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User experience designer, Digital Development

User experience designer, Digital Development

locationLondon, UK
remoteHybrid
ExpiresExpires: 17/06/2024
IT and Digital Projects
Permanent position
Junior

Closing date: 17th June 2024

Salary: up to £40,000 depending on experience

Contract: The role is a full-time, permanent position

 

Are you a proactive problem-solver with an eye for detail?

As part of the Digital Development team and reporting to Bloomsbury Head of UX, this role contributes to the definition, implementation and delivery of all Bloomsbury Digital Resources across Bloomsbury Academic, Professional and Special Interest divisions. Bloomsbury Digital Resources have already won a number of accolades for the quality of design and usability, often receiving glowing reviews from leading publications and customers. This role will build on that success by ensuring that we continue to deliver engaging, accessible products and an excellent user experience to the students and researchers within our global customer base of academic institutions.

The UX designer will help build our evidence-based design practices, enabling short- and long-term innovation in our platform development. The role will collaborate closely with the Product Management and Technology teams. Together they will develop, evaluate, and iterate the user experience.

 

Responsibilities

  • Run user experience research and analysis to understand our users’ journeys and needs
  • Translate findings into clear and prioritised business requirements in a programme of continuous improvement
  • Produce designs to assist with usability testing, internal discussion, presentations to stakeholders, and delivery, encompassing interface design within a tested and established design language; also basic UX writing, and interaction flows
  • Ensure that platforms comply with accessibility
  • Identify improvements to the team’s processes and workflow

 

Knowledge, skills and experience

  • A proactive, “can-do” attitude, with a keen curiosity and willingness to learn
  • An excellent eye for detail and nuance and a logical, problem-solving approach
  • Demonstrated experience of user experience work
  • Cross-functional team collaboration, including stakeholder management
  • Ability to understand the specific needs of a varied user base of students, scholars, librarians and practitioners in visual and applied arts, performing arts, humanities, social sciences, law and finance

 

Additional information

The role is based at our London office 50 Bedford Square, London, WC1B 3DP on a hybrid-working pattern of 2 days office based / 3 days home based (or fully office based if preferred). Allocated office days for this role are: Wednesday and Thursday

Please apply with a CV and cover letter that includes a link to your portfolio addressed to Human Resources (Word or PDF format only) via our URL detailing how you meet the requirements outlined above for this role by 17 June 2024.

 

Applicants must have the legal right to work in the UK – Bloomsbury Publishing do not sponsor visa applications.

Bloomsbury reserve the right to close the role early if we exceed the required number of applications.

Bloomsbury is a place where anyone of any background, race, ethnicity, religion, sexuality, gender identity, age, ability, or socio-economic status can thrive, feel comfortable, and be heard and accepted. We are an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all sections of the community.

We are willing to make any reasonable adjustments throughout the recruitment process, please flag to the recruitment team if required.

Please state in your application that you found this role through Creative Access.

Level of experience

  • Junior

Required languages

  • English

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