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Product Designer

Job Title: Product Designer
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: City of London, London
Salary: £50000 - £65000 per annum + Bens
Start Date: ASAP
REF: Design1_1500028712
Contact Name: Heral Bharadia
Contact Email:
Job Published: 3 months ago

Job Description

Role: Product Designer

Location: City

Salary: £50-65K + bens

Skills: Product Design, UI, UX, React

Our client are looking for a talented, ambitious and detail-oriented Product Designer to help them build out the next generation of their flagship platform.

As a Product Designer, you will:

  • Work closely with product and customer teams to translate (and help define) requirements
  • Work on features from ideation through to launch and maintenance
  • Design flows and experiences that are incredibly simple and elegant
  • Develop and promote the design system
  • Support engineering and QA teams in shipping ideas


  • Self-starter, ability to own projects and work with minimal supervision
  • Experience in building and shipping applications/software
  • Comfortable sketching out ideas, producing high-fidelity wireframes and building prototypes
  • Have a structure approached to problem solving and product design
  • An extensive portfolio showcasing your UI and UX design skills
  • Strong advocate of component driven design

If you possess the above and have excellent communication skills apply NOW!!!

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