Posted 11 days ago

UX Design Researcher HCI

London, Greater London | £55,000 - £70,000 per yearManaged by: UIUX Team

UX Design Researcher (HCI) *Hybrid WFH* to £70k

Do you have a strong knowledge of User Experience / UX, able to champion the customer through quantitative and qualitative data research?

You could be joining a global games software house in a role that will allow you to have influence and continually develop your skills.

Your day to day:

As a UX Design Researcher you will lead the UX research for your team; defining, planning and conducting user research (e.g. customer surveys, usability tests, interviews) to inform design decisions for various products and experiences, identifying areas for research and the best approach to gain valuable insights.

You'll collaborate with the design team, product managers and software engineers to prioritise user research requirements and incorporate complex business and technical requirements.

WFH Policy:

You'll be based in awesome offices in Central London with a wide range of facilities for 2 days a week with flexibility to work from home the other 3 days.


  • You have experience as a UX Researcher in a customer focussed environment
  • You're experienced with remote and face to face research with experience of working with qualitative research methods
  • You're able to plan, scope, conduct, research and communicate research findings
  • You're also familiar with quantitative research methods, comfortable with metrics and A/B tests and can synthesise quantitative data with qualitative user research
  • You have excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • You're degree educated in a relevant discipline e.g. Human Computer Interaction, Psychology, Social Science

Salary & benefits:

As a UX Design Researcher you will earn a competitive salary (to £70k) plus bonus and a range of perks and benefits from personalised training budgets, through to pension, healthcare, various wellness experiences, volunteer days and much more.

Apply now or call to find out more about this UX Design Researcher (HCI) opportunity.

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