, develop prototypes from rough concepts to hi-fidelity interactive experiences.
Therefore, you will have an outstanding portfolio, showing work across a variety of platforms and media, demonstrating high fidelity UI designs, wireframes, user flows and personas, or layout, colour, branding and typographic-led designs.
We also expect the successful candidate to demonstrate their experience in designing services for users that struggle online, perhaps through disability, lack of digital confidence, age or neurodiversity and understand what is needed to build an inclusive service.
At Transform we believe in a culture of inclusivity, we celebrate difference and believe that diversity makes our business more relevant, our work more meaningful and our people more empowered. We’re committed to equality of opportunity for all, and we actively seek applications from all.