Our client is looking for a resourceful and enthusiastic UX Designer who loves Digital Marketing & Technology. You need to be analytical and creative, a problem solver with the ability to grasp user needs and provide solutions that are both complex and elegant to be in line with the our client's brand.
- Maintains a clear understanding of business goals and user needs to identify and articulate high impact research opportunities to support strategic design decisions and product development
- Acts as a representative for both client and business points of view, creating solutions that tackle client needs while being feasible to implement within budget
- Maintain a flow of communication between different teams (UX | Design | Marketing | Development | Account) in order to ensure that client spec is constantly being adhered to
- Use client satisfaction measurement tools and other quantitative/qualitative data available to generate hypotheses and usability road-maps.
- Has a good grasp of the English language, allowing them to both craft strategic documents such as usability audits and create UX deliverables such as wireframes while maintaining maximum clarity and effectiveness of communication
- Loves delving into data and uncovering insights that will have previously been unknown to the client
- 2+ years experience in a similar role with a focus on CRO and UX
- Ideally, a creative/strategy focused degree (UoM, Mcast) or some measure of higher education
- Familiarity with technical tools: Primarily Google Analytics, Hotjar, Figma, but with the ability to very quickly adapt to new tools when needed
- Has a well defined UX design process, including a passion for ideation and exploring new ways forward for clients
- Strong analytical thinking and decision making skills
- Familiarity with UX artefacts - journey mapping, persona creation (both research-based and proto)
- Assertive and outgoing character, allowing them to run client workshops, especially in the early stages of a project
- Excellent English language skills. Knowledge of Arabic would be a plus, but not essential.