Senior UX Designer

As Senior UX Designer you play a vital role in leading the development of the user experience across projects and ensuring quality experiences that are engaging and accessible. You are responsible for defining the user experience approach and effort on account projects, as well as developing the resulting user experience solutions and developing more junior members of the team.

For this role you must have proven experience of developing User Experience deliverables for a wide range of projects from discrete campaigns and apps through to large-scale ongoing platform projects. You will have extensive proven knowledge of user-centred design methodologies and tools and knowledge of user experience visualization and prototyping tools such as Omnigraffle.

Ideally, you will come from a creative background and have some experience with gaming and applications.

 

 

About AnalogFolk

We're an innovative creative agency that make and market interactive experiences to create a better analog world. But nothing is more important to us than people, and that's reflected in everything we do.

We're ambitious as an agency, for our clients, and most importantly for our team. We want them to flourish, learn and grow, helping them achieve everything they want.

That's why we can offer clever, creative and enthusiastic people the freedom to experiment, innovate and work in an open and collaborative way in an award winning independent global agency.

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