Technical UX Designer

£45,000 | Cheshire | Permanent
Posted 10 months ago

I’m working with a very high tech business in Manchester who are looking for a mid-weight UX Designer to join their rapidly expanding business.

You would be joining a company that has 10 million users, offices all over the world and you would get to work on extremely innovative and technically challenging products all whilst working for a well-known top employer with state of the art offices.

You would get the opportunity to deal with senior stakeholders throughout the process which involves conducting qualitative research, gathering feedback right through to applying interaction design principles to their products.
This company are also open to people who come from a technical background like software development but who want to get into UX.

Progression is a top priority for this company and you can expect to fulfil your ambitions working for them. They also have incredible offices.

• Experience working in a UX role or have a technical background
• Strong portfolio demonstrating your process
• Must be able to demonstrate your thinking
• Experience with research and interaction design
• Comfortable learning about technical products/ services

If this sounds like it could be for you let me know and I’m happy to tell you more –

For more information about this role, please contact:

Jonathan Bywater
0161 237 0012

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