Would you describe yourself as an obsessive organiser?
Has the rise of the design system got you excited?
Do you have a love for ‘micro design’ and co-creation?
This is an opportunity for you take complete ownership of a brand new design system that you will help to build from scratch while working for an iconic name in the travel sector.
Sound interesting? Keep reading…
This iconic name in the travel industry are on a journey to become Europe’s greatest travel experience. Since the day they were founded they have been leading the way with innovation and their customers have been at the heart of everything they do.
Thousands of people use their services every day so ensuring that this is an experience they enjoy and remember is of utmost importance.
Having recently appointed a new UX Manager they are about to kick off a transformation that will not only improve the customer experience but also change the way the entire organisation approaches design for the better.
As the first permanent UI/Visual Designer (supported by three contractors at present who will soon be converted to permanent headcount) there is huge scope in this role. Working closely with the UX Manager, Product Manager and Senior stakeholders you will be helping to build, implement evolve and manage an entirely new design system that will be used across the entire business.
You will also be responsible for crafting beautiful interface and visual designs for a wide array of digital touch points that spans beyond just web and mobile.
In addition, the cross-functional product team (13 people in total) work so collaboratively that you will also have input and exposure to large amounts of the UX process. Perfect if you have an interest in doing more with UX or even have this experience already.
For example, user testing happens at every step so you will not only get to see test results on the wireframes, journeys and prototypes, but also test your visual designs to help validate your decisions even further.
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After 6 months