Bubble Wrap-Up: Top 5 Design jobs – January 2016

Do you live and breathe design? See yourself as creatively and technically driven with a huge passion for building websites? Then this is the right place for your next job search! This week we’ve chosen 5 out of the dozens of design roles that we’re advertising on Bubble Jobs, so take a look at some of the pick of the bunch.

dpconnect3First up this week, DP Connect are looking for a digital designer to join a well-known government department in London. The 12 month contract offers the ideal candidate the chance to improve and update the look and feel of the department’s digital products. You will be responsible for creating commercial ideas, partner with colleagues to create a consistent user experience whilst building relationships with external providers. Of course you need a strong knowledge of Adobe Suite as well as typography, layout and a good understanding Art Direction and presentation tools.

DSPNext, DesignStudioPeople seek a talented, mid-weight Designer to join a growing, creative B2B marketing agency in London. The perfect candidate will already be an experienced designer who enjoys creative freedom and has an excellent eye for digital design solutions, with exceptional typography. You will be confident enough to lead creative projects for specialist clients in the technological and telecoms market and you will be involved in leading photoshoots, creation of movies, story boarding and design concepts of digital and print branding.

SKY2015In third place, Sky have an exciting UX Designer role to join their new tech hub in Leeds. You will be part of not only the Sky Technology team but also Sky’s two biggest brands: Sky News and Sky Sports. Working across the entire digital portfolio for Sports and News, you will be focused on driving a more unified user experience across Sky’s products. The ideal candidate will have already worked in an Agile environment, boasting a broad knowledge of existing methodologies and standard industry tools. Sky are looking for a talented candidate to help take their brands up a notch.

Again, Sky are also looking for a Digital UX Designer to join their technology team in Leeds. There’s plenty of room for development in this role as you will have the chance to use a variety of cutting edge tools to create rich user experiences. Developing ideas and generating concepts you will help enhance and improve Sky’s online customer service which includes: Account Managements, Help, Contact Us and their Customer Service app. Some of your key responsibilities will be ensuring UX leadership, maintain and update Sky’s global online brand guidelines, principles, templates and work to push UX boundaries and design.

lbbLastly, The Little Black Book Agency are looking for a Digital Designer (Mobile) to join a highly respected digital agency in Manchester. With experience in UI and UX design, the perfect candidate will specialise in the design and creation of mobile apps. Your role will be to design and create innovative mobile apps for some of the UK’s biggest brands, working with other designers, software consultants and developers to design and create engaging digital solutions. You don’t necessarily have to have come from a mobile background, but without previous UX or UI samples of your work you won’t be considered for the role. You will have an expert-level of knowledge with Photoshop and Illustrator and any prototyping experience of software/systems will be a huge advantage.

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