The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) is a world leader in global business intelligence. We help businesses, the financial sector and governments to understand how the world is changing and how that creates opportunities to be seized and risks to be managed.
At our heart is a 50 year forward look, a global forecast of the majority of the world’s economies, we seek to analyse the future and deliver that insight through multiple channels and insights, allowing our clients to take better trading, investment and policy decisions.
We are a highly collaborative team of Product Designers, Product Managers and Engineers with a focus on creating customer and business value driven by great content and great product experiences. We are looking for a senior product designer to help us transform the digital product experience of our subscription information service.
Being passionate about design, our users and our products. Be the go-to expert on UX, UI and the user; their needs, behaviours, experiences and pain points, knowing where to focus to most effectively improve our end-to end product experience. We’re transforming our digital offering, both improving and creating new products. You’ll design the digital experience for a portfolio of products and services, from inception to delivery, working collaboratively with other Designers, Product Managers, Researchers and Engineers.
A supporting, established performer who has some experience of product launches, with strong communication skills, a good understanding of the end-to-end process, and the ability to work independently.
Senior product designer:
A high-level performer that can build and maintain strong relationships cross functionally and with stakeholders. They have the ability to lead and take ownership of large projects, with experience of launching multiple products. They assume responsibility for design quality for their product team, and collaborate with their team to define roadmaps and goals.
How you will contribute:
The ideal skills for this role:
Don’t feel you have to tick every box, the ‘perfect candidate’ doesn’t exist. If you think you can do most of what we are looking for, you could be exactly what we need!
To succeed in this role it would be an advantage if you: