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Associate – UX Designer – London

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PwC is looking for a User Experience (UX) and Service Designer to join its growing London-based experience team. The ideal candidate will: • Have a good understanding of information architecture and interaction design. • Have a keen eye for detail, and a strong visual design aesthetic • Knowledge of service design and content strategy • Be well-versed in modern design research methods (remote and ethnographic) • Have examples of work to illustrate your design process • Have a strong desire to co-create (with clients and internal teams), and experience facilitating this type of • collaboration The Basics • Well-versed in either Design Thinking or MG Taylor methodologies • Able to demonstrate relevant mastery of the most common prototyping tools (e.g., Axure, Figma, etc.) • Expertly proficient in Sketch and Invision • Basic understanding of web technologies (HTML, JS) • Confident verbal and visual communicator • A natural problem solver • An all-around cool person About you We’re looking for energetic, passionate UX practitioners who enjoy sweating the details – working across devices and touch-points – to design and deliver bold work for our brave clients across the UK. Reporting to the Head of UX, you’ll be a key part of the London-based Experience team working hard to put the customer at the centre of everything that you do (and you’ll challenge our clients and their teams to do the same), and bringing propositions, products and services, and ‘the art of the possible’ to life. About your day-to-day • Quickly formulate hypotheses based on research insights, stakeholder’s feedback and data; • Prototype ideas quickly (i.e., make the simplest artefact possible to test a hypothesis or assumption) • Design experiences across devices and touch-points for our clients and their customers; • Work closely with third parties as part of delivery projects; engage with and support your colleagues from • customer, technology and strategy practice areas; • Support business development through participation in proposals and client meetings; Our Competencies Our people need to demonstrate a defined set of core skills and behaviours. We refer to these as the PwC Professional. They are integral to who we are as a firm and form the basis of our people appraisal process. We will also assess you against them within our recruitment process to benchmark your own skills and behaviours. We recommend you visit the below web page to find out more about our global core competencies and to consider how your own experiences will align against them. This will help you through the recruitment process with us.

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