Product Designer (UX/ui).

  • change
  • permanent
  • London

Product Designer (UX/ui) Part Remote - London - £50,000-£60,000 - Education Tech

I am working with a long standing client of mine who are after a Product Designer looking to take that next step in seniority, responsibility and someone who wants to join a business who takes the Customer and UCD extremely seriously and puts it at the forefront of their business.

This role is an FTC but they have budget for this to be a perm role in 2022, I am very confident this will turn into a full time perm role.

They are doing a quick and streamlined 2 stage interview process starting ASAP and offering a salary of £50,000-£60,000 per annum.


  • Work closely with the Lead Product Designer to drive best practice
  • Champion UCD
  • Interested in working across global markets
  • Own multiple design areas including customer journeys, wireframes, workshops, information architecture
  • Inform design decisions via qualitative and quantitative research; including user interviews, remote testing, surveys, customer feedback and analytics
  • Collaborative process with key stakeholders, both directly through workshops and design sprints
  • Work closely with our Development Team to refine and implement designs

Experience & Skill set

  • Experience working across the full design cycle - UX & UI
  • Preference on the UX side of design with a good eye for detail
  • Used to working in Agile environments
  • Comfortable running and owning workshops
  • Present findings to senior stakeholders
  • Comfortable working solo and within a team
  • Close relationships with engineering and development

Product and the User is crucial to this business and coming in a designer will give you a lot of autonomy and value. You will see what your hard work is doing.

As a reminder they are doing a 2 stage interview process, this is initially a 12month FTC but very likely to turn full time and offering a salary of £50,000-£60,000 per annum

If you want to find out more please apply and we can set up a call

Tom Gallyer