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- 9 applicants (17%)
We are currently looking for a talented UX designer who wants to join our dedicated team at our head offices in Linz, Austria or remotely in Central European Time +/-1 hour. If you like to solve problems for real people and make an impact on millions of users, do not hesitate to apply! All within the ever-important field of digital science education.
At GeoGebra we are shaping the future of education for teachers and students all over the world.
What you will do
- Creating intuitive user interfaces with the opportunity to significantly impact the experience of millions of users
- Craft every detail of new product features, from idea to wireframes to pixel-perfect execution for a wide range of products across mobile, tablet and desktop
- Develop and maintain our design library to ensure consistent experience across our products
- Conduct various forms of user research and synthesizing the data to inform product decisions
- Work closely with our development teams to concept, design, prototype and iterate on solutions in an agile environment
What we need from you
- Experience with the full Product Design flow end to end (including problem discovery, research, UX design visions, and initial concepts, workflows, wireframes, low/high-fidelity UI designs, user testing, etc).
- 2+ years of industry involvement in digital product design
- Experience with both responsive web and mobile products
- Good knowledge of prototyping and design tools, such as Figma or Axure, and understanding when to apply specific tools and methods
- Excellent communication skills in English, both writing and speaking
- Relevant studies or equivalent work experience in Design (e.g. Media Technology and Design, Digital Arts, Interactive Media), HCD, Computer Science or a related field
- Optional: Experience in working with web-based technologies such as HTML and CSS
About you as a person
- Empathetic, Problem solver, User advocate, Collaborative, Detail-oriented with a keen eye on aesthetics
Why work with us?
- Opportunity to work in an international (yet small and motivated) team where you can make a real impact
- Professional environment with exciting projects: you’ll always find opportunities to learn and grow
- Opportunity to connect with users directly. We have a very close relationship with our user community and rely on their direct feedback when building our product
- Real responsibility and freedom to make your own design decisions
- Head office in Linz close to public transport, but also an option to work remotely in Central European Time +/-1 hour
- Full-time / part-time based on negotiation
- Team activities, Game nights (in person and virtual), Christmas parties and company excursions
- A minimum annual gross salary in accordance with the collective bargaining agreement for this position is at least EUR 34,000.-. An overpayment will be negotiated based on your qualifications and experience
1) Review: We review your application and screen for various criterias
2) Intro call: Short 15-20 mins call with one of our UX designers to make first introduction
3) Task: Complete a few hour long UX task so we get to know your working style
4) Interview: In-depth interview with our UX team and product owners
5) Offer: We make an offer to the candidate we feel is the best fit for the role
Apply now and be part of our team!
Send an email with your CV, portfolio and short intro letter in English about yourself and your motivation for applying to email@example.com
Our design team is looking forward to hearing from you!
Application deadline: 31.01.2023
4040 Linz, Austria
GeoGebra is a dynamic mathematics software for all levels of education that brings together geometry, algebra, spreadsheets, graphing, statistics, and calculus in one easy-to-use package. GeoGebra is a rapidly expanding community of millions of users located in just about every country. GeoGebra has become the leading provider of dynamic mathematics software, supporting science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education and innovations in teaching and learning worldwide.