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Listed on: 20th May
Location: London
Type: Contract

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Real Time Recruitment Solutions Position - Digital Content Designer (Senior)
Type - Contract
Location - London, SW1
Duration - 6 months +
Rate - £495 per day - Ltd / Umbrella Co

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Role: Digital Content Designer Senior
Contracting Authority: DWP

Contract Length: to run until 20/2/21
Location: London
IR35: In Scope
Pay Rate to Candidate: £495.00 per day

Interaction designers design accessible public services simple enough for everyone to use. They create digital services that work across different channels, devices, browsers and platforms. This role may involve the creation of or change to design patterns which are being researched in services. This role is about seeing the bigger picture as well as the fine detail. It's about being able to create just enough of a prototype to help the wider team learn about user needs for a given scenario.

As an interaction designer you will:
Specialise in designing interactions and interfaces for digital services, work on all levels of the service, from high-level flows and journeys to the fine detail of individual parts.
Work with different types of content and user-led interactions.
Work across digital and non-digital channels.
Focus on making working software, rather than creating artefacts to describe software.
Be familiar with the technical side of design.

Must 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.

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