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Our client is a digital agency with chops. They have a great reputation, are affiliated with an international agency and have top level clients. They develop concepts for digital campaigns, complex websites, business-to-business systems, apps and more. The team size is 45 and growing.
This role is for a UX designer who has the proven experience taking projects from insight to inception. You will be a strategic thinker and problem solver. You can see the clear path ahead and bring the team, clients and their user’s needs along for the ride.
You will be the voice for the people on the other side of the screen. You will be naturally inquisitive and always start at ‘why?’ You will shape the idea and how it evolves. From research to concept to deliver, you will ensure the final output meets the clients and users expectations and needs.
Our client is looking for:-
• 3+ years commercial experience in end to end digital
• Understand the end user and balance this with the client’s wants
• Be a passionate problem solver
• Love the hunt and happy carving out your own brief
• Be an analytics whizz
• Love process, know why you do the things you do
• Work well with the wider team, and equally happy to go it alone and be an enthusiastic self-starter
• Being connected to the UX community
If you are looking to further your career and would love to work with a highly talented and growing digital agency, send your CV and work to Hana Chadwick at The Creative Store, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call The Creative Store on (09) 365 1077 for more details.
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