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· Experienced with standard research methods such as user testing, interviews, focus groups, card sorting and competitor analysis.
· Collaborative, with a work style geared towards co-creating solutions with fellow team members and other stakeholders.
· Able to effectively communicate design decisions and tell the story of the design.
· Able to draw insights from qualitative and quantitative data to inform designs.
· Skilled in information architecture, with a knack for representing complex information with clarity.
· Passionate about web accessibility with a track record of designing inclusive and accessible experiences.
· Able to work quickly and efficiently to create desktop and mobile wireframes in at least one rapid prototyping tool, quickly revising and iterating on your work if necessary.
Great working environment and team culture, 9.30 – 5.30 hours and good bens.
Salary £35-47k dependent on experience