£55,000 - £65,000 per annum
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A Lead UX Designer is required by an technology client in central Reading who have embarked on a large scale digital transformation project with user experience at it's core. Working in an established user experience and design team, the Lead UX Designer will be responsible for a major project where you will take the lead on UX related tasks. Working closely with the product and engineering teams, the Lead UX Designer will work end to end, creating amazing experiences that delight my clients customers.
You will work as part of a collaborative team, in a fairly flat structure where everyone's voice is heard. The Lead UX Designer will also join a team of UX enthusiasts where UX thinking is really embedded into the fabric of the business. You will work from initial research through to wireframing and prototyping, whilst working with the development team to ensure that your designs are maintained until go live.
The Lead User Experience Designer will work across mobile and web, on large scale projects which involve a high level of complexity. You will join a hugely ambitious company at a huge potential growth point and will contribute to the companies overall success.
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