We're looking for UX designers & analysts from graduate to expert level to help us build great products for our customers and ensure that our ingeniously simple user experience remains a major competitive advantage.
Enjoy an environment where UX is respected by everyone
Management, development and commercial teams alike see UX as critical to the success of our products and improving the lives of our users. We genuinely care about designing and building a great user experience.
Be part of a permanent long-standing UX community
Our UX team cover a range of skills including visual design, interaction design, and user research. We respect each other’s skillsets, preferences, and strengths, and collaborate as a team to solve really tricky usability challenges. We share, learn, pair, support, and celebrate together.
Have space and support to learn and share
There’s always someone you can share with and learn from. We’ve got a really diverse set of skills that we work hard to support each other with. You’ll be stretching your skills constantly, but we’ll help you do that either within the team or in the wider UX community.
Join a company where UX is a core role in our teams
Our UX staff are part of both product teams and internal projects, but we like to be flexible. Some of us embed long-term as full-time members of our development teams, others move between teams based on the demand for our skills. We work and adjust to the needs of our customers, projects, and ourselves.
Work in a team that understands UX isn’t just pretty pictures
We need your interaction design, usability and analytical skills to help us develop a deep understanding of our users’ goals, needs, and problems (and then help address them). If you have great visual design abilities, we’ll gladly use those too!
Help users understand and solve challenging technical problems with ease
We present complex technical information and processes in simple, readable, and enjoyable ways. It’s quite a challenge but our users really appreciate the results.
Develop tools for developers, with developers
Work collaboratively with developers, technical writers, and product managers to define the user experience. Take a lead in identifying key user needs, prototyping new features, running usability tests, and iterating designs based on feedback from the rest of the team and from real users.
We’re private, profitable, and most of all human
We can offer a truly enjoyable challenge in a distinctly non-corporate environment where you’re encouraged to learn and develop your full range of skills whilst working on real, valuable, commercial products.
These things are extras - "nice-to-haves". If you don’t have them but still think you’d be great here, don’t be put off applying (we know how rare good UX people are)!
We’re currently experimenting with the idea of setting up a term-time team. If you’re interested in the above role and like the idea of working term time only, send us an email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can also read our blog to find out more about Redgate’s search for a term-time team.
This is our typical recruitment process, though for some roles it might be a bit different.
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