Blue Prism is the pioneer, innovator and market leader in Robotic Process Automation (RPA) and has a global presence with a workforce of over 50 nationalities that continues to grow.
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We are committed to providing a workplace that fosters a truly diverse, inclusive and supportive culture. This is demonstrated through the creation of Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) for our Black Professionals, LGBTQ+ Community and Women in RPA.
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Everyone is empowered to think independently, sharing ideas and innovations with colleagues and leaders with a sense of trust and support. Our colleagues have unlimited potential to advance their skill sets and contribute to Blue Prisms advancement strategies. https://www.blueprism.com/who we-are/culture-and-careers/ Blue Prism offers flexibility in working arrangements, enabling employees an opportunity for a work life balance
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User-centred agile practices
You understand user-centred design practices and know how to embed them into an agile workflow. You can work in a transparent, constantly changing, iterative and collaborative way with a multidisciplinary team.
You have proven experience of a range of user research methods that is inclusive. You can choose appropriate research tactics for different situations. You know how to apply methods correctly and help the team to deliver accessible products.
You can turn research data into clear findings that inform decisions. You know how to involve colleagues in analysis to increase awareness and challenge assumptions.
You understand the vision and goals of the business, the customer and technology. You can align user research activities within goals to create strategic insights that informs user-centred design.
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 artificial 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...