Salary: £30-50,000 per annum (depending on experience) when working full time (37.5 hours a week)
Location: Bristol area
As an agency, we work with a huge variety of startups and well-established brands.
Your role will be directly involved in the process of making a product useful, usable and enjoyable for its users. As a UX designer, you’ll need to be comfortable running collaborative design sessions with designers, developers and client stakeholders.
We need someone with the following skillset:
- Experience running workshops, interviews, focus groups, etc
- Experience gathering requirements from clients
- Able to gather research and present conclusions
- Pragmatic about UX, as a toolkit
- You can deliver wireframes & prototypes quickly
- You work well both with our multidisciplinary team and on your own
- You’re able to present to clients
- You quickly understand and balance Technological, Business Process and Commercial needs
- You have an understanding of Service Design
- You have varied project experience
About the role
This is an incredible opportunity to work with tech startups and existing businesses going through huge transformations.
Gravitywell helps shape and deliver groundbreaking new digital products from conception to MVP and well beyond. 2021 is going to be our most exciting year yet.
For our clients, the UX process is both crucial and varied due to the nature of or project work.
The Gravitywell team is full of very smart, talented people with a genuine passion for new ideas and delivering the best possible products.
Gravitywell is an award-winning Bristol digital agency, enjoying increasing success. Having recently won several high-profile clients we’re continuing to expand: our team, our client list, and our expertise.
We get to pick the projects and clients that inspire us (both big names and startups) and aim to consistently create high-quality bespoke products and applications that transform our clients’ visions, expectations and businesses.
We challenge ourselves to be on the cutting-edge and achieve this through a liberal amount of R&D time and our innate passion and experience.
We need you to be roughly Bristol-based because of the expectation that we'll be running in-person workshops in the not too distant future.
Other stuff you need to know
If you need any adjustments made to the application or selection process so you can do your best, let us know. We will be happy to help.
We review CVs as we receive them and interview as soon as we receive good applications. We don’t use closing dates. So, please apply as soon as possible to avoid missing out on this role.
No agencies, please.
How to apply
Send your CV and an example of some of your best work to email@example.com. Show us why you’re the right person for this role and why you want to work with us. Please do include links to online material where possible.