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  • UX Designer - Berlin, Germany - EUR 55,000 - EUR 90,000


  • Permanent

  • Location

    Baden- Wurttemberg

  • Salary

    €55K - €90K

UX Designer - Berlin, Germany - EUR 55,000 - EUR 90,000, Baden- Wurttemberg, IT, €55K - €90K

UX Designer - Berlin, Germany - EUR 55,000 - EUR 90,000

We are working with a world-famous company who has greately shaped the e-commerce industry. Working there would mean taking part in enterprise applications with multimillion EUR implementations.


* You will be solving a real world problem - you will be working on a highly demanding market leading product.
* Our client will let YOU do YOUR job - this means you will be given the opportunity to define the process.
* You will be expected to perform usability tests and to analyse how your work translates into better sales.
* You will work directly with senior managers to shape ideas and create prototypes.
* You will communicate directly with your users. This includes organising and conducting monthly user studies to validate product concepts.


* Professional experience in the areas of User Experience, Information Architecture and Digital Services.
* Being creative and open to the latest web design and user experience patterns.
* Understanding of interaction, strong empathy for user and customer needs.
* Ability to translate ideas into sophisticated and innovative concepts and to elaborate those in detail.
* Enthusiasm for strategic communication on the Internet and in the art trade market.
* Good command of English.

UX Designer - Berlin, Germany - EUR 55,000 - EUR 90,000

Annapurna IT is acting as a recruitment consultant with regards to the UX Designer role. If this role sounds of interest please e-mail or call us on 00 49 8957959417 for further information.

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