A Group. About Usability. In Bristol.
We are on the lookout for a talented and passionate individual to build, develop and lead a growing User Experience team.
UX is an essential part of e3 and a key area of growth for us throughout 2012. Whilst UX is already an established discipline within the agency we’ll be looking for you to define the strategy for its growth and deliver against that. But it’s not all down to you - we’re committed to making a significant investment in you, your vision…Continue
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Proctor and Stevenson are recruiting for an experienced PHP/Drupal Web Developer with approximately three plus years as a web site developer and at least two years experience using PHP, to work on a variety of internet, intranet and multimedia projects. Please click here http://www.proctors.co.uk/about-us/careers for more information.
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User Experience (UX) Architect
About the role
As a User Experience (UX) Architect working with my financial services client based in Bristol. Working as part of a team of 8, the user experience architect will be able to independently run projects as well as work as part of a wider team to…Continue
Added by Ryan Ollerenshaw on September 4, 2012 at 19:35 — No Comments
User Experience (UX) Manager
About the role
As a User Experience Manager, you take take a lead role in managing a team of 8 user experience professionals (up to 10 when freelance resource is required). Taking the lead user…Continue
Added by Ryan Ollerenshaw on September 4, 2012 at 19:30 — No Comments
I'm a Senior UX Consultant thinking of relocating to the South West, probably around Weston Super Mare, and was wondering if the Permanent UX market in Bristol is mature enough to support me and my family, whether I'd be better off Freelancing or even whether I should just continue to commute/stay-over in London.
I work out of London and the Midlands, so I'm expecting some salary drop - especially going from Freelance to Perm - because let's face it…Continue