£60,000 - £70,000 per annum
UX / UI
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A Senior Product Designer with experience working on high level, complex products with the ability to dissect and orchestrate solving problems, is wanted by a client helping millions change their lives for better.
As a Product Designer, it will be essential to understand the user and translate research into ideas. You will have the user at the centre of all your design and research, running workshops with customers and team members alike!
Other day to day activities of the Product designer will be draw design ideas using storyboards, iterating site maps and process flows. With a conceptional approach, you’ll have an exceptional level of detail in all design processes.
So, if you are a driven Product Designer with a great understanding of the latest design tools and a thorough understanding of the UX lifecycle, take this opportunity to get in touch and join a Top 30 FTSE 100 organisation!
Product Designer skills and attributes
If this Product Designer role doesn't quite fit what you are looking for, don’t worry! Consortia are UX specialists and always wanting to talk to designers from all levels and industries to help introduce them to potential, better fit opportunities.
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