London, United Kingdom

User Experience Designer (the UK)

UNIT9 is on a mission to bring innovation to the built environment and ease the process for the adoption of sustainable and smart solutions. We have been awarded public funding and created a consortium of international organisations who will help us in this task.

We are a collection of companies with a single vision: to unlock the potential of immersive technology to take key decisions during the construction project process. Our communal effort will contribute to introducing efficiency, less travelling on-site and more accurate decision making tools.

Would you be interested in joining us to help achieve this?

Where will I be working?
The User Experience Designer will work closely with Product and Tech leadership along with a wide array of stakeholders across the organisation.


What will I be doing?
The User Experience Designer will be working on designing and providing strategic guidance for the product value proposition, defining the content, process and functionalities that will create the virtuous circle between customers needs and product offer and roadmap.


These broadly will be your responsibilities:
-Support interviewing potential customers and stakeholders, identify and create personas based on research and available data
-Identify potential customer profiles: jobs, pains, gains
-Identify the value maps for potential customers: products and services, pain relievers, gain creators
-Find fits between customer profiles and value map, define the value proposition
-Define priorities in the value proposition
-Describe user journeys
-Define how user journeys are translated into product functionalities
-Translate functionalities into a product strategy roadmap, with usable wireframes, sketches and prototypes where applicable
-Determine the information architecture needed to organise knowledge for the value proposition and create ontologies and sitemaps where applicable
-Conduct usability testing on the artefacts created by the team

Do I have what it takes?
You will need:

-Several years designing and documenting user experiences for web and mobile applications in a Lean and Agile manner
-Strong commercial experience with information architecture, content strategy, user experience, research, usability testing
-Expert understanding of information architecture, workflows concept development and interaction design
-Strong portfolio of previous work including UX deliverables such as Value proposition canvases, personas, wireframes, prototypes, storyboards, user journeys, sketches and more
-Experience creating compelling digital experiences that drive business results
-Experience understanding complex organisational structures and processes
-Experience taking a digital product or service from concept to launch and beyond
-Prototyping and wireframe creation tools such as Figma, Sketch and Miro
-Comfort in presenting ideas and backing up with rationale
-An entrepreneurial interest and business sense

This needs combining with a positive attitude and an ability to work within a large, globally dispersed project team in a multicultural environment. You also need to be a self-starter, a logical thinker and a quick learner, with strong initiative and excellent communication, interpersonal and presentation skills, able to write clearly and concisely.
What we offer:
-A very strong engineering culture that’s all about empowerment and ownership
-Flexible working hours
-Lots lots more!

We’re keen to meet people with varied backgrounds: the more inclusive we are the better our work will be. We want to build a team which represents a variety of backgrounds, perspectives, and skills, and we decide employment on the basis of merit and potential.

We understand some people may not apply to jobs unless they tick every box. If you’re excited about joining us and think you have much of what we’re looking for, even if you’re not 100% sure… we’d love to hear from you



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