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Ux/ui Designer (prototyper, Digital Innovation), London

Published 2022-04-15
Expires 2022-05-15
ID #959792781
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Ux/ui Designer (prototyper, Digital Innovation), London
United Kingdom, London, London,
Published April 15, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Ux/ui designer (prototyper, digital innovation)


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As Newsroom Innovation Prototyper you will be an integral part of that team, working closely with colleagues from Editorial, Technology and Product to complement and contribute to The Telegraph's long-term strategic vision and development roadmap. You will help generate, test and validate new initiatives so that we may make better long-term decisions about new products and propositions to achieve our subscription goals. The kind of questions you might be asked to consider as part of this team include: Can we develop new interactive tools, formats or products to increase habitual engagement with our core products? Can we develop new editorial propositions or products to add value to our existing subscription packages? Can we develop new standalone subscription products to grow our existing subscriber base? Ultimately this is a unique opportunity for an original thinker to take on new challenges and help shape the strategic direction of the UK's leading quality news publisher. Key responsibilities You'll be a key member at the heart of a creative, collaborative, cross-functional innovation team, working with designers, analysts, editors and other stakeholders around the business to help deliver innovative solutions to key business challenges Build prototypes that help bring creative ideas to life, whether on paper, in Figma or otherwise, in collaboration with our product designers Champion a test and learn approach to problem-solving. You'll work with our Analyst & Test Planner to define and design iterative A/B and multivariate testing programmes to validate the team's ideas, learning through failures as much as successes Run moderated and unmoderated UX testing with audiences in UserZoom, interpreting results, identifying needs and putting them into action Work with our in-house user research and data teams to gain a deeper understanding of how your prototypes are working Generate and propose ambitious ideas for a wide variety of editorial innovation projects, large and small, from the experimental to the practical Define, develop and deliver a framework for innovation within the Telegraph, proposing and implementing new ways of working Evangelise about innovation to your colleagues, engage editorial staff in our projects and help to nurture a culture of innovation within the wider Telegraph newsroom Revitalise the Telegraph's external reputation for innovation Requirements Demonstrable professional experience of prototyping concepts for digital products (Essential) Experience of UX testing using a range of techniques (Essential) A technical and creative mindset and a good eye for detail (Essential) Confident in presenting, discussing and defending ideas and solutions to stakeholders of any seniority, collating and assessing feedback and translating into actions with the team (Essential) Flexible and adaptive - able to work to tight timelines, and comfortable with self-managing multiple projects (Essential) Knowledge of design and prototyping software such as Figma, InVision, Sketch, Photoshop, Illustrator (Essential) A firm understanding of The Telegraph's brands and journalistic values, both in digital and in print (Essential) Knowledge of testing platforms like Adobe Target, UserZoom (Desirable) Basic front end development skills (Desirable) Experience working with and/or an understanding of subscription-based business models (Desirable) Benefits The nature of our industry means life at the Telegraph Media Group is fast-paced, demanding, and interesting. We also want it to be rewarding for everyone who works here by creating a suite of benefits that contribute to lifestyle choices and leisure activities. From dynamic working opportunities, medical cover, and equal parental pay (six months fully paid for mothers and fathers), to life assurance and season ticket loans, you can choose from a range of flexible benefits, designed to support your lifestyle and help you achieve a healthy work-life balance. Training and development With support from your manager and colleagues, you'll also have access to a variety of training and development opportunities through The Academy. Covering a range of personal and professional skills, our courses enable you to develop an enjoyable and rewarding career. Our commitment to inclusion We want you to feel you belong here and welcome candidates from all backgrounds. Our organisation is on a continuous journey to achieve this sense of belonging, with focused inclusion policies, training, and internal networks. We believe it's not only the right thing to do but that there's a strong business case to support it. Because if you feel you belong, you'll feel more comfortable, so you'll be more likely to achieve your best. We have a number of internal networks that are totally inclusive and open for anyone to join. These include internal inclusion networks covering employees from ethnic minority backgrounds, working families, LGBTQ+, disabilities and long-term conditions, gender, wellbeing, and women in tech. Your wellbeing is paramount, so we have trained over 100 Mental Health First Aiders in the last two years to help support our employees. We've also signed the Tech Talent Charter, and are committed to driving greater inclusion and diversity in tech. This employer is a corporate member of myGwork - LGBTQ+ professionals, the business community for LGBTQ+ professionals, students, inclusive employers & anyone who believes in workplace equality.

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