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UX/UI Designer 

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Blue Stag is on the hunt for a UX/UI Designer to join the herd. 

Somebody who loves to create beautiful, user-friendly websites that solve problems, inspire action and meet clients goals.

Somebody with a passion for all things digital and creating work that has a positive impact. A problem solver who can express their thought process and feels confident presenting creative solutions. 

Does that sound like you? Then read on, my creative friend. 

You will work closely with our clients to understand their brand, goals and stakeholders.

From there, you will create site maps, wireframes and prototypes before moving on to designing websites optimised for all devices.

As an integral part of our digital team, you’ll be working alongside project managers, copywriters and website developers.

Main responsibilities

  • Create beautiful and user-friendly website designs that work as well on a mobile as they do on a desktop
  • Design site maps, wireframes and prototypes
  • Collaborate with the development team to ensure website functionality and performance
  • Develop website graphics, animations and other multimedia elements
  • Stay up-to-date with design trends, new technologies and best practices
  • Communicate with clients to understand their website design requirements and preferences
  • Interpret user research from workshops and surveys to make recommendations and support design decisions
  • Provide regular website design updates and recommendations to clients
  • Manage multiple projects simultaneously, ensuring all deadlines are met
  • Perform website usability testing to ensure a positive user experience

The essentials 

  • Bachelor’s degree in graphic design, human-computer interaction or a related field
  • Proficient in design tools such as Sketch, Figma or Adobe Creative Suite
  • Strong understanding of user-centred design principles and practices
  • Experience designing for web, mobile and other digital platforms
  • Ability to conduct user research and usability testing
  • Excellent communication and collaboration skills
  • Strong problem-solving and critical-thinking skills

Desirable but not essential

  • Experience working in Agile/Scrum development environments 
  • Experience with motion graphics and animation
  • Experience with A/B testing and data-driven design
  • Experience with Google Analytics and goal tracking
  • Coding experience (HTML and PHP)
  • Welsh speaker

And in return

  • £27,500 – £32,500, depending on experience
  • 30 days’ holiday each year
  • Flexitime working
  • Courses and learning opportunities (£1000 per year)
  • Regular social events
  • Cycle to work scheme
  • Gym membership
  • Access to staff well-being support


To apply, please send your CV and portfolio (a link is fine) to Dan, our Creative Director, at

Diversity is important to us

Diversity makes us better at what we do.

We’re an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all suitably qualified people regardless of age, race, sex, disability, religion, belief, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status or family circumstances.


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£27,500 – £32,500 depending on experience
Dan Sargent

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