Freelance UX Designer - travel and ecommerce
- £350 - 400 per day
- Retail, Fashion & Beauty
- Travel & Leisure
Freelance UX Designer needed by global travel and ecommerce brand.
Working on re-platforming their global websites, they need a Freelance UX Designer to support the existing product team with this project.
The Freelance UX Designer will play a hands-on role, designing and prototyping the overall functionality of products and features for this travel and ecommerce business. You will ensure great user experience, testing and iterating will be an inherent part of your approach. You’ll be leading workshops and design sprints to inject design thinking to produce rapid, iterative results, helping your team validate and dismiss the assumptions they have made.
The Freelance UX Designer will be getting involved in the following:
- Conducting user research, creating personas, wireframes and prototypes, storyboarding, scenario and journey mapping, information architecture, user flows, usability testing.
- Execute and advocate for evidence-based product and design decisions. As a Freelance UX Designer you will be conducting user research and stakeholder interviews to gather evidence and requirements, synthesising and sharing findings and providing rationale for decisions.
- Produce high quality design solutions through user research and discovery, market, and competitor analysis, low-fi and high-fi wireframes, concepting and prototyping, scenario and journey mapping and usability testing.
- The Freelance UX Designer should have experience of doing this within an ecommerce or travel brand.
- Be an advocate within the organisation for creating a consistent user experience, the Freelance UX Designer will be utilising the standards set through the Global Design System to support design at scale.
- Plan, facilitate and lead cross-functional, collaborative, design thinking workshops and sprints to drive human-centred creative problem solving.
The Freelance UX Designer should have excellent knowledge of Figma, and be used to working through to final UI.
Working remotely (must be UK based) and outside IR35, this would be ideal for a Freelance UX Designer who has experience working for a global ecommerce and/or travel brand.