Mid-Weight UI UX Designer

Job LocationUK
Job TagUX/UI


Do you love to see the effect your designs have in the real world? Do you want a role where you can continue to develop your UX and design skills? Then you could be what we’re looking for.


  • Managing multiple projects including the full project lifecycle from client brief through to concept, iterations and build
  • Gathering project goals and requirements during our client ‘discovery sessions’
  • Producing wireframes and concept designs using industry relevant software
  • Presenting and articulating your creative designs to the client
  • Translating your designs into engaging WordPress websites
  • Working collaboratively with our developers to produce high-fidelity concepts and associated graphics for our custom website builds
  • Communicating with clients on a regular basis, managing milestones and project targets
  • Utilising brand guidelines and always ensuring consistency


  • The ideal candidate will have more than 2 years experience working in a design agency and a hunger to learn more along with:
  • An ability to create beautiful and engaging designs (using XD or Figma and extensive working knowledge of the Adobe Creative Suite)
  • Excellent graphic design skills for creating graphics and artwork
  • A good understanding of UX
  • Demonstrable knowledge and passion for user-centered design practices
  • A considered and thorough approach to wireframing and concept design
  • Proven understanding of typography, layout and colour
  • Comfortable hosting meetings with clients and taking the lead
  • Ability to analyse and report on potential website improvements

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