Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) User Interface Designer yearly salaries in the United Kingdom

Salary estimated from 7 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed in the past 36 months. Last updated: 24 November 2018
Average salary
£50,425 per year
27% Above national average
  • Most Reported
£18,000
£99,000
Salary Distribution
Job openings matching User Interface Designer in Department for Work and Pensions (DWP)
  • 6690 – Interaction Designer

    Leeds
    Be able to write for user interfaces. User experience analysis - level 4. Work with product owners, other designers, user researchers, business analysts and...
    30+ days ago
  • 8025 – Software Engineering to Digital

    Sheffield
    Understanding User Stories –Inputs into analytical approaches to understand the user story under guidance. User Focus - Attends user research sessions and is...
    30+ days ago
  • 8026 – Software Engineering

    Sheffield
    Understanding User Stories –Inputs into analytical approaches to understand the user story under guidance. User Focus - Attends user research sessions and is...
    30+ days ago
  • 6696 - Software Engineer

    Newcastle upon Tyne
    Understanding User Stories Inputs into analytical approaches to understand the user story under guidance. User Focus - Attends user research sessions and is...
    30+ days ago
More Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) Information Design & Documentation salariesAverage SalarySalary Distribution
9 salaries reported
£56,634 per year
  • Most Reported
£13,000
£119,000
28 salaries reported
£51,393 per year
£13,000
£119,000
5 salaries reported
£34,603 per year
£13,000
£119,000
5 salaries reported
£56,004 per year
£13,000
£119,000
11 salaries reported
£39,534 per year
£13,000
£119,000