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Freelance Product Designer

Freelance Product Designer

Posted 17 April by Salt Search
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Title : Freelance Senior UX/ UI Product Designer

Start : Wednesday 24th April

Length : 3-6 months (with a very good chance of extending into a rolling booking to 8 months)

Day rate : £400 per day (maximum)

In-house/ Remote: Hybrid working - 5 days a week: 1-day in-house with the other 4 days remote per week (there is flexibility here)

IR35 : Outside IR35

Client : Real Estate

Location : Southwark

So this client is looking for one awesome product designer, think slick, creative UI Design, colour, minimalist, pop, bold, impact design.

They might work in real estate but don't be fooled into thinking they settle for traditional corporate work, oh no, they are looking for, dare I say the word, a disruptive designer!

Also, someone who is heavy on the UX side too. Sound like you?


- 50% UX + 50% UI.

- Ideally, you will have large-scale re-brand experience.

- Understanding and knowing the persona you are designing this for and making decisions on that basis, considering the user's needs.

- Have a proven track record in delivering complex experiences (eCommerce, product builders, marketplaces, etc.).

- Product configurators + customisation with ECommerce e.g., a customisation tool or a car configurator.

- You will need to be very entrepreneurial and autonomous.

- Looking at aspects of the marketplace.

- More of the back end (not coding).

- What sellers would be interacting with?

- Essential to have experience with complex design and showcase this in your work.

- Looking at how to work with the Design Systems.

- Information Architecture experience.

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Reference: 52493979

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