Junior UX Designer Location: Bingley Salary: £22,000 - £26,000 + 6% Pension + up to 20% Bonus Closing Date: Friday 10 May 2019 Role Purpose: The Junior UX Designer is responsible for supporting the strategic delivery of user research, user interface design, and user testing to transform abstract business problems into elegant, customer-focused solutions. Throughout conceptual, investigative and approval phases, you will consistently advocate for the customer to ensure our new products and services delight the market. Domestic and foreign travel may be required. What you’ll be doing: Facilitate the realization of product visions by researching, sketching, prototyping and user-testing market-winning experiences, optimized for a wide range of devices and interfaces. Execute high-quality user research, including moderated interviews, remote usability tests, ethnographic studies, and other appropriate methodologies. Develop concepts in line with technical capabilities, usability standards, and business strategy. Successfully visualize both qualitative and quantitative research outputs with the use of standard UX artefacts (e.g. user journey maps, personas, mental models). Research and analyze the market to determine the competitive environment. Who we’re looking for: Skills: Experience with standard UX software (e.g. InVision, Adobe Creative Suite, Balsamiq). Ability to successfully conduct remote and on-site user testing to gain key insights for product design. Ability to visualize research using standard UX artefacts (e.g. user journey maps, personas). Ability to extract detailed UX requirements from both internal and external stakeholders, and translate these into elegant, customer-focused product designs. Knowledge: Knowledge of current and emerging trends in digital product development. Knowledge of design using mobile-first methodology and principles. Knowledge of user-centred design, interaction design, and market testing techniques. Behaviours & Attributes: Curiosity – shows a keen interest in developing a deep understanding of our wider product portfolio, and global customer base. Ambition – adopts a growth mindset, experiments with new ideas and continuously strives to improve ways of working. Purpose – takes ownership for delivering projects to a high-standard, proactively engaging customers and colleagues in a positive way. About Us: www.emeraldpublishing.com Nurturing fresh thinking that makes an impact Emerald Publishing was founded in 1967 to champion new ideas that would advance the research and practice of business and management. Today, we continue to nurture fresh thinking in applied fields where we feel we can make a real difference, now also including health and social care, education and engineering. We publish over 300 journals, more than 2,500 books and over 1,500 case studies, via our dedicated research platform emeraldinsight.com What matters to us: Individuality: We have a strong sense of character, independence and spirit. Ambition: We strive to go beyond what’s possible to delight our customers. Purpose: Our entire motivation is to help our communities achieve better outcomes. Curiosity: We listen, learn and challenge the status quo, paying attention to the details that matter. Trust: Our open and responsive culture empowers people, creating transparency, responsibility and respect. Excellence: Always pursuing greatness, we take pride in everything we do.