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Job Title: UX / UI Designer - RETAIL STARTUP
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: London, England
Salary: £55000 - £85000 per annum + BENEFITS
Start Date: ASAP
REF: J9129_1504882082
Contact Name: Melissa Baldwin
Contact Email:
Job Published: about 1 month ago

Job Description

My client, an innovative retail start up with a focus on eyewear are looking for an ambitious designer who can shape the future of the brand and create the best digital experience for them!


  • Worked on e-commerce (responsive websites - desktop, mobile etc) in the retail sector
  • Preferably fashion sector
  • Worked in agile / scrum environment
  • Worked with e-commerce, marketing and design stakeholders
  • Worked with developers to deliver the experience
  • Direct experience of CRO and A/B testing
  • Worked directly or indirectly with analytical solutions such as Google Analytics


  • 3+ years experience of UX and UI website design / web graphic design

    • Designed and iterated websites - site maps, wireframes, user flows and storyboards
    • Site navigation and IA
    • Human-centered approach to design
  • Phenomenal Adobe Illustrator and Sketch skills. a plus,
  • Working knowledge of HTML, CSS and Javascript
  • Preferable Google Analytics or similar solution experience
  • Has carried out customer research and interviews

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