UX Researcher/Designer

  • Job Reference: 22001152_1539100220
  • Date Posted: 9 October 2018
  • Recruiter: BLOC
  • Location: London
  • Salary: £50,000 to £60,000
  • Bonus/Benefits: Southwark
  • Sector: Creative
  • Job Type: Permanent
  • Duration: 0 Weeks
  • Work Hours: Full Time

Job Description

UX Researcher/Designer (FinTech)  

Bloc is excited to be representing and innovative FinTech in central London. You will be working on major UX projects for one of the UK's most innovative tech start-ups with unrivalled potential. In less than three years they are already a multi award winning company that are disrupting their industry and changing the world for the better.  

As the UX Designer and Researcher you will be involved in developing all web and mobile app products. You will work with senior stakeholders, designers, developers and product managers to make a huge impact on the company's success. You will be responsible for independently building an in-house usability lab, recruiting test participants, planning and leading product design workshops as well as leading remote user and gorilla testing. You will also be used to taking the findings of your research and developing them into personas, user journeys, wireframes and even prototypes.  

Your role will include:
UX design (User journeys, prototyping etc.)
Building an in-house usability lab
Planning and leading user testing UX
Stakeholder management
Recruiting UX test participants

Desired Skills and Experience:
3+ years UX design experience
Strong experience in UX research
Full product life-cycle experience
Mobile app experience (Desirable)
Startup/smaller team environment experience (Desirable)

What they offer:
Salary: £45,000 - £60,000 + Equity (depending on level of experience)
A company you can truly develop and grow your career
The opportunity to work for an organisation who is at the forefront of technology

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