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Interaction Designer

Interaction Designer

Job Title: Interaction Designer
Contract Type: Contract
Location: London, England
Industry:
Salary: £450 - £500 per day
Start Date: ASAP
Reference: IXDLDN_1585316766
Contact Name: Millie Scriven
Contact Email: m.scriven@lawrenceharvey.com
Job Published: March 27, 2020 13:46

Job Description

Contract opportunity: Interaction Designer - London - 12 months - £400-500 per day - inside IR35 - must be eligible for SC clearance

Please note: This role is INSIDE IR35, please do not apply if you are not happy working inside IR35

Skills and experience required:
- have relevant industry experience
- understand the web
- have experience of working from a digital perspective
- have experience of sketching, prototyping and iterative design
- have experience of working in a multidisciplinary team
- have experience of using a user-centred design approach
- have experience of explaining design decisions and communicating ideas in a way that other people understand
- be able to lead a workshop
- be able to help the design process work effectively
- know how to plan user research
- have experience of interpreting research and data
- have experience of handling constructive criticism of your work
- have experience of constructively reviewing other people's work
- have experience of putting forward the case for design to senior stakeholders and product owners
- have experience of working at pace in an agile environment

Responsibilities:
- understand user needs and design services that meet them
- design user-centred interfaces and transaction flows
- define elements - layout, design patterns, controls and actions
- define visual priorities - what needs to be obvious, what needs to be easy, and what needs to be made possible
- create and rapidly iterate prototypes to help the wider team learn about user needs for different scenarios or tasks
- work with product owners, other designers, user researchers, business analysts, and front-end developers to turn concepts into user-centred services
- make sure that the design of services is consistent internally and with the rest of GOV.UK
- contribute to designing interaction patterns and standards, looking for common features across services
- take responsibility for creating and keeping up a positive and collaborative working environment
- contribute to building a digital culture in the department
- play an active part in the department's product design community

Lawrence Harvey is acting as an Employment Business in regards to this position. Visit our website www.lawrenceharvey.com and follow us on Twitter for all live vacancies @lawharveyjobs

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