UX Designer KarmaramaLondon, England, GB
We are Karmarama. We reframe brands for an ever-changing modern world. We do this by combining creative excellence with technology-led solutions. It means we can help clients with their business challenges now, and plan for their business opportunities next. It’s a more progressive, more effective way of working.
Our Creative Futures team sits within Karmarama but creates a unique blend of brand, service design, technology and business consultancy skills from across the Accenture Interactive family. It focusses those skills to concept, prototype, pilot and scale new product and services for the UK’s leading brands.
Together, we will:
- Have specific opportunities to use our craft to make a difference in people’s lives.
- Engage in ongoing activities that enable us to learn, practice, and evolve our discipline.
- Collaborate on products and services that change the way we do business.
And we’re growing at an amazing rate. Which is where you come in; we’re currently looking for a UX Designer.
As a UX Designer, you will:
- Apply conceptual thinking to create world-class digital services across multiple platforms, smartly bringing together user needs, business goals and technical realities.
- Develop sound UX concepts, including the definition of human needs, the creation of personas, storyboards/scenarios, journeys, use cases and content requirements.
- Translate complex systems into clear design definition.
- Create instant tangibility for the team and the client through storytelling and presentation of work, ranging from paper sketching concepts to prototyping interactions and screen flows.
- Define the User Interface Design through and interactions through detailed wireframes, user flows, information architecture and in-depth content knowledge.
- Create lightweight specifications and style guides to supplement prototypes for our implementation partners
- Work directly with people to design end-to-end experiences using participatory and iterative design techniques including observational studies customer interviews, usability testing, and other forms of qualitative and to uncover insights, learn about user behaviour and verify design thinking.
- Effectively communicate research findings, conceptual ideas, detailed design, and design rationale both verbally and visually
- Work closely with development teams to ensure that design specifications are implemented
- Participate as a contributor to an interdisciplinary team that includes other designers, program management, business and brand strategists and software developers.
- Embrace and harness new technologies.
It would be great if you have/are:
- Demonstrable in-depth knowledge and experience of user interface design with consumer applications.
- Extensive knowledge and experience with driving and applying user-centered design processes while working collaboratively with customers, along with cross-functional teams including visual design, development, product management, and user research.
- Proficient knowledge of design and prototyping tools, such as Sketch, InVision, Proto.io, Photoshop and Illustrator, or alternatives.
- Proficient in a variety of methods to convey ideas and concepts (e.g. storyboards, wireframes, prototypes, etc)
- Knowledge of web-based technologies and their impact on the feasibility of design solutions, including the capabilities and limitations of Web technologies.
- Strong knowledge of design processes and methodologies, including Agile.
- The ability to cope with fast-paced environments.
- The ability with and work within dynamic multi-disciplinary teams.
- Strong influencing, negotiation and communication skills (written, verbal, presentation).
- Organised, analytical, and adaptable.
- Commercial awareness.
- Excellent communication and presentation skills.
- Impeccable personal time management.
- Planning and analytical skills.
Why us? Well, we believe it’s nice to:
- Design and build products, not campaigns
- Be appreciated
- Work on a variety of products, across platform and device
- Know that you can grow and develop your skills
- Work with friendly, talented people
- Have a great work/life balance
- Work collaboratively
- Work hard because you want to, not because you have to
- Be rewarded well with nice Benefits, such as
Health & Wellbeing – Eye Care, Subsidised Gym Membership, Yoga Classes, Private Medical Insurance and Wellbeing Week
Wealth – A Competitive salary, Pension, Cycle to Work scheme, Season Ticket Loan and Childcare Vouchers
Time Off – 25 days’ Holidays, Birthday Bonus and Summer Fridays
Development – Bespoke Development Programme, Inspirational Speaker sessions and Mentoring Programmes
Eating, Drinking, Being Merry – An onsite Chef, Tuesday and Thursday “Tea Times”, Bar Nights, Annual Ski Trip and an actual office Sweet Shop
and many many more