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    • London
    • £50000 - £57500 per annum
    • Posted 23 days ago

    UX Designer / User Experience Designer, with UX design on interaction design digital products, is required for a leading organisation in a fully home based role (London based office). This position will be flexible on pay, ranging between £50,000 - £57,500, depending upon background and experienc...

    • Portsmouth
    • £45000 - £60000 per annum
    • Posted 29 days ago

    Lead Designer If I can't find the checkout button when I'm ready to purchase - I will shop elsewhere If I can't find what I'm looking for on your website - I will check with your competitors If there are too many processes to undertake one simple task in your app….Forget it! What do these problem...

    • Portsmouth
    • £30000 - £36000 per annum
    • Posted about 1 month ago

    Digital Project Managers…. Trust me when I say this is an opportunity of a lifetime! 👀 👀 Here is a chance to work with a well established and fastest growing digital agencies with an impressive list of client brands - ranging from high st shops to international chain restaurants. Are you bored wo...

    • Brighton
    • £28000 - £35000 per annum
    • Posted about 2 months ago

    Do you love Digital Marketing but feel you've hit the peak of your growth? Delivering the same of campaigns, for the same old industry with very little variety? Would you like to work somewhere your Paid Media skills are recognised and used to make a positive impact for a range of clients and cam...

    • Brighton
    • £35000 - £45000 per annum
    • Posted about 2 months ago

    You're at a point in your career - where you know you're making a positive impact with your Paid Media skills? You've seen the highs and lows of digital marketing - and the results you bring to the table! You're now ready to step up into a leadership level - and mentor junior executives in the bu...

    • Portsmouth
    • £30000 - £40000 per annum
    • Posted about 2 months ago

    Every business needs a website. The first thing I do if reviewing a new company, is to check the quality of their website and read the google reviews. Call me judgemental - but if the website looks like clunky and poor quality - it speaks volumes about the business and the quality of their servic...

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