Are you passionate about making designs that people can experience and interact with?

We believe in teamwork, fun, and simple solutions to complex problems. We’re looking for a likeminded Senior UX Designer with the experience, passion, and kick-ass skills to help us rid the world of crappy design.

You like to...

  • Scope, plan, and lead multidisciplinary projects with a global team of designers.
  • Solve complex problems and create design systems and interfaces that work across platforms and devices.
  • Conduct user research to identify key insights and opportunity spaces, transforming them into powerful concepts and designs for implementation.
  • Create appealing elegant wireframes, storyboards, user flows, design prototypes, and UI specifications that not only impress and inform but are also scalable.
  • Create compelling, strategically-driven design work from pitch to service or product.
  • Stay updated on the latest developments, trends and, thinking within design and technology, and share your knowledge and thoughts with the project team.
  • Share knowledge on design methods, tools, and trends with the rest of your colleagues.

We would like you to be...

  • A strategic thinker who's creatively driven and excited by design and technology alike.
  • Extensively experienced in creating and delivering best-in-class customer experiences.
  • Confident leading and working in multidisciplinary teams of designers, researchers, and technologists and comfortable navigating agile production environments.
  • Comfortable being the point person on small-medium projects, leading a team of 1-3 other designers.
  • Fully aware of the design possibilities within web technologies and mobile platforms, and able to identify and shape new opportunities with clients.
  • A problem solver with ideas that challenge the ordinary, together with the drive –­ and the guts – to bring them to life.
  • Able to delegate to other designers to manage time and deliverables effectively.
  • Someone with a ‘here to help’ attitude, who absolutely, fundamentally believes that we’re better together.
  • A strong communicator who supports the development of others and is actively involved in the studio.

Would you like to join...?

  • A global design firm with talented people across 18 studios around the world.
  • An international, inspiring, social, collaborative, and playful work environment, with an open-minded and diverse culture.
  • A distributed team with a strong remote-work set up and set, monthly back-to-the-office days designed to cultivate cross-disciplinary exchange and social engagement.
  • A team that values healthy work-life balance and supports workplace.

Other important deets…

  • Employment type: Permanent, full-time
  • Base salary range: AUD$120k-$130k
  • Annual remuneration package: base salary + superannuation (9.5%) + training and phone allowance ($1,320)
  • Location: We support workplace flexibility and at present our whole team has the option to work from anywhere, however you’ll need to be able to attend in-person work activities in Sydney or Melbourne, if required. We have a studio in Sydney (Surry Hills) access to a shared office in Melbourne (Southbank) for use when COVID restrictions allow.
  • In this case we are only able to accept candidates who have an existing legal right to work in Australia. No visa sponsorship is on offer.

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