Digital Marketing Jobs & Apprenticeships



Expires on 2019-06-06

Job Type Full Time Experience Needed N/A

UX Designer

Aviva is looking for a UX Designer in London, United Kingdom. If you meet the requirements below, you will be eligible to apply via Digital Marketing Community.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Associate in design activities across the entire product lifecycle and product launches with other designers (content and/or visual) and commercial colleagues to find elegant but practical solutions to design challenges.
  • Utilize User Centred Design methods to problem-solving throughout the product lifecycle.
  • Devise necessary design artifacts and deliverables (e.g. wireframes, storyboards, journey maps, flow diagrams, prototypes, etc.) to support product launch and development.
  • Operate in tandem with User Researchers or other Designers to partner with numerous other teams including Products, Proposition, Customer Experience and Optimisation to understand user needs, motivations and behavior.
  • Determine and manage performance measures relevant to the product portfolio you are working on.
  • Own your work and take responsibility for every detail every step of the way.
  • Let users lead the way to inform us of where we are going as a team.
  • Focus on listening to users, and letting their needs guide the best solutions.

Job Requirements:

  • Effective experience in solving complex customer problems through collaborative design practices
  • Proficient experience with research and testing, including desk research, multi-variate testing, and user testing.
  • Expert knowledge of how to visualize customer experiences in the form of user journeys, personas, goals, information models and more
  • Demonstarted understanding of how to use UX and visual design tools such as Sketch, InVision, Axure and Adobe Creative Cloud.
  • Outstanding communication and relationship management skills to work with a variety of colleagues at each step of the design process.
  • A good comprehension of technology and being able to reframe and challenge technological constraints.
  • Autonomous and a self-starter.
  • The confidence to seek feedback and challenge both your ideas and those of your team.
  • Able to work with researchers to define and critique research processes and outcomes.
  • Ability to produce wireframes and interactive prototypes to depict proposed functionality to customers.

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