Senior and Lead level UX Design Contracts – London – £350 to £450 per day
Senior and Lead UX Designers for Various companies in London – £350 to £450 per day
1) Lead UX Designer – eCommerce Client via large Creative Network – London – £450 per day – 23rd Nov start – 6 month contract
This is a very exciting opportunity for a Lead UX Designer to oversee a new project with a south American eCommerce client that are bigger than John Lewis! Our client is looking for an eCommerce expert that has worked on Experience planning projects with large retail clients. Key responsibilities will include leading client stakeholder workshops and managing a small UX team ensuring high quality deliverables at all times. The role will require travel to South America and Spanish lessons will be given (Spanish speakers would be preferable!).
2) Senior Experience Planner – Global Creative Agency – Pitch for well known food brand – 23rd to 29th November – £400 per day
The agency are looking for a talented Experience Planner that understands behavioural UX and has experience in delivering a concept that will drive the target audience to the newly designed site. The website redesign for the food brand aims to target a new audience, so this pitch is really important for the team!
3) Senior UX Designer – Major Airline project – 23rd November to 11th December – £400 per day
Working in agile, a Senior UX Designer is required to work across 3 sprints to help with the design of 2-4 editorial pages of the airlines main site. This will include designing user guides, user stories and full page template example designs. Reporting to the UX Manager and Creative Director on the project, you will be working alongside a designer and 2 developers. This will be a fast paced project with daily stand-ups and iterations.
4) Senior UX Designer – eCommerce project with a Full Service Agency – £450 per day – 23rd November for 4 weeks
A highly respected design agency in London are looking for an eCommerce expert to create a premium shopping experience for a telecoms brand. The design will be modular to integrate it with 3rd party websites, and you will be tasked with understanding the end to end consumer cycle. It is important that you have eCommerce experience in order to hit the ground running to define a landing experience, product page examples and third party integrations.