Posted on 18 May 2017
UX Designer at GoodhoodGoodhood has a desire to be a disruptive force in the generic E commerce market. We are looking for an ambitious individual that understand how the unique balance between luxury fashion commerce and disruptive design to be able to implement meaningful development programmes that help Goodhood achieve it’s broader business and cultural goals.. We are looking for a UX specialist to implement future development improvements to Goodhood’s custom built E commerce platform. Working with a team of 5 and reporting to Goodhood directors who are from a design background the role requires a methodical thinker who is a proven self starter. The role is based at Goodhood’s head office, a town house based in the heart of Shoreditch, where all Goodhood’s operational tasks are undertaken.
- Managing and introducing new functionality to the Goodhood digital platform
- Lead A/B testing of new features
- Work with external parties to deliver Goodhood developmental goals
- Be able to analyse efficiency in prioritising and help plan Goodhood strategic improvements
- Conduct thorough research of user flow to propose efficient development plans
- Work closely and on a technical level with Goodhood developer
- Integrate and optimise new technologies
The Ideal Candidate:
- Ability to develop wireframe models and work into Goodhood’s test site.
- Understanding of implementation that has positive effects on engagement and E-commerce conversion rates
- Attention to detail and pragmatical analytical skills to deliver constant improvements to UX
- Understand the importance of brand design and how precise aesthetics relate to this balanced with functional design
Started in 2007 Goodhood is an award winning multi brand retailer selling over 200 brands across menswear, womenswear, lifestyle and cosmetics.
Our aim is to cultivate our unique vision of effortless life style and redefine the idea of luxury living. Our curational buying ensures every product has a story and relevance to our ethos. We actively aim to create a culturally relevant experience influenced by the flow of culture rather than the trends of the fashion industry.