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UX Designer

  • 07Dec
  • Developers
  • Dublin West
  • contract
  • Negotiable

Job Description

reaITime Recruitment is currently on the lookout for an experienced UX Designer. This is a contract position with one of Ireland's leading technical consultancy companies with their offices based in Dublin.

The role:

  • Reporting to Senior UX Consultant
  • Working alongside the client's customers and delivering excellent user experiences
  • Working in a client facing consulting team and taking an evidence-based approach to designing methodologies

What you'll need:

  • 3+ years' experience in a UX position
  • Experience with Interaction Design, Wireframing, Mobile/ Desktop Optimisation, Visual Design & Graphic Design
  • Branding experiences essential
  • Experience with Heat-mapping, Journey Mapping, User/ Usage Data Analysis & Usability Testing

A portfolio review of previous UX Design projects will be required.

If your currently on the market and would like to hear more then please give me a call on 01 652 0652 or email me on gary.seery@realtime.jobs

Alternatively you can book in a call with me at a time that suits you by clicking on the following link https://calendly.com/gary-seery 

Education Level Required

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