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UX/UI Accessibility Specialist

Job in London, United Kingdom

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ASOS is one of the UK’s top fashion and beauty destinations, expanding globally at a rapid pace. Our values are to be authentic, brave and creative, and we live and breathe these in everything we do.

We believe fashion can make you look, feel and be your best and, with technology in our DNA, we deliver the latest trends to our digital-obsessed 20-something market. Our award winning Tech teams sit at the heart of our business. We deliver technical innovation and pioneer incredible solutions, which are crucial to our continued success. We’re extremely ambitious and thrive on the individuality of our amazing employees. Our values encompass everything needed for our tech people to be the thought leaders of tomorrow.

ASOS Technology is going through an exciting period of transition and major investment – this includes a number of strategic programmes to deliver the amazing technology and business solutions to support our ambitious global growth plans. At the heart of these plans is the rebuilding of our digital platforms and channels to provide the best shopping experience for our customers. Our plan is designed to enable us to really put our mobile experience first, enable personalisation and support a data driven organisation. We are also making significant investments in all our Buying, Merchandising, Finance and People systems with the latest toolsets and applications to accelerate the next phase of our global growth. We are also improving our ways of working within Technology to enable autonomous platform development and improve our engineering and agile practices.


  • Speaking for accessibility and inclusive digital design at ASOS
  • Working with the existing accessibility champions to define best practice in this area
  • Liaising with key senior stakeholders to understand ASOS objectives and promote an inclusive design agenda
  • Engaging with external communities and groups to bring best practice into ASOS
  • Setting up research sessions and user testing sessions to explore our prototypes and live design from an inclusive design perspective
  • Helping define the practice for developers to audit and improve their own work
  • Running workshops for both the UXUI team and developers to identify and solve accessibility issues around their deliverables
  • Understanding all new access technologies in common use and bringing other ASOSers up to speed
  • Helping define accessibility guidelines for new areas including AR, interactive videos and voice.


  • Preferably digital eCommerce experience, and preferably with a portion of that in-house
  • A suitable graduate or post-graduate qualification
  • An excellent portfolio of inclusive research and design practice
  • Able to inspire colleagues and the wider business with working practices or ideas
  • Excellent stakeholder management skills
  • Experience of producing data mappings from source to target (Nice to have)

What’s in it for you…

•            Generous salary, bonus and pension matching.

•            Great development programmes.

•            Amazing offices and great culture.

•            25 days holiday plus one extra day for your birthday.

•            Subsidised gym and canteen.

•            Huge staff discount and regular sample sales.

•            Life Insurance, medical care, cycle to work scheme.

•            And tons more…

About ASOS
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At ASOS our 2,000+ employees are immersed in the creative worlds, live on their mobiles and have a truly entrepreneurial attitude. As a company, we’re not trying to mimic or profit from youth culture – we are part of that culture.
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