UX/UI Designer - Infotainment Tribe

Job Added: 14 February 2020
Applications Close: 15 March 2020
Level: Mid-Weight
Contract: Full Time
Based: London
Salary: £45,000 to £55,000
Website: vodafone.com
Twitter: @vodafoneuk

As a UX/UI Designer, you are an integral part of product development. You love solving problems, are willing to embrace the unknown and able to work within distributed and cross-functional teams. You are part of a dedicated team committed to producing world-class digital products and services. You share our passion for user centric design and drive to experiment and innovate.

You will be part of one or multiple product development squads, responsible for building engaging products. You have experience working within agile teams and driving forward product goals and metrics. You continuously search for improvements and work with your team to implement them. You should be able to own and deliver UX concepts in squads – user personas, storyboards, customer journey maps, user flows, wireframes and interaction design.

This position is within the Infotainment product area. The Infotainment product area in Vodafone enables cutting-edge experiences for our customers by executing strategic external partnerships and developing customer-facing products launched across Vodafone Operating Companies (Countries). The products span areas of Digital Discovery and Distribution, Notifications, Identity, Charging and Offer Provisioning across all Vodafone consumer offerings – Mobile, Broadband/fixed and TV.

Key Accountabilities:

  • Responsible for design experience working with Product Owners and other squad members towards product goals
  • Be the user and design expert in product squads, delivering high quality product design, championing Vodafone Brand guidelines and follow design principles
  • Create comprehensive UX/UI concepts covering personas, storyboards, customer journey maps, user flows, wireframes and interaction design
  • Collaborate with research teams to utilise a variety of testing techniques to inform and validate design direction
  • Ensure consistency in design across Vodafone products by working with peers in other squads
  • Be part of the product development team, designing high quality user interfaces and experiences
  • Responsible for visual design experience working with UE designers, Product Owners and other squad members towards product goals
  • Develop visual screen options and prototypes to be tested with customers
  • Design and develop visual design patterns, visual systems, and other standards to contribute to Source (Vodafone’s Design System)

Core Competencies:

  • At least five years’ experience in app or web products, UX/UI design and at least one year experience in a technology product or service development environment, working within agile teams
  • Able to work effectively in a cross-functional agile team in a fast-moving environment Must be able to balance priorities, respond positively to change and work with geographically distributed team members
  • Familiar in designing mobile phone apps (Android and iOS) and web-based services
  • Must have a user-centric approach to design, incorporating insights from research and product analytics into the design
  • Experience with conducting user testing and considering product analytics to drive design
  • Strong communication skills and the ability to present ideas and concepts to Product Managers and other stakeholders


  • Candidates must have a University degree or equivalent qualification in graphic design, fine art, digital media, product design, industrial design or equivalent and an excellent portfolio to demonstrate their design skills

How to apply

Email a link to your portfolio with examples of work you are most proud of.

Share the links, your CV and a covering email outlining your current situation to [email protected] with the subject title: IfYouCouldJobs - UX/UI Designer Infotainment

From there, the team will review and invite suitable candidates for interview.

All applications will be treated in utmost confidence.