DesignTalent has partnered with one of the world's most sought-after digital product studios, to attract and appoint a world-class Visual Designer at Lead level.
As a Lead Designer you will be responsible for the entire User Interface design process. You will work closely with Developers in this Agile environment, so need to understand code and communicate well with technologists.
Your position will lead Visual and UI design best practice across high-profile client digital product design and build, as well as products invented within the studio, which can easily turn into businesses of their own.
Visual excellence and extraordinary graphical execution are prerequisites, but equally, if not more importantly it's about the person and the culture.
Culturally here, a Lead means you lead by example, listen, empathise, collaborate and inspire. Open minds to be brought to work, egos to be left at the door. As a senior member of studio, you are looked to as the embodiment of their culture and values.
People from all personal and professional backgrounds considered. You may be currently at a digital product studio, or working for a well known platform or app. Visual excellence and a great cultural fit are the key things we are hoping for.
If a world-class working environment, an incredible benefits package and work/life balance, working with many of London's most talented people and the best products and projects out there are attractive to you, then please look over the important bits below and show us your folio!
Desired Skills and Experience - These are the important bits
- You need to get Agile and end-to-end digital product design (apps, platforms etc)
- An understanding of code and a developer's process
- Act as ambassador for studio and team health. You will be part of a community of leaders who embody the industry-leading culture they have created
- Willingness to learn, experiment and innovate
- No egos. They don't operate a traditional hierarchy
- Must be happy to work in a cultural feedback environment, rather than traditional performance reviews or top down directions