£50,000 - £65,000 per annum
UX / UI
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A UI/UX Designer with a background in responsive web design is strongly desired to join a brilliant healthcare client in London, north of the River Thames.
My client is innovating within the health sector having recently secured huge funding, recreating the current forms of prescribed medicine that effects millions across the globe.
The UI/UX Designer will have a real understanding of what makes great, simplistic and clear user interfaces on web, tablet or mobile.
For this UI/UX position, the core focus is UI but solid UX process is needed to create wireframes and prototypes. The research side will be heavily conducted in house so is not so essential but any passion within this space is a great bonus!
You will be working alongside the Head of Design in this developing and fast-growing platform within the business.
The successful UI/UX Designer will:
If this UI/UX 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.
So, if you are a UX Designer, UI Designer, Product Designer, Service Designer or User Researcher, it would be great to have the opportunity to introduce our services.
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