Disclosure: We plan to hire for this role in the near future but we don’t know a start date yet and we are currently not holding interviews. If Judge.me and this role appeal to you, we would love to hear from you so we can consider you for other roles, invite you to our recruiting events and contact you once we open interviews for this role
About the job:
We’re looking for a UX/UI Designer to help shape the look and feel of our leading suite of products. You’ll be part of the product design team and work with product owners, engineers, writers, and management to create a frictionless and engaging experience that our users love.
Confident in communicating design ideas with a strong understanding of the logic of the pages/flows designed.
Proficiency with design software, especially Figma, Figjam, Webflow, Adobe Photoshop, and Adobe Illustrator.
Familiarity with solving complex design problems and staying on top of emerging UX/UI trends and technologies.
Experience designing admin interfaces (SaaS).
Experience creating wireframes, user flows, visual designs, mobile-view, and desktop prototypes, as well as clear and logical thinking.
A well-developed sense of composition and colour.
Strong presentation and communication skills for collaboration with stakeholders.
Product design thinking to design products that people love.
Participate in analyzing product requirements and product planning to understand the company products.
Work with software engineers and QA to deliver logical and feasible designs.
Carry out UX research to understand the users who are either our customers or internal users.
Implement and follow the design process to make sure we always have the design ready before the development.
Present visual designs to peers and stakeholders.
Work with the marketing team to design marketing and branding materials for marketing campaigns.
Why it’s awesome to work with us:
We’re a diverse, international, and close-knit team that is growing rapidly.
We make products that our customers love.
We champion an open culture of continuous improvement, where everyone is heard and criticism is always constructive.
Our hours are flexible. There’s no overtime and no dress code. You can wear whatever you want (but wear something, of course).
We offer great development and learning opportunities.
Compensation and Benefits:
Office in London, UK
Located in Old Street in the heart of Shoreditch, easily accessible, with excellent transport links.