Can you bring creative human-centered ideas to life and make great things happen beyond what meets the eye? 

We believe in teamwork, fun, complex projects, and simple solutions. How about you? We’re looking for a like-minded Senior UX Designer with the experience, passion and skills to help us rid the world of crappy design – one project at a time. 

Would you like to...

  • Work on diverse projects, across industries and competencies, to make human-shaped, simple, and valuable solutions 
  • Interact with clients, colleagues and external parties to ensure that our UX solutions are conceptualized and delivered with top notch quality 
  • Work collaboratively and closely with a small team of other designers (research, digital, business, etc.) to create great project outcomes 
  • Scope, plan, and lead UX activities from initial requirements to concept, interaction design and development 
  • Run co-creation sessions and facilitate workshops with clients and design teams 
  • Create user journeys, prototypes and detailed wireframes, with a keen eye for detail 
  • Be involved in projects from start to finish – setting the direction and identifying and solving problems  
  • Participate in shaping and growing the practice in our region 
  • Stay updated on the latest developments, trends and thinking – on UX and beyond – and share your knowledge and thoughts with both colleagues and clients 

We would like you to be... 

  • Someone who has the demonstrated experience to work systematically with complex business processes and align them with strategic direction 
  • A practiced synthesizer and presenter– well-versed in synthesizing primary research, developing insight-driven product strategy, sharing and promoting ideas, and facilitating workshops 
  • Adept with creating user journeys, prototypes, and detailed wireframes using the latest tools 
  • Detail-oriented and a defender of good ideas whether they are yours or come from others 
  • Excited to share your know-how and ideas, both internally and beyond Designit 
  • A problem solver, with ideas that challenge the ordinary, together with the drive – and the guts – to bring them to life 
  • Someone with a ‘here to help’ attitude, who absolutely, fundamentally believes that we’re better together 

Would you like to join an organization that…

  • Embraces work-life balance – our employees’ well-being remains a top priority for us! 
  • Introduces weekly inspiration sessions, which includes speakers from inside and outside of Designit.  
  • Promotes a culture of learning and advocacy. 
  • Works and collaborates remotely. We continue to safeguard the health of our employees, so our interviewing and on-boarding process will remain virtual until further notice.  

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