Salary: £40,000 - £70,000 per year dependant on exp. Location: Greater London,Central London Job Type: Permanent
A Forbes Top 25 startup is looking for a UX Designer to join their interaction design team!
My tech Client is on a mission to accelerate their understanding of the natural world through 'machine vision' by enabling any device to gain the sense of sight. In order to do so, they must enable vision AI to be easily trained and deployed at scale, and deeply integrated into meaningful industries.
Their aim: to make deep learning easier and more accessible to use, so that any business can implement state of the art AI from a single platform, without requiring a team of machine learning scientists.
Their vision: to be the leading platform for a new breed of software ushered by deep learning.
The company focuses on vision, as it is the most difficult domain to solve via traditional software, and the most unstructured form of data to understand with neural networks.
Right now, a third of their data is used in the healthcare industry, other sectors include manufacturing and animal welfare.
By 2030, every technology company in the world will need a platform like this one to thrive in a world of living software.
Here's some examples of the features you will design:
A dynamic visual workflow to stream data in between tasks.
A tool to deploy snippets of code into an image in order to transform its annotations.
A tool to automatically detect objects and classify them.
A system to re-shape the front-end of our workview to assist with domain specific tasks, such as viewing medical images or paper documents.
Windows to import and export data that assists the user with format incompatibilities, progress, and conflicts that may emerge.
- Previous experience in designing highly interactive software
- Experience with UI design and interactive design
- An understanding of web front end development and its limitations
- Strong portfolio of UX design projects
- A curious, scientific mind
The ideal candidate has a history of keeping up with UI and interaction trends, and cares about developing a deep understanding of the product and its usability. A UX designer at our client is more focused on how good something "feels" more than how good something "looks". We are looking for someone who thinks about features macroscopically, across breakpoints and window stages, and who understands the performance constraints of modern applications.
Hit apply now if this sounds like a role for you!