UX Designer (DDCT)
Who you’ll be working with
The Digital Delivery Centre was set up in 2015 to support HMRC’s Digital by Default ambitions. Following the Agile methodology, the services that we deliver have the user’s needs at the forefront.
We have grown our capacity in the centre by almost 85% in 18 months, and we are now looking for the right candidates to support our future expansion plans.
The focus of your role
UX Designers work with user researchers and front end developers, designing in the browser, to deliver highly user focussed and successful services. UX designers produce design concepts for digital services, often working to very tight deadlines, and work with front end developers to implement those concepts.
What you’ll do
• Work as part of a multi-disciplinary team to deliver highly user focused and successful digital services;
• Produce design concepts for digital services, often working to very tight deadlines, and work with front end developers to implement those concepts;
• Work with user researchers to ensure all output, internal and external, is well designed and user focused;
• Design and create communication material ensuring all elements are well designed, consistent and user focused;
• Partner with colleagues to facilitate a consistent user experience, including by designing reusable elements of a digital service;
• Build relationships and work effectively within an agile delivery model with colleagues and external providers, for example user researchers and business analysts;
• Deliver high quality finished digital service designs that meet web standards and GDS/GOV.UK design principles, ensuring that elements such as accessibility are built into designs from the outset;
• Proactively seek new learning opportunities and look to continually improve by gaining feedback from your peers and the business;
• Communicate credibly with a wide range of digital delivery disciplines and talent both internally and externally.
What you’ll bring
The ideal candidate will have a love of the web and its possibilities, a passion for design and its history and an understanding of how form and function work together. You will proactively seek new learning opportunities and welcome constructive criticism of your work.
You should also have:
• Practical experience in designing interfaces and transaction flows for the web;
• Ability to prototype for the web & design in browser;
• A good basic understanding of web technologies and how they affect design, including accessibility;
• Experience of web and mobile application interface design. Core skills: sketching, design production, hand-coded HTML & CSS, rapid prototyping;
• Responsive web interactions design for mobile devices.
What we’ll offer you
Professional development. Accelerated career progression. An environment that encourages entrepreneurial spirit. It’s all on offer at Capgemini. And although collaboration is at the core of the way we work, we also recognise individual needs with a flexible benefits package you can tailor to suit you.
Why we’re different
At Capgemini, we help organisations across the world become more agile, more competitive and more successful. Smart, tailored, often-groundbreaking technical solutions to complex problems are the norm. But so, too, is a culture that’s as collaborative as it is forward thinking. Working closely with each other, and with our clients, we get under the skin of businesses and to the heart of their goals. You will too.
Capgemini is proud to represent nearly 130 nationalities and its cultural diversity. Our holistic definition of diversity extends beyond gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, disability, ethnicity, race, age and religion. Capgemini views diversity as everything that makes us who we are as an organization, including our social background, our experiences in life and work, our communication styles and even our personality. These dimensions contribute to the type of diversity we value the most: diversity of thought.