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UX Designer - Broadcast Media

Employer
Handle Recruitment
Location
UK
Salary
Competitive
Closing date
10 Apr 2021

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Sector
Technology & New Media
Contract Type
Permanent
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UX Designer - Broadcast Media

We currently have a UX Designer role available for a global Media Broadcast company. Responsible for designing highly engaging visual for product development.

The right candidate will lead UX efforts for cross-functional and cross-platform projects following user-centered design, and come from an agile background.

Role:
  • Design solutions for responsive web, mobile, connected TVs and other platforms.
  • Standalone UX documentation using Figma and Axure
  • Work within the UXD Team in collaboration with Business, Product and Engineering colleagues to define requirements and deliver innovative solutions through a User Centred Design approach

Experience:
  • Expertise in information architecture
  • Expertise of User Centred Design processes
  • Data driven design;
  • Ability to produce standalone UX documentation including user journeys, flow diagrams, wireframes, sitemaps,
  • Ability to visualise experiences through sketches, storyboards, mockups and prototypes.
  • Figma, Axure, Confluence, Jira, Miro, Google productivity tools, etc.

Desirable:
  • designing Video on Demand products / OTT services highly valuable.
  • A deep understanding of responsive web, mobile and connected TVs/ devices.
  • UCD processes across multiple platforms/ technologies.
  • Sports content

If you feel you skill set matches the above requirements, please send your CV through or contact Robert on 0207569 9971.

UX Designer - Broadcast Media / Sport

Handle Recruitment is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.

This job was originally posted as www.cwjobs.co.uk/job/92312174
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