Applications for the 2013 BBC Design Trainee Scheme are now closed. For latest information and to find out when you can apply for next year’s scheme, please visit BBC Trainee Schemes or follow @BBCTrainees.
The BBC Design Trainee Scheme supports the development of new entrant design skills. BBC Design Trainees represent some of the best new design talent in broadcasting. Past Trainees have achieved successful careers with the BBC and wider industry.
BBC User Experience and Design (UX&D) is an innovative and supportive community of user experience designers, and this position offers experience in the UX&D department.
BBC UX&D teams design the look and feel, user interface and domain structures of the BBC's web and mobile sites, as well as the applications that inhabit them. Our approach is one that follows the principles of User Centred Design or UCD.
We make sure we know who we’re designing for with regular user research, working with technical and editorial teams to make products that touch the lives of everyone in the UK. We combine this with our own instincts to make creative leaps into delightful products.
As a Trainee, you will have the opportunity to work on a wide range of projects with experienced professionals and learn new skills.
You are inspired by original products and have the confidence to work quickly under pressure. You will be flexible and keen to take on new challenges, and must enjoy team work. You have talent, potential, passion, and the creativity, drive and dedication to succeed.
In order to be considered for the Design Trainee Scheme, you must submit a portfolio of work appropriate to interactive design.
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