Futureheads

UX & Service Design

With over 50 years’ combined experience in the team, we’re experts in all things UX and Service Design. 

Today, our network includes UX consultants, UX designers, interaction designers, information architects, user researchers, service designers, strategic designers and design researchers. 

When you consider the team’s remarkable knowledge of the digital sector, it is not difficult to see why Futureheads is the number one choice for Electronic Ink in the UK.

Julian Hirst
Director of Operations
Electronic Ink (UK) Ltd

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I have returned to Futureheads again and again. The team’s collective experience, extensive knowledge of skillsets, and wealth of contacts mean they take all the hard work off your hands.

Angela Battrick
Creative Services Manager
VML

Latest news and views

UX Salary Bench-marking 2017

Happy new year, folks! As the market begins to pick back up, we thought it would be useful to provide our take on salaries and day rates across permanent and contract work in the ux job market. 

Creative networking events in London in 2017

I love to discover – and coming from a background in Graphic Arts and Design, I believe London is the perfect place to discover the most creative opportunities. Joining Futureheads has given me the chance to talk to creatives and learn more about the wonderful community of digital arts and design. So, I'm starting 2017 with a list of creative events that I'd like to go to.

Do User Researchers need a portfolio?

In the past 18 months, we have seen the demand for user researchers explode and it is great to see businesses finally take this part of the design life cycle seriously. The contract market has become a very lucrative place for researchers. This is partly down to the government sector paying attractive day rates but this has snowballed into other industries as well as impacting the permanent market. In the past five years, research has always played second fiddle to the more recognised UX Architect role but now they are on a level playing field, if not slightly edging it. One question we are continuously asked is "how do I showcase my projects and do I need to be creating a portfolio?"

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