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Junior/Mid-weight UX Architect

Junior/Mid-weight UX Architect - London

£45 to £50k (12 month FTC)

My client, an award-winning UK News Publisher is looking for a Junior User Experience Architect, someone whos at the upper end of the junior scale and ready to go to middleweight ideally.

This is a 12 month Maternity Leave.

They are a small, User Experience & Design team who need great creative people with drive, passion and a desire to innovate to come on board and help them make this happen.

The ideal person

You have an appetite to work within a small agency style team, on a mixture of projects.

You love working mobile first, but also understand desktop and other platforms

You are a strong conceptual thinker & can develop UX strategy

You thrive on interpreting user research, and challenging it if you don't think it's robust

You are happy working autonomously when needed and really enjoy working collaboratively

with Design and Development team members

You are passionate about creating elegant, simple interaction & experiences

Responsibilities

You will:

Be mindful of stakeholder needs, both user and business

Create highly engaging and intuitive user interfaces

Be able to challenge and critique briefs and UI visual designs

Always strive for a creative or innovative solution when possible

Be able to rationalise your solutions to the project team

Have incredible attention to detail

Assist in running UX and strategy workshops when needed

Be a brilliant communicator face-to-face in groups

Requirements, qualifications and experience

You will most likely have 1-2 years industry experience, agency side or client-side

You will have a solid background and understanding of UCD

You will understand how to interpret user research and data to develop insights leading to working UX theories and concepts

You know all about user experience, cognitive models, cultural modes of interaction, neurophysiology and how it affects perception, int