Masterminds in their field, they are a software company that have thrived despite the circumstances of the last year. Making over 60 hires (yep- you read that right!) since the start of last year, their impressive growth continues.
They are now looking for a UX/UI Design Manager to oversee their UX/UI function. They’re a cracking team with some big plans and great work perks. Sound like a bit of you? Keep reading...
You’ll be a key part of the team, using user research and competitor analysis to deliver feedback and improvements for the digital side of things. You’ll use your skills to create storyboards and maps for the best possible user experience!
Working closely with the rest of the digital team, you’ll work with designers, UI experts and senior colleagues to deliver a full user experience and boost the company’s success even further. Working on their spotlight product, you'll be a driving force behind growing the business.
They’re a group that really care about what they do, so a passion and enthusiasm for your work will stand you in good stead to join their ranks. They’ve been known to send care packages and treats for their staff, so they’ll really go the extra mile for the right people!
What We’re Looking For
With a good few years experience under your belt, we’re looking for someone with a portfolio of great UX work. We’d like to see how you’ve used UX principles to deliver exciting solutions and user-friendly experiences across different platforms. Bringing with you a clear and crisp portfolio where the aesthetics are spot on, you'll be someone who knows how to make their work look and feel great.
They’re a lovely team, so are looking for someone like-minded who can work collaboratively and take the team onto great things.
Based in Newcastle, they are open to hybrid working arrangements so anyone in Leeds or Manchester who can get to the Newcastle studio once or twice a month would be spot on. The best of both worlds if you ask us.
What’s on Offer?
Friendly, close knit team
Flexible and hybrid working arrangements
Talent development programmes
Lots of social events (when they’re able!)