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User Experience Designer

Ingeniously simple user experience is Red Gate's best competitive advantage. We're looking for experienced designers to make sure our products are as easy to use as possible.

Right now, our database delivery team is looking for a designer to create a new suite of tools for database administrators and make continuous integration of SQL Server databases easy. The aim is to make our individual tools work better as a coherent suite. In time, we are likely to move from desktop apps and WinForms to HTML 5, as we did with Source Control for Oracle.

It's early days for the project, and there's still a lot to discover — it's like working for a start-up without the risks.

You'll work with developers, technical authors, and product managers to define the user experience. You'll be responsible for identifying key user needs, prototyping new features, running usability tests, and iterating your designs based on feedback from the team and real users. In this role, designing the right interaction is more important than pretty pixels. You'll be the team's sole designer, so you'll need to be confident enough to push for great user experience while accommodating the team's other priorities.

We want to help our users solve their problems. If you can help us, we want to hear from you. To get a taste of what it's like being a User Experience Designer at Red Gate, check out our UX blog.

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