Invuse is part of 44B, a group of companies who provide digital communications services and products to organisations across the UK and US. They are leaders in digital communications and provide innovative services for the public sector including 47 % of the UK Government, as well as organisations throughout the NHS.
We are extremely proud of our culture and working environment. What we do is innovative and transformative and we continually challenge ourselves to develop new and better services.
Working at Invuse means you’re part of a fun, inclusive, nurturing, vibrant team of ambitious individuals. You will be a valued member with great career progression opportunities where openness, transparency and fairness are expected of everyone.
Our mission is to connect the dots between users’ needs and organisation’s objectives. By giving users and stakeholders a voice, we enable our customers to deliver quality, inclusive digital experiences designed with people at the core.
We are committed to offering equal employment opportunity.
As a Junior UX designer, you will work alongside designers, software developers, product owners and UX researchers to design digital experiences that are supported by thorough research and data. As part of the role, you will work on a variety of exciting projects for different customers to help enhance the user experience for their staff and customers.
You’ll focus primarily on product/web design and support us in delivering outputs such as: user journey maps, blueprints, prototypes, high/low-fidelity designs to help our customers evolve their platforms with innovative designs based on research with their end users and target audiences.
Typical responsibilities include:
Design and deliver wireframes/high-fidelity designs for websites and web based products items
Work closely with our user researchers to collect the information required to support you with decision making on designs
Designing user interfaces and experience using design frameworks such as Material Design or similar
Applying design principles and methodologies eg. Atomic design
Work with our existing User Experience team to deliver UX workshops
Conduct UX workshops with internal and external stakeholders
Conduct discovery sessions through stakeholder interviews, data gathering, surveys and polls and identify users/personas and define user stories
Create usability studies by defining task scenarios and qualitative and quantitative questions to measure user satisfaction
Set up testing content and organise participant lists/set testing dates
Conduct remote and in person usability testing, moderate/unmoderated testing and gather results in the form of reports and insights
Write design specifications including screen specs, component specs and prototypes for Dev and QA teams
Write functional specifications for functional and interactional behaviours
Collaborate with project managers, user researchers, business analysts, developers and accessibility specialists
Learn to create designs that are aligned to accessibility and GDS standards to drive inclusivity
Visual design and interaction design skills
Ability to use Sketch and/or UXPin Merge
Passion for human centred design (Experience design)
Willingness to learn
Ability to take initiative and drive collaboration on projects
Attention to detail
Good communication skills
Good time management skills
Sketch and/or UXPin Merge
GCSE English and Maths (A*-C) or equivalent
Minimum of A Levels or equivalent (Grades A-C)
Passion for both UX Research and Design
Driven and ambitious
Strong team player
UXPin app experience
Flexbox and Grids (CSS)
Understanding of WCAG and GDS standards
Minimum of 1 year experience in a UX Design related role
Up to £25,000 per annum
Bonus Scheme available, up to £35,000 OTE
Lively, fun and transparent working environment
Smart/Casual dress code
Career Development opportunities
Employee Assistance Programme
Regular social gatherings/away days with team
Strictly no agencies.
To apply for this role, complete the form below or send your CV across to firstname.lastname@example.org and quote ‘Junior UX Designer’ in the subject line.