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UX Designer

  • Job
    Mid Level
  • Design
  • London

AI generated summary

  • You need 3+ years UX design experience, mobile-first design skills, A/B testing knowledge, and strong communication for our fast-paced team.
  • You will enhance web experience, optimize customer journey, deliver A/B testing road map, analyse user behaviour, create wireframes/prototypes, implement designs, and stay updated on industry trends.


  • 3+ years of experience in UX design
  • Experience working end-to-end on design processes with mobile first and responsive web design
  • Proficient in UX and UI design principles and best practices.
  • Experience of A/B and MVT testing methodologies
  • Collaborative, ambitious and a great communicator
  • Thrives in a fast-paced environment
  • Knowledge of Figma (or similar), Monetate, Amplience, Hotjar, beneficial but not essential


  • Work closely with the eCommerce Operations manager to identify areas to enhance the web experience and optimize the customer journey to create seamless and personalised user experiences across all devices and traffic sources.
  • Collaboratively deliver the A/B testing road map beside the CRO Developer. Developing hypotheses, communicate them effectively along with solution proposals to be tested to provide actionable insights.
  • Use analytical reporting, competitive analysis, user research and A/B testing to analyse user behaviour to inspire design decisions with a data-driven approach.
  • Deliver detailed wireframes, user flows and prototypes to communicate design requirements as easily and accurate as possible to the wider development team.
  • Support Product Manager, working with the development partner(s) on the implementation process of designs, review builds and provide feedback to ensure the final product meets your design expectations.
  • Keep up to date with industry trends in UX and UI design, sharing best practices and advising on these trends.


What is the main responsibility of a UX Designer in this role?

The main responsibility of a UX Designer in this role is to create and deliver an exceptional customer journey using information design to inform the creative treatments for the site.

Who will the UX Designer in this role report to?

The UX Designer in this role will report to the eCommerce Operations Manager.

What departments will the UX Designer collaborate with in this role?

The UX Designer in this role will collaborate closely with the Development and Brand departments, as well as the e-Commerce team.

What skills are necessary for the UX Designer in this role?

The UX Designer in this role will need to have a creative eye, be insight and data driven, as well as have an understanding of customer psychology. Passion for improving the online customer experience is also crucial.

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Mission & Purpose

White Stuff is a multi-channel brand with a strong heritage and values. Established in 1985 we have now grown to over 130 shops and concessions in the UK and internationally, selling women’s, men’s and children’s clothing as well as beautiful accessories and home ware. Our original prints, intricate details and considered design touches reflect our personality and make us subtly distinctive. We’re a sociable, talented and like-minded bunch here at White Stuff, proud to be part of such a great brand, and passionate about our customers. We believe people are at the heart of our business, so we’re committed to building and sustaining a sense of community and togetherness, where everyone feels like they’re part of something special. Growing at White Stuff: We want to make sure there are numerous opportunities for our people to learn and grow. Our focus is enabling our people to develop personally and professionally through a combination of great conversations with your manager, supportive tools, and both internal and external training that supplements learning within your role. Benefits and Perks: At White Stuff we are a supportive family. We pride ourselves on working together to grow and evolve in a creative environment that’s so much more than just a place to work. Our surroundings matter, as do our values, that’s why we offer colleague discount on our lovely products, social events to bring everyone together and volunteering days to help our teams support what matters to them. Doing Good Stuff: We’re dependable sorts at White Stuff, we want to make a meaningful difference to the world around us. It’s not just words, we’ve made some solid commitments to improve the world we live in. From our charity partners and our people, to our supply chain and our environment, doing good stuff runs through the heart of everything we do.