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Lead UX-UI Designer

Lead UX-UI Designer

Location: Hybrid (1 day/week in London Holborn office)

ASAP start

This is a greenfield project with the aspiration of going global. There will be plenty of opportunity to 'own' this product and have complete autonomous control.


This company provides the digital out-of-home industry with a range of market leading services.

Key responsibility:

You will be the sole UX designer, owning the design and user experience of their software, and improving the efficiency of the business using technology as a solution for streamlining people's processes.

You will:

  • Build prototypes using Figma.

  • Design their software and ensure they meet end-users' needs.

  • Combine interfaces and workflows to enhance user experience.

  • Work on responsive UIs for mobile and desktop products.

  • Fine-tune their design system.

About you:

  • You are an analytical and creative designer who champions the voice of end users and solves problems

  • You have previous experience working in a SaaS small business environment

  • You have a strong portfolio of technical UX projects

  • You can turn products into more user-friendly and intuitive services

  • Your designs are informed by a deep understanding of user psychology

  • You gather feedback and conduct usability testing

  • You develop wireframes and prototypes around customer needs

  • You keep up to date with competitor products and industry trends

  • You take a mobile-first approach to designing interfaces

Additional information:

  • This company was founded on the idea that there was potential for digital billboards

  • There are no designers in the company, just branding designs

  • They are migrating an older system

  • There are no Business Analysts

  • They want their system to be fully responsive but not necessarily mobile-first


  • 3 stages

*Company benefits:

  • vouchers every quarter

  • Bonus every quarter - up to £2500 -

  • Private medical care

  • Birthday off

  • 25 days annual leave

  • Purchasable and sellable holidays

  • Hotel stay paid for during London-based events (e.g. Summer parties)