Being a UX designer at Scott Logic Working in tight-knit teams to create brilliant user experiences

Being a UX designer at Scott Logic Being a UX designer at Scott Logic

Through a robust approach to research and exploration, and a strong collaborative design process, Scott Logic UX designers are playing an increasingly important role on all our client projects. All our designers are comfortable working across the full lifecycle of projects, from inception through to delivery, in cross-functional teams. If you enjoy bringing the voice of users to the table and solving complex problems there are opportunities to join our fast-growing team across our Edinburgh and London offices. Read more about our unique approach to user experience design.

Vacancies

View current UX vacancies

Lead UX designer

Lead UX designer Edinburgh / London

Are you ambitious and driven with visual flair, and a desire to create intuitive software interfaces that truly put the user first?

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Graduate UX designer

Graduate UX designer Edinburgh

Are you a driven undergraduate or postgraduate with visual flair, and a desire to create intuitive software interfaces that truly put the user first?

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Meet the
team

Meet some of our current UX team

Graham, Head of UX Design

“Scott Logic’s standout feature for me is working with smart, passionate people. They make my life hard in a good way by challenging me to be better.”

Graham, Head of UX Design

Tamara, Lead UX Designer, London

“Since joining Scott Logic I’ve been very proud to be part of an organisation that encourages the thirst for knowledge and facilitates knowledge sharing to allow professional growth. I’m proud to work with smart people who are extremely passionate about technology.”

Tamara, Lead UX Designer, London

Will, Senior UX Designer, Edinburgh

“I work on bespoke specialist products for intriguing, ambitious clients in a relaxed and supportive environment. With such complex briefs I appreciate the flexibility afforded to me at Scott Logic: I’m encouraged to use a wide variety of tools and processes to achieve the best outcome possible for both the end-user and business.”

Will, Senior UX Designer, Edinburgh
From the
blog

Change, presented two ways

Change, presented two ways

Inspired by a recent dot chart visualisation focusing on the change of a value in different circumstances, this blog post presents the same data visualised using a slopegraph and compares and contrasts the two forms.

Working with type: Sketch vs. Adobe Illustrator

Working with type: Sketch vs. Adobe Illustrator

People moving from Illustrator to Sketch might find that working with type in Sketch is a bit limiting compared to Illustrator. In this post, I go over the similarities and differences between the two tools when working with type.

Our work

Pragmatic solutions to complex challenges

From the redesign of intricate trading platforms to the integration of agile test processes, our consultants are always stretching themselves to deliver excellent results for our clients.

Read more about some of our recent work

Delivering a “tour de force” in trading technology

Delivering a “tour de force” in trading technology

Discover how Scott Logic’s HTML5 experts helped to build a multi-award winning trading platform for Danish FinTech company, Saxo Bank.

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“Scott Logic have helped us explore the art of the possible by redesigning our reporting solution in line with new regulation to make it not only intuitive, but a pleasure to use.”

“Scott Logic have helped us explore the art of the possible by redesigning our reporting solution in line with new regulation to make it not only intuitive, but a pleasure to use.”

Read about our work with NEX Regulatory Reporting

Let's talk

If you’d like to know more about UX roles at Scott Logic, we’d be happy to chat.

Drop an email to graham@scottlogic.com