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​ux designer jobs in ​worcestershire

At Beyond The Book we specialise in recruitment in the Creative, Marketing and Digital space, including UX Designers.
 
Typically, a UX Designer will play a key role within a digital or creative agency or an in-house digital marketing team, usually reporting to the Head of Digital or Creative Director. The UX Designer would closely with UI Designers, Brand Managers, Marketing Managers and Project Managers.
 
The UX Designer role will suit someone who has proven digital background in the creative industry, working closely with one brand or working with various brands, for e-commerce, marketing or application-based digital products. A UX Designer may come from a design background and have expertise in user interface design, or from a strategic or digital marketing background with a strong understanding of information architecture, user journeys, interaction design and brand positioning. Equally, a background in customer research experience would be very beneficial, or experience as an analyst conducting user behaviour studies. The role commands a problem-solving approach and awareness of emerging digital technologies, digital trends and innovation.
 
The UX Designer role would usually encompass the following responsibilities:
 
Create wireframes, storyboards, user flows, process flows and site maps. Facilitating and leading client workshops. Creating prototypes using Sketch or InVision, with good understanding of HTML, CSS and JavaScript. Mentoring junior UX/UI Designers.

 

​About Worcestershire
Worcestershire was first populated at least 700,000 years ago and was the heartland of the early English Kingdom of the Hwicce. Nowadays, the classic English country town of Worcester is the largest settlement known for its impressive cathedral. Other major towns in the county include Bromsgrove, Droitwich, Evesham, Kidderminster, Malvern, Redditch, and Stourport-on-Severn.
Possibly its most notable export is Worcestershire Sauce which was invented by chemists John Wheeley Lea and William Henry Perrins in 1837, hence the alternative name Lea and Perrins.
Worcestershire is one of three counties associated with the Border Morris style of English folk dancing. These were village dances performed in winter for fun and to entertain locals for money. It usually includes three to twelve dancers.
It is claimed that Worcestershire was the inspiration for The Shire, a region of J. R. R. Tolkien's fictional Middle-earth, described in The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings. Tolkien was thought to have named Bilbo Baggins' house "Bag End" after his Aunt Jane's Worcestershire farm.