Product Design Engineer
London, United Kingdom Contract GamingRef: 122
Want to help people make smart choices online by creating industry-leading experiences? Our client is focussed on establishing trust with a global audience, helping people to have fun, and avoid the bad products. Their mission is to build the best online digital media company in online gaming.
They are looking for a Product Design Engineer on a 3 month contract basis. They have teams in London & Warsaw serving a rapidly growing network of over 100 websites across more than 50 countries. The company is building diverse, talented and high-performing teams including Software Development, UX & Design, Content, SEO, Conversion etc.
- Open to working remotely
- Developing systems, widgets & prototypes that will be used across a network of products
- Leveraging existing frameworks to speed up the design and development of products
- Partnering with cross-functional squads to define and deliver new features
- Building user-focussed products to sustain high quality of their network of websites
- Getting involved in the end to end design of websites and mobile experiences to delight their millions of users
- Using UX knowledge to enhance the user-journey of both new and existing key products
- Consistently operating with the highest levels of attention to detail
- Testing designs on multiple devices and ensuring browser compatibility
- Embracing user research and usability testing, to shape decisions
- Being an advocate for a Lean UX approach and rapid prototyping to quickly present and iterate ideas
You, the Product Design Engineer:
- Have the capability of weaving together strong design aesthetics with technical know-how.
- Full stack web development experience
- Experience with Vue.js or React (preference is Vue.js as that is what they use)
- Engineering and/or product design related experience
- Knowledge of modern technologies i.e. Tailwind CSS, Gatsby JS, Ruby on Rails, Figma
- Experience of creating Design Systems to improve consistency, usability and conversion around products