GIOS Technology

UX Researcher

Northampton, England
Posted on:
August 31, 2022

Detailed Job Description.

Create visual designs across platforms and products including customer journey flows, prototypes, screen designs, assets and detailed specifications for UI projects as required.

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As directed, work end to end on projects from concept creation through to working with developers and ensuring the design work is effectively implemented and looks great before it goes live.

Work closely with UX designers throughout the design process.

Champion a user centered design methodology.

Work collaboratively and build successful relationships with, product managers, data team, developers, business analysts, solutions architects and other stakeholders.


A strong visual design background and a portfolio that demonstrates your skills and design process.

Have a good understanding of the medium you are designing for and the challenges of responsive design.

Experience in the end-to-end design process.

Competent with relevant creative tools including experience using prototyping tool(s)A passion for interface design and interaction, keeping up-to-date with digital trends and techniques and emerging UI patterns.

Commercial awareness.

Comfortable working in a collaborative agile team environment.

Used to working to brand, design guidelines and pattern libraries and happy to work and design for these as well as challenge and evolve them.

Awareness of accessibility and inclusive design.

Proactive and can-do attitude.

Be passionate about design, but not precious about your solutions.

Can clearly discuss your design approach, ideas and thinking.

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