We're not drawing paintings - we're creating meaningful digital interactions. That’s why we need an experienced UX/UI designer. One with an attitude. One that knows what a good interface looks like.
Who are we looking for?
For starters, the best way to meet some expectations is by making a list. Here’s what we expect from you:
- 2+ years of experience
- Expertise in designing alluring and intuitive user experiences for a wide range of devices and interfaces
- Know how to determine the information architecture of a digital product
- Strong sense of which design elements will increase user interactions
- Advanced communication skills, problem-solving skills, and ability to discuss design options
- Experience in working with developers, designers, and project managers
- Exceptional attention to detail (the devil is in the details)
- Figma power-user
- BSc in design, digital media or other relevant fields
- Animation / motion design
- Experience in conducting workshops
- Good conceptualizing
- Experience in creating interesting brands (branding)
- A delicate sense of humour (or at least master of bad jokes that are cringeworthy)
What's in it for you
A lot. Steady job in a company many people would like to work at. An opportunity to grow as high as a kite. Or at least as high as your skills and “I want more” take you. A team of people like you’ve never seen before. It’s amazing to be Human.
What about an office ping pong table?
Yes, we are fully aware that is not a thing anymore. Feel free to imagine we don't have one.
But there is a list of things we do promise and it's not too shabby. Here we go:
- flexible hours, flexible location
- a paycheck that defines itself based on what you bring to the table
- extra off-days for the virtuous few
- career switching possibilities
- paid overtime (hard currency or equivalent in days off)
- pet-friendly office (as long as you clean poop)
- no open office spaces
- opportunity to work on digital products used by many, maaaaany people
- after-work social clubbing down in our cosy basement (optional if you're an introvert, that's fine too)
- work equipment (this you knew was coming), with ample beer in the fridge (this you did not)
This list could have been three times longer, but who cares about fresh fruit in the office. It's more important that you can design your paycheck and your working hours, and that's something we can guarantee to you.
And no. You will not get a Tesla for your birthday. Yet.