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Pleased.com



🌏 Worldwide
 
💰 $30k - $60k

ux

 

ui

 

sketch

 

Pleased.com is hiring a Remote User Experience Designer

At Pleased, our mission is to please you and your customers. To achieve that, we offer an all-inclusive, easy-to-use and affordable support software.\n\nWe’re looking for people who are passionate about our product and serving our clients. We retain our team members with a dynamic and flexible work life which empowers them to create value, and rewards them generously based upon their contribution.\n\nThe successful candidate will be a self-driven digital product designer with experience in Customer Service SAAS. The candidate will work on ensuring that all user-experience journeys across all products and channels are smooth and intuitive interactions. The candidate will be passionate for the product forming, UX/UI design and data analysis. The candidate will have strong problem-solving skills and able to be OK with ambiguity.\n\n**Who We Are**\n\nPleased.com is a new and exciting SaaS customer support solution for small and large businesses. We pride ourselves upon the product we’ve created together in less than a year. We improve the application on a daily basis and are continuously adding new features. With us, you’ll always have something new and exciting to work on and never be bored!\nWe’re a small and fast moving agile team. We need talented individuals to drive increased growth and contribute to the innovation, creativity and hard work that currently serves our clients further via our team's grit and innovation.\n\n**Responsibilities**\n\n- Doing design investigations and research to understand business and user’s needs\n- Collaborate closely with PM to create user flow, wireframes, prototypes effectively to\ncommunicate your ideas by using any of design methods\n- Work closely to developers and engineers to create appealing, user-friendly and crisp UI assets\nto implement intuitive user experiences\n- Produce final production visuals that will be implemented into the product\n\n**Requirements**\n\n- 3-5 years of experience designing user interfaces for web\n- Technical understanding (HTML, CSS, etc.) and familiar with UI/UX development guideline (ex,\niOS/ Material Design Guidelines)\n- Experience using tools such as Sketch, Figma, Adobe XD\n- Have the ability to move fast and ship work while maintaining a high standard of quality\n- Strong portfolio to be presented and defended during application and interview\n- Be a great team player with ability to collaborate with cross-functional teams\n- Excellent communication, presentation, and interpersonal skills\n- SaaS experience and UX copywriting experience will be bonus points\n- Fluent in written and spoken English\n- Degree or Masters in design-related degree would be beneficial\n\n**Benefits**\n\n- Quarterly and flash bonuses\n- Flexible working hours\n- Top-of-the-line equipment\n- Education allowance\n- Referral bonuses\n- Annual company holidays - we’re hoping to make it to Koh Samui in 2021!\n- Highly talented, dependable co-workers\n- Our team is small enough for you to be impactful\n- Our business is backed by established and successful businesses, offering stability and security to\nour employees \n\n#Salary and compensation\n$30,000 — $60,000/year\n\n\n#Location\n🌏 Worldwide


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Toggl

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💰 $70k - $80k

lead

 

management

 

team leader

 

Toggl is hiring a Remote Design Lead

Toggl is an easy to use and flexible time tracking tool that helps 3+ million users see where their work time goes, so they can focus on the projects that really matter. It works on all your devices and integrates with over a 100 tools.\n\n**Our team is looking for a sharp Design Lead to help us shape the future of the time tracking industry.**\n\nYou will be a part of our Product Team bringing Toggl Track to whole new levels. **The salary for this position is 60.000 EUR /year, and you can work from anywhere in the world.**\n\n**The role**\n\nYou will manage our product designers as well as marketing design and the whole branding of Toggl Track. You will establish and maintain the high-level creative vision and UX strategy. You will as well guide and improve the internal UX processes and making sure that the product development and design work closely together. You will facilitate the communication between teams & manage the initiatives of departments.\n\nAs you will lead a team of designers, you will be the champion of design value to grow, enable, mentor, and manage our design team.\n\n**About you**\n\nYou will fit in well in our team if you are a good team player and communicator, cooperative and can resolve potential conflicts productively, and have working experience with building SaaS products. You are a high-level & strategical thinker rather than detail-oriented. You have experience as a hands-on product designer and also working as part of an in-house cross-functional team. Last but not least, you are a practitioner, team player, mentor, diplomat, and champion.\n\n**About our team**\n\nToggl is a distributed team of 80+ people working remotely from 30 countries. We take pride in our professional, learning-oriented and friendly working environment that values work-life balance and constantly doing our best in every aspect of our work. You can work from anywhere in the world, because we know great people do awesome work wherever they are. Every few months we travel to meet up somewhere in the world and spend some quality time together. Our business is profitable with a healthy margin and we are built with no outside investments, so you can count on a stable working environment.\n\n**Some benefits**\n* Freedom to choose when and where you work from.\n* 24 business days of paid time off a year, plus your local holidays.\n* 2 company retreats and 2 team meetups a year (expenses covered) for team-building.\n* Laptop and a €2,000 budget to set up your home office.\n* Reimbursement for co-working space rent or internet service at home.\n* Opportunities to attend trainings, workshops or conferences.\n* Monthly reimbursement for gym membership, massage and other things to improve your health.\n* Support for buying a phone, eyeglasses or tools you need for doing your best work.\n\n**Apply now! \nAll it takes to apply is answering a short skills test that assesses your expertise. Only candidates who score well on the test will be considered.** \n\n#Salary and compensation\n$70,000 — $80,000/year\n\n\n#Location\n🌏 Worldwide


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REO

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💰 $50k - $70k

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frontend

 

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nuxt

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At REO we want to help real estate brokers, owners and buyers find and trade properties easier than ever. We believe that easy-to-use software is key in this complex and fast-paced industry.\n\nWe are looking for a Senior Front-End Engineer to further accelerate our development. We offer a competitive salary and REO stock options (ESOP) making you a true owner in our vision. \n## Your responsibilities:\n- Take ownership during refinement and planning to break down new epics into small deliverables for the Front-End team.\n- Participate in the design process to jointly deliver the product quickly and with high quality.\n- Ship features every two weeks or quicker.\n- Responsible for the quality of the Vue webapp and propose strategic and lasting improvements. \n\n## Your profile:\n- You are driven by real impact of your work. You don't require a large team to make things happen.\n- You strive for customer value when balancing new features, technical debt and incremental improvements.\n- You consider the perspective of the user and company, when proposing new ideas. Why we do something is just as important as what we do. \n- You set code standards through your work and mentor fellow frontend engineers. \n- You might not have experienced leading a team, but are interested to grow into this role. \n\n#Salary and compensation\n$50,000 — $70,000/year\n\n\n#Location\n🌏 Worldwide


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# What we do\nOverleaf is a social enterprise that builds modern collaborative authoring tools for scientists — like Google Docs for Science. We have over seven million registered users from around the world. Our primary product is an online, real time collaborative editor for papers, theses, technical reports and other documents written in the LaTeX markup language.\n\n# Who we are\nOverleaf was founded by two mathematicians who were inspired by their own experiences in academia to create a better solution for scientific collaboration and communication. Now we are a team of about forty based mainly in the UK, Europe, the US and Canada. We were recently recognised as one of the [UK's top 100 fastest growing businesses](https://www.overleaf.com/blog/overleaf-recognized-as-one-of-the-uks-top-100-fastest-growing-businesses) and as the [Best SaaS for Nonprofits or Education](https://www.overleaf.com/blog/overleaf-named-2020-saas-awards-winner) in the 2020 SaaS Awards Program. Our vision is to be the go-to place for writing scientific documents.\n\n# How we work\nOverleaf is (and was, even before the pandemic) remote-first — all founders and staff work remotely. We also have an office in Farringdon for those in the London area, and when the pandemic settles down we'll again get the whole team together in London a few times a year for face-to-face time.\n\nWe encourage flexible working. Our core hours are 2pm–5pm UK time, during which our development and product teams have 10–15 minute daily standup calls.\n\nWe always collect user feedback to inform our work. We have UX professionals on our team, and we run surveys and user interviews on a weekly basis to inform our Product Discovery process.\n\nWe have a flexible roadmap that we review quarterly, which includes regular user-facing releases. Our Product team works closely with everyone in the company, from Support, to Finance and Marketing to understand every aspect of how we can best deliver value to our users. Our roadmap also includes initiatives driven by staff and quarterly hackathons to keep our learning fresh.\n\n# About this role\nAt Overleaf, we are proud to have a very engaged community of users, and their feedback is essential to us as we continue to evolve the platform. We are looking for a UX designer who has experience working directly with users and a keen interest in user research. You will be key in helping us discover opportunities and pain-points through research and analytics; you will craft user experiences that help our users get their work done, while continuously assessing and iterating on Overleaf.\n\nYou will have autonomy in developing your designs, from concept to execution, but you won’t be alone. You will be part of a cross-functional team, collaborating with product managers that will help you understand where your work fits in our roadmap and with developers that will help you make your design come to life.\n\nThis year, we are excited to be working on:\n\n* Adding support to multiple-window workflows, allowing users to be more productive and take advantage of extra screen real estate.\n* Creating a palette for symbols (just like an emoji picker, but for scientific typesetting).\n* Delivering a new UI to help users troubleshoot their LaTeX compilation errors more effectively and help them publish their work more quickly.\n* Launching a new analytics system and team to generate insights into our B2C funnel and help us understand our users better, while respecting their privacy.\n* Enhance the collaboration experience on our product to make it even more compelling for teams.\n* Revamping our template gallery to help users find what they need to produce the best documents.\n* \nHere is an example of a feature that we launched recently to help users navigate their projects more easily: https://www.overleaf.com/blog/new-feature-file-outline-is-now-available-on-overleaf\n\n# What we're looking for\n* Experience designing for the web. We don’t expect you to code but, as a designer, we expect you to be familiar with the media you design for, as well as its constraints. You should be able to design and prototype solutions (with various degrees of fidelity) based on user research, and to iterate based on feedback and collaboration with stakeholders (e.g. product managers and developers).\n* Strong understanding and experience doing user research. You base your design decisions on a deep understanding of your users’ needs. You are able to script and conduct interviews; you are able to design and analyse surveys; you are able to run a usability test.\n* Ideally, you’ll have some experience (or interest) in developing or maintaining a design system or style guide. Similarly, some experience (or interest) in collaborating with and steering graphic designers (and/or doing some graphic design yourself) would be valuable too, as would a keen eye for typography (as LaTeX is all about excellent typesetting). Finally, some familiarity with publishing, the scholarly market and scientific research would help you better understand the sector Overleaf operates in.\n\n# How we Hire\nThe stages in our hiring process are typically:\n\n1. You submit your application (please provide a cover letter and a link to your portfolio if you have one).\n2. We will aim to update you on the status of your application within two weeks from when we receive it.\n3. We'll follow up by email (or sometimes schedule a phone call) with any questions we have about your application, usually around logistics, your ambitions and your expectations about the role.\n4. We'll schedule a more in-depth interview, which is typically followed or combined with a practical assignment. For the practical, you'll have the option of either completing a homework assignment, which requires about one hour of your time before the interview, or doing an exercise during the interview, if you prefer. The exercises are practical in nature, and you can use existing resources, templates, Google, etc., and ask us questions.\n5. We'll make an offer. We usually interview in batches, so there may be a short delay while we interview other candidates, but we will try to keep you informed throughout the process.\n\nIf you have a deadline, please let us know in your application, and we will try to be accommodating.\n\n# Requirements\nWe require that you:\n* Have a minimum of 2–3 years of relevant experience.\n* Will work for us full time (or nearly full time).\n* Will usually be available in our core hours, 2pm–5pm UK time.\n* Are based in the UK, Europe, US or Canada.\n\n# Benefits\n* Remote and flexible working.\n* Salary £35k–£60k per year depending on experience.\n* You would join a small, dedicated and growing team.\n* We're substantially (around 80%) open source, so your work will often be on open source.\n* We're backed by Bethnal Green Ventures (https://bethnalgreenventures.com/) and Digital Science (https://www.digital-science.com/), through which we're part of a wider community of startups in science, health and ed-tech.\n* Our London office is shared with several other Digital Science companies, so there's lots of interesting people to meet, and clubs and sports activities outside of work.\n* You can pick your own equipment. MacBook Pro? Lenovo ThinkPad? Notebook and pen? However you like to work, we'll provide what you need.\n* We provide a training budget; many of our staff choose to attend relevant industry conferences or buy training materials.\n* We run a biweekly internal seminar series (show and tell) with short talks from staff about their work or personal projects, new technologies and techniques.\nWe are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status. \n\n#Salary and compensation\n$50,000 — $90,000/year\n\n\n#Location\nUK, Europe, US or Canada


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Muck Rack’s engineering team powers a platform that is meaningfully changing how journalists, PR pros, and marketers around the world work. Self-funded, globally distributed, and remote-first since our founding, Crain’s named Muck Rack one of the “Best Places to Work in NYC” in 2019 and 2020. We’re looking for a collaborative and self-motivated Front-End Developer to join our small but quickly growing team and make a big impact. \n\nAs a **Front-End Developer ** you’ll work alongside the CTO, fellow software engineers, product managers, and designers, to ensure that our product looks great and works well with our clients. Our engineers are not siloed to any part of the application – everyone contributes everywhere. \n\nOur tech stack includes Python, Django, Celery, MySQL, Elasticsearch, Vue, and Webpack. Our technology team is focused on scale, quality, delivery, and thoughtful customer experience. We ship frequently without sacrificing work/life balance.\n\n**If the details below describe you, you could be a great fit for this role:**\n\n* 3+ years professional experience as a Front-End Developer focused on performance and profiling.\n* Possess strong communication skills and can explain ideas clearly, give and receive feedback, and work well with team members.\n* Have worked on complex, high-traffic sites at a startup or Software-as-a-Service company.\n* Understand multiple front-end frameworks (Vue, React, etc.).\n* Have been a part of planning and building front-end end-to-end and unit testing.\n* Are familiar with Linux or Unix environments and the command line.\n* Have demonstrable Python/Django experience\n* Have a good understanding of responsive design, grids, typography, and layout.\n* Have a strong understanding of SEO principles and accessibility practices (ADA compliance).\n* Are familiar with data visualization, JavaScript practices (bundling, deployment, ES6+), and with Git or other version control systems.\n* Desire to create something beautiful.\n\n**More about us:**\n\nMuck Rackers work to make journalists, PR pros, and marketers more successful.\n\nSelf-funded and growing quickly but sustainably, we have the freedom to build forward-thinking products, put our customers first, and offer an inclusive culture that welcomes diverse perspectives.\n\nWe enjoy the flexibility to work where we’re most productive and stay connected no matter where we’re located. We each have an impact on our continued growth and success, and we all take pride in the work we do to drive the company forward.\n\n**Benefits & Perks**\n\n* Flexible remote-first policy \n* Health, dental and vision insurance\n* 401(k) plan with employer contributions\n* Flexible spending account\n* Access to OneMedical, 24/7 Virtual Care, and an Employee Assistance Program \n* Off-the-grid vacation\n* Paid parental leave\n* Commuter benefits\n* Discounted gym & bike memberships\n* Opt-in disability and life insurance \n ---\n\nMuck Rack encourages individuals from a broad diversity of backgrounds to apply for positions. We are an equal opportunity employer, meaning we're committed to a fair and consistent interview process. \n\n**We are actively interviewing candidates across the US, Canada, Poland and Bulgaria only**\n\n \n\n#Salary and compensation\n$120,000 — $140,000/year\n\n\n#Location\nUnited States, Canada, Poland, Bulgaria


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IMG.LY


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🇪🇺 EU-only
 
💰 $65k - $80k

sdk

 

android

 

photo editing

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**Who we are**\n\nHi! We are that super-groundbreaking technology provider you’ve probably never heard of! Our flagship product, the PhotoEditor SDK is a fully customizable photo editing solution for web and mobile platforms that is being used by marvelously big brands like HP, Hootsuite, ZARA and hundreds of other companies around the world. Our products for photo and video editing are world-class and market leaders, and we’re damn proud of it. 💪 \n\n\n**Where we work**\n\nOur office is in the very heart of Bochum Germany, but our team is working wherever they can thrive. From Bochum over Berlin, at the seaside or beyond the hills. We give you the freedom and tools to choose where you work best. We are currently on our way to become a remote-first company. We won’t get back to the old normal, as we don’t believe in an old normals.\n\n\n**Why we need you**\n\nWe’ve become a quite buzzy startup in tech circles but we want to be a lot more than the buzz. Therefore we merged the talents of our team, bringing together the best of design, arts, and tech. After successfully developing our SDK flagships over the past years, we're on the rise for the next generation of our photo and video editing SDKs. And that's where you step in.\n\n\n**What you'll do**\n\nYou are the owner of new features and play a vital role in the complete process from proposal, to design, development and documentation, to marketing and shipping.\nYou work on all layers of the SDK, from UI-, model-, to engine layer - you name it.\nYou write world-class documentation, as well as concise, terse, and useful blog articles about topics that excite you at work and build your personal brand.\nYou work with our customers to understand their needs and use cases and support them in achieving their goals.\nYou collaborate with our creative and technically adept team of designers and developers, extend our internal knowledge base, and your personal knowledge base by thriving in a tech-driven environment of utterly skilled devs and an outstanding community beyond.\n\n**Strings in your bow include . . .**\n* You have a sound understanding and experience working with the Android SDK and tools, such as Android Studio, Gradle and NDK.\n* You are familiar with Java and Kotlin (and probably have one or the other official Android merch item in your shed)\n* You are interested in OpenGL and GPU programming (if you already have a fair chunk of experiences, that would be the frosting on the cake)\n* You have a high sense of responsibility and an eye for the details, but also have good judgement of where it makes sense to go the extra mile vs. pushing a quick bug fix\n* You like working remotely and bring the right mindset to the table - manage yourself and the way you work, be one kind of a good communicator and have a decent level of English for written and spoken communication with our distributed and asynchronous team \n\n#Salary and compensation\n$65,000 — $80,000/year\n\n\n#Location\n🇪🇺 EU-only


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**Who we are**\nHi! We are that super-groundbreaking technology provider you’ve probably never heard of! Our flagship products, the PhotoEditor SDK and VideoEditor SDK are fully customizable photo and video editing solution for web and mobile platforms that are being used by marvelously big brands like HP, Hootsuite, ZARA, and hundreds of other companies around the world. Our products for photo and video editing are world-class and market leaders, and we’re damn proud of it. 💪\n\n**Where we work**\nOur office is in the very heart of Bochum, but our team is working wherever they can thrive. From Bochum over Berlin, at the seaside or beyond the hills. We give you the freedom and tools to choose where you work best. We are currently on our way to become a remote-first company. We won’t get back to the old normal, as we don’t believe in an old normal.\n\n**Why we need you**\nWe’ve become a quite buzzy startup in tech circles but we want to be a lot more than the buzz. Therefore we merged the talents of our team, bringing together the best of design, arts, and tech. After successfully developing our SDK flagships over the past years, we're going back to our roots and to what we are best at - creating the best development experience possible. And that's where you step in.\n\n**What you’ll do**\n* Join us at magical times where you’ll play a pivotal role in further developing and improving our UI development utilizing your expertise implementing React components and workflows. And behold, VideoEditor SDK for Web is coming . . . \n* We're currently in a phase of maintaining, fine-tuning and improving the status quo of our SDKs, and bethink of what we assume to be most important - improving the developer experience and ease to use.\n* You’ll build and implement pixel perfect React UIs, enhance our core technology with new features and core concepts, integrate it in other tool kits and support our customers with the integration.\n* You’ll collaborate with your fellow designer colleagues to directly convert components and interactively shape the UI together.\n* You’ll provide technical leadership on React frontend and UI development and mentor our team on best practices around frontend technologies.\n\n**This might be a job for you if you . . .**\n* have expertise developing professional frontends in React, Angular, VueJS or similar\n* have a passion for technology and design, and maybe are interested in new fields like creative coding\n* already have basic skills in TypeScript, JavaScript, or Rollup, ‘cause these are a big thumbs up\n* have experience with state management libraries such as Redux or MobX, as well as the React testing library or Cypress\n* are passionate about developing creative tools that help create stunning content\n* like to work self-sufficient and feel comfortable with jumping in at the deep and, but that's okay, 'cause you are convivial fellow and social butterfly 🦋\nWe are a razor-sharp team of coders and designers that’ll be always by your side to code, create and collaborate and together with you to always have the edge over everybody else. We are open about technology choices, and we like to tinker with the new stuff. So, the odds are overwhelming that, no matter what you like, you’ll find a place here to run free your affinity for cutting-edge technologies. \n\n#Salary and compensation\n$65,000 — $80,000/year\n\n\n#Location\n🇪🇺 EU-only


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Join the leader in DataOps! Help build the data engineering platform that is enabling our customers' teams to achieve agility at scale.\n\nDoes this describe you? Top technical skills. e2e attention to detail. Self-managing. Ready for technical leadership. Enthusiasm for an inclusive and supportive culture. \n\nWe are committed to being Remote First! Our engineers are around the world. Across the US, Buenos Aires Argentina, Sicily and Milan Italy, Brazil, the Dominican Republic, Canada, and more.\n\n\n##Qualifications\n* Product development using current Angular\n* An agile, customer-oriented mindset\n* Enthusiasm, curiosity and drive!\n\nYou must be physically located within GMT+1 to GMT-8. We will not consider candidates outside those time zones. Why? Because we value close collaboration and working sane hours. \n\nTo apply send your resume to **[email protected]**.\n\nWe do not work with recruiters. Everyone else, if in doubt please reach out!\n\n\n##DataKitchen Values\nWe are People First! We make our customers wildly successful while respecting each employee and person we work with. We move fast, love and learn from our errors, and fall forward. We embrace Agile Values and Principles.\n\n\n*Equal Employment Opportunity Statement: DataKitchen, Inc. provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, marital status, amnesty or status as a covered veteran in accordance with applicable US federal, state and local laws. DataKitchen, Inc. complies with applicable state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment in every location in which the company has facilities. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation and training. DataKitchen, Inc. expressly prohibits any form of unlawful employee harassment based on race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, genetic information, disability or veteran status. Improper interference with the ability of DataKitchen, Inc. employees to perform their expected job duties is absolutely not tolerated.*\n\nTo apply send your resume to **[email protected]**.\n \n\n#Salary and compensation\n$1 — $12/year\n\n\n#Location\nGmt+1 to Gmt-8


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Europe (Cet+-2)

product management

 

ux

 

fintech

 

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**Full-time. Fully remote within CET±2. Still hiring post-Covid!**\n\nJust is a FinTech company building SaaS products for corporate treasury. We help CFOs and finance teams in large multinational companies forecast and manage their financial risk. \n\nWe launched our first foreign exchange analytics solution in 2019 and already serve 19 major corporate customers and 2 non-profits. \n\nWe’re currently developing a “liquidity forecasting” tool which lets companies forecast how much money they’ll have in the bank in the future, and stress test this forecast against various global events.\n\nWe are looking for someone to lead our product direction, from high-level strategy to detailed feature design. The product manager will work closely with our engineers to prioritize features and technical debt, and ensure they have a clear understanding of what should be built and why. \n\n\n**What we offer:**\n* Join a FinTech startup at the sweet spot - early enough that you can still help shape the company, but established enough to offer good job stability and growth prospects.\n* 100% remote working, unless you’d like to live in Oslo (it’s nice!) - and we’ll buy you some decent home office equipment.\n* Regular opportunities to get together with the whole company somewhere fun\n* €70-80k salary, wherever you are - we won’t low-ball you for being in a country with a lower cost of living.\n* Stock options, because we want it to be your company as well as ours!\n\n# Responsibilities\n * You’ll spend most of your time in the first months working on our liquidity management product - we have customers pre-committed to this, so we’re eager to launch as soon as we can.\n* You’ll be responsible for defining and prioritizing product features, working closely with our engineering team to make sure they fully understand your vision.\n* You’ll also need to understand technical debt and work with our engineers to facilitate decisions about priority and tradeoffs.\n* You’ll undertake customer research, engaging directly with our pilot customers to understand problems, requirements, and evaluate product concepts.\n* You’ll work with our sales team to develop go-to-market plans for new product features.\n* We’ll also ask you to develop a long-term product roadmap for the company, so we have a clear understanding of what we’ll be launching in the future. This will require quite a bit of research into problems and trends in the corporate treasury space. \n\n# Requirements\n* You need to have previous experience leading development of a financial product from the beginning.\n* You should have worked in a SaaS startup environment, and have a good understanding of how to validate product/market fit and of what makes a startup commercially successful.\n* You need experience working with financial products and data. A successful product manager will need to build a deep understanding of the mathematics underpinning our solutions.\n* You should have good understanding of UX research and design.\n* You should be highly data-driven, and enable to formulate and test hypotheses to ensure you make the right product decisions.\n* You need to be within ±2 hours of the CET timezone, because we think remote collaboration is really important.\n* We want you to be a fun person to work with! We believe that working together as a team is the most important thing for success.\n\n\n**Also good if:**\n* You have worked previously as a UX Designer or Product Designer, and can create mockups & prototypes to test with customers.\n* You have a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in mathematics, engineering, finance, or a similar field.\n* You have some hands-on coding experience. \n\n#Salary and compensation\n$80,000/year\n\n\n#Location\nEurope (Cet+-2)


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Chili Piper

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figma

 

product design

 
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The goal of our product team is to make delightful, enterprise-grade products delightful to use on a day by day basis, hiding all the complexity from the user \n\nOur users are sophisticated employees of highly successful companies (like Square, Twillio, Airbnb and many other companies we can’t even name 🤐) and we want them to be surprised by easy, yet powerful tools that can make their work easier\n\nWe started with a calendar that helps them get more client meetings in their calendar and we are now bringing them a delightful experience in many more areas of their workday. \n\nYou will work closely every day with our dev and product team in designing the future products Chili Piper will offer. \n\n# Responsibilities\n We are looking for a rockstar designer \n\n* Who can take a complicated workflow and turn it into a delightful experience\n\n* Who understands how to take highly complex data and turn it into actionable insights \n\n* Loves to be challenged by enterprise-grade problems \n\n* Is very very passionate about every small detail in a product and always dedicated to improving their craft \n\n* Has experience using **Figma** (experience with Abstract is a plus)\n\n* Ideally, you already worked with sales/marketing automation tools and know-how badly designed they are. \n\n# Requirements\nHow We Work\n\nFreedom and flexibility. We’re a 100% distributed team working from around the world. Our team members can work from wherever they want in the world, as long as they show up on our weekly all hands meeting on Zoom.\n\nSolve interesting problems. The software landscape has exploded. There are dozens of solutions for each problem. We want to be different. We come up with new angles on existing problems or invent better solutions to help companies with their sales and marketing. Then we turn these ideas into beautiful, smart software.\n\nAutonomy and ownership. Working on a distributed team means you don’t have someone micromanaging you or looking over your shoulder to make sure you’re getting things done. We’re a team of do-ers who take full ownership for their results.\n\nBe helpful. Our first value as a company is help. Help our customers be successful. Help our prospects get the right information and make the right decision whether or not it includes our products. Help our team members reach their full potential.\n\nThe Perks\n\n* Unlimited Vacation\n* Company Offered 401k Plan\n* Generous Health, Dental, and Vision Insurance\n* WeWork membership do you can work from anywhere\n* Any equipment/software/tech that you need to do your job\n\n\n#Location\n🌏 Worldwide


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Likvido


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Are you a skilled front-end developer and do you have a talent for design? Do you want to impact Likvido’s product and become a part of our remote tech family? Then you might be our new remotely based front-end developer!\n\n**Who is Likvido?**\n\nLikvido is a fast-growing and ambitious tech startup based in Copenhagen with 38 employees working from all over the world. We were founded in 2018 with the vision of creating a product, that could provide companies with an easy and user-friendly solution for charging their invoices. Therefore, we are the first automated Invoice Management system on the market. Our goal is to automate the entire process of invoicing, reminders, and debt collection and thus ensuring companies time and cash flow to focus on their core business. We create cutting-edge technology which can save companies time and frustration and help support the growth and job satisfaction of our customers. We have just raised a seed round from a top fintech investor, and are planning our launch in the UK. \n\n**Why should you work at Likvido? **\n\nWell, we are a growing startup with big visions, great room for growth and passionate employees. You have the opportunity to impact Likvidos success in the future regarding the development of a top nudge visual product. In addition, you get:\n\n* A job with great responsibility, impact and many challenges\n* A steep learning curve and challenges from day one \n* Free meditation: We pay your Calm.com or Headspace subscription \n* Free books: You can buy all the books you need to stay ahead and learn new things \n* Free education: After working in the team for 12 months, we offer to pay your education \n* Free salary: Our vision is to enable personal growth for our team and business growth for our clients. If you have reached the limit of personal growth as part of Likvido, we will support you if your dream is to become an entrepreneur yourself. If you have worked at Likvido for at least 3 years, we offer to pay your salary for the first 3 months so that you can start your entrepreneurial journey. \n* Free sports: We have weekly sports activities paid for by Likvido and we offer to pay if you want to run a marathon or challenge yourself in other healthy ways.\n\n**Practicalities**\n\n* You will 100% procent remote along with our existing team\n* We pay a good salary and offer warrants for the right candidate \n* We expect you to be fluent in English, but danish language skills are NOT a requirement\n* The position is full-time \n* Your manager will be operating from Denmark\n\n\n# Responsibilities\n *Our situation is this: *\nWe have a product that thousands of customers love, we're growing fast and we have a very solid roadmap. We have a great sales organization and we know to scale getting to market. We're two co-founders that are very aligned, and we have a very strong vision for where we are heading.\nWe started with legacy technologies (jQuery and ASP.NET MVC monolith) because it was the fastest way to build our MVP, but now we are a serious business with (lots of) real customers. That's why we know that during the next couple of years, we need to do a lot of refactoring and use the newest front-end technologies. Our design needs a massive reconceptualization and redesigning. \n\nBeing the senior front-end developer, your job is to:\n* Be in charge of design and visual optimization\n* Implement new visual changes (HTML + CSS + JavaScript in Vue.js)\n* Be responsible for the front-end technical stack in the solution\n* Make sure we adopt component design and start to make “nice and reuseable” UI components around the site\n* Make code-reviews and be responsible for the HTML+CSS in the solution\n* You will participate in sprints like all other. We know we must redesign our front-end stack, and we will provide at least 50% of your available time to do this.\n* When we make new features, we also expect it will be implemented properly\n \n\n# Requirements\nWe expect you are passionate about what you do and carry out your work with great integrity. It is important to us, that you love your work just as much as we do. We expect you to take responsibility for your area and contribute to the success of Likvido. Also, we are looking for someone who can say “YES!” to the following:\n\n* I’m a senior front-end with 5 years of experience\n* It hurts my eyes when I see user interfaces that are misaligned or inconsistent\n* I have multiple years of experience designing and building great looking websites\n* I like working with the latest advancements in design and front-end technologies\n* I know how to make sure I build websites that work in all browsers - even IE, while still being able to leverage cutting edge technologies\n* I am proficient in JavaScript, and have experience working with Vue.js\n* Bonus: I am familiar with useful helper tools (such as storybook, JSDocs) that help me build and document my components in an efficient and team-friendly way\n \n\n#Salary and compensation\n$46,000/year\n\n\n#Location\n🌏 Worldwide


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ReCharge Payments


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product

 

product manager

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With over 10,000 online merchants launching subscriptions and over 1,000,000 subscribers powered by ReCharge we're processing tens of millions of dollars in sales every week. Our mission ‘making repeat orders easier for everyone' began four years ago as a bootstrapped startup and today we're at the forefront of recurring billing software with over 100 remote-first employees around the globe.\n\nAs Product Manager you will be the key strategic and tactical link to ensure your cross functional feature focused engineering team delivers a world-class e-commerce product. Your focus will be delivering products to streamline the ability for merchants to sell and manage subscriptions along with making it easier for customers to manage their subscriptions.\n\nWe’re looking for teammates who are resourceful, dedicated, and passionate about solving challenging problems. This role is for someone who loves diving into the details while also keeping the big picture in mind. We need a creative and resourceful integrator who will actively listen for problems and then accelerate the team towards solving.\n\nOur stack includes: Python, Flask, JavaScript, Vue.js\n\n# Responsibilities\n Live by and champion our values: #ownership, #empathy, #simple-solutions.\nCreate new products and features for merchants to sell and manage subscriptions along with making it easier for customers to manage their subscriptions\nWork on a product feature team consisting of 5-7 teammates, consisting of software engineers, QA, and design\nWrite epics and detailed user stories for the engineering, QA, and design teams to fully understand the scope of functionality and business drivers, so they can estimate and deliver in a timely manner with high quality\nFacilitate and work in 2 week sprints with daily stand-ups, bi-weekly grooming and planning sessions.\nPrioritize features and define requirements for successful delivery\nDive into the technical details to understand what is happening\nDig into details and figure things out from detailed business logic to a high level technical perspective\nTurn high level ideas and requirements into technical specifications\nEffectively communicate and collaborate with all groups in the organization over the entire product development lifecycle­ from requirements gathering to release to rollout training\nWe're an agile, fast growing company and this job description isn't meant to be a complete list of your qualifications or all of the things you'll do \n\n# Requirements\nTypically, 5+ years of product management experience (preferably in SaaS)\nTrack record of launching products rapidly on a SaaS platform with a large number of customers\nExperience working directly with software engineering teams\nExperience owning and delivering high-impact software products\nAbility to work autonomously with a balance of collaboration: You don't need to wait for directions, but know when buy-in is critical\nSome light programming experience\nAbility to read if/else statements, JSON, and basic API documentation\nMotivated by finding ways to produce results\nUse process to produce results not as an end unto itself\nLove problem solving, and you are a great problem solver\nAbility to work remotely and desire to make an impact at a boot-strapped start-up\nBachelor’s degree \n\n#Salary and compensation\n$140,000/year\n\n\n#Location\n🇺🇸 US-only


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Ghost


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publishing

 
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As the company grows, we're looking to expand our design team and improve everything about the Ghost brand and how it's represented to our users and customers. We care, deeply, about great design and experience — at the expense of most other things. Design work has a very strong voice here.\n\n\n\nThis is a broad role which is about leading design in lots of different areas, primarily around all of our brand, marketing, website, and just about every property that our users will come into contact with. \n\n\n\nAll of Ghost's design was initially done by our Founder/CEO - John, and today our design is led by Zimo - who spends the majority of his time deeply focused on our product. You'll be the 3rd member of the Ghost design team, so you'll have a massive amount of opportunity to influence design across the entire organisation. \n\n\n\nWe're looking for a visual designer with a deep understanding of marketing, branding, and user communication — and who cares deeply about quality, and helping to create (+evolve) a refined, beautiful style.\n\n# Responsibilities\n ⚡️ Working with design and marketing leadership to define, evolve, and maintain Ghost's brand identity across all marketing and product touch points.\n\n\n\n🎨 Creation of websites, landing pages, diagrams, illustrations, stickers, tshirts, checkout flows, billing management. You'll lead all of our most public facing properties and brand assets. The visual voice of the company.\n\n\n\n🚀 You'll work with the marketing/business team on projects which are directly related to growing the business and creating user-facing content.\n\n\n\n💑 Designers at Ghost work on different cross-functional teams, there's still plenty of collaboration and feedback between teammates to help and support each other throughout various projects.\n\n\n\n👻 Lots of freedom to take control of your process, iterating and learning what works (and what doesn't), and putting your work into production. There's a lot of opportunity for professional growth here, as the team expands.\n\n\n\n📢 Communicating effectively with stakeholders when presenting your work and clearly articulating your design rationale\n\n\n\n⚖️ Managing multiple projects, while setting appropriate expectations and meeting realistic deadlines \n\n# Requirements\n* An underdog. We aren't hiring flashy designers from Fortune 500's here, we're looking for real human people who like to do great work. If you don't think you're good enough for this role, then you're probably exactly who we'd like to join the team. Please do apply!\n\n* Fiercely independent. All teams at Ghost operate fairly autonomously, and all team members are responsible for helping make decisions about what needs to be done. You'll need to be comfortable ideating, prototyping, testing and delivering designs without someone standing over your shoulder telling you what to do.\n\n* Meticulous about style. Despite frequent character assassination amongst UX professionals, aesthetic style matters a great deal. We don't A/B test 50 shades of blue here to determine what converts best, we care about making beautiful things which we love.\n\n* Humble but opinionated. We like smart people who have lots of ideas, yet are happy to discard their former opinions whenever a better way of doing things presents itself. \n\n* A clear communicator. Good design is good communication, and as a remote team which communicates almost exclusively through writing — concise, written communication is absolutely essential to this role.\n\n* An active collaborator. We look for people who actively want critical feedback on their work early and often, and who get a kick out of refining and pushing what they do as a collaborative process because it creates a better end result. No design heroes.\n\n* Comfortable with code. Ghost is a software company, and everyone here codes in one way or another. You don't need to be an expert, but you do need to be actively open to learning and working with code to do design.\n\n* Hungry for meaningful work, and space to do it. Almost all work at Ghost is complex and extremely challenging - but also deeply rewarding. We're not in the slightest bit fucking interested in what Design-Twitter thinks about... well, anything at all really. We're aggressively uncool.\n\n\n\n\n\nThis role would be particularly suited to someone with a background as a freelancer or at an agency, who is looking for more, that they aren't getting from doing client work. This is a role where you can help influence design over the long term, not just fulfil a temporary brief which needs to be delivered quickly.\n\n\n\nWe don't mind where you're based or what hours you work, but this role does require reasonable working-hours overlap with the rest of our product/marketing teams in Europe.\n\n\n\nWe value diversity of all types at Ghost and our team is made up of a kind, thoughtful group of people with a wide range of backgrounds. We have as many people who speak German as we do English and our engineering team contains as many women as it does men. Some of us are single, others are married, while others are parents. We actively try to find people with different perspectives and experiences to the ones we already have.\n\n#Location\n🌏 Worldwide


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Customer.io


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software

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Hi, I’m Brian, Director of Product at Customer.io,\n \nI’d first like to introduce you to Fly, our current design system. We’ve reached a point where Fly is struggling to scale and hiring you is the piece of the puzzle we need to invest in leveling it up. I’m looking for someone to join our product team and be the vanguard of this effort!\n\nOur product work is done by squads: small groups of product managers, engineers, and designers like you, focused on solving a customer problem. In addition to wrangling our design system, you'll also be an integral part of a squad, helping to define and design the user experience.\n\nThe work you do here will raise the bar for the everyday communications we all receive. It drives us crazy when we get useless emails and notifications that feel like spam from companies we admire. Despite how poorly some companies communicate, we don’t think marketers are bad people. In fact, we believe they care about their customers, don’t want to waste their time, and simply don’t have the tools to do better. At Customer.io we’re on a mission to give our customers the superpower of sending and tracking great email, SMSes and push notifications. \n\nOur customers are marketers, growth hackers, and engineers who are always dreaming up fresh ideas for how to be genuine and personal in their messages to customers. We help businesses send relevant messages based on what people do or don’t do when using a web or mobile app. \n\nSound like the next step in your career? Read on and apply!\n\nP.S. Identify more as a UX Designer? UX Engineer? Don’t worry about it - let us know if you think this is the place for you.\n\n**What will you be doing?**\n\n- Taking over Fly, the component library we use to construct our app in close partnership with our front-end engineers and your fellow designers. Understand what works, what doesn’t, and take ownership of improving it.\n- Standardize and document these modular components, so the entire team knows how, where, and why to use them\n- Own UI and UX design for product features while partnering with engineering throughout the creation process\n- Use both data and customer research to validating your designs and refine concepts for new features\n- Separate trend from truth when it comes to design systems -- meaningfully leverage best practices, but don't be afraid to ignore the buzzwords and forge a path (and a Medium post) yourself!\n\n**You’ll be working with...**\n\n- Ivana, Sr UI/UX designer, to take features from concept to Customer.io! Together, you’ll collaborate on distilling user feedback into user goals, wireframes, visual designs, prototypes -- whatever the team needs to make our customers’ lives easier.\n- Kieran, Sr Product Designer, who will be your visual design partner as you corral our design system and take it to the next level.\n- Brian, our Director of Product, to figure out what we need to build next for our customers. With Brian you’ll focus a lot on customer problems and outcomes in order to cultivate an iterative design-driven team culture. Brian joined last year from Adobe, where he spent years building products for designers.\n- A team of front-end engineers with a passion for design and usability. They’ll be close partners: you’ll laugh together, you’ll cry together, you’ll do the best work of your lives together.\n\n**What will you bring to the table?**\n\n**You’re a natural systems thinker** and that’s exactly what makes you a great designer. Grids, modules, and typographic scale are your paintbrush. You see nonstandard, one-off interfaces as a rough design critique. You enjoy applying your systems in service of customer needs just as much as you enjoying crafting those systems.\n\n**Your north star** is making a design system and user experience harmonize perfectly. You realize it’s not just about a pattern library, it’s about constraining the ways the patterns can be assembled so they accelerate the both process of designing a product and empowering its user.\n\n**You’re hungry to learn**, and you love to understand how things work under the hood. You thrive in technical conversations with engineers where you need to balance constraints with design goals.\n\n**You’re scrappy and self-directed** when it comes to problem-solving and working on multiple projects at once. You’re looking to work with a startup where you’ll be responsible for the impact you make and have a lot of freedom. Working with folks in different time zones will be standard issue for you around here, so being able to stay determined, even when the answers aren’t in front of you, is essential. \n\n**You are a proactive communicator**. You strive to be articulate and empathetic in your interactions and believe in “working out loud” to share work early and helpfully. This might mean writing out your questions for the team, jumping on a quick call to clarify feature requirements, or building wireframes after documenting your assumptions.\n\n**Bonus!** Not a requirement, but shout about it if you have experience with... \n- Writing the HTML, CSS, and JS for the design system you create\n- Marketing Technology and/or SaaS Companies\n\n**Why should you work with Customer.io?**\n\nWork at our head office in Portland, OR or anywhere in the world you want. We want to enable you to do your best work, and this is how we aim to do that—\n\n**Competitive salary** - We’re offering $80,000-$100,000 USD for this position, with flexibility for location and experience.\n\n**Equity** - You'll own a piece of the company. It's not a get-rich-quick deal, but if you stay around for a while, we're planning to be a long-lasting company and your piece of it may be a nice bonus. \n\n**Big Impact** - Our team is small, but growing quickly. The work you do will materially impact how successful we are as a company. \n\n**Great Tools** - Everyone in the company has a budget for a computer, a motorized standing desk, Steelcase Leap office chair, external monitor, and anything else you'd like to get your job done.\n\n**Health Benefits** - We pay 100% of your premiums for medical, dental and vision. \n\n**Paid Parental & Medical Leave** - including adoption\n\n**Retreats** - We get our whole company together once a year. We've had retreats in Iceland, Barcelona, and Romania. \n\n**Vacation** - Rest and recuperation is important. We offer unlimited paid time off with a 2-week minimum per year.\n\n**Diversity statement**\n\nAt Customer.io, we’re committed to building a diverse environment, and encourage minority applicants. So far, we have team members in France, Germany, Canada, and all over the US. Our CEO and CTO grew up in Singapore and Arkansas respectively, but met in New York City. Our company culture is always evolving; people from different backgrounds bring valued perspective and thoughtfulness to the work that we do and the culture we foster.\n\nCustomer.io provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability or genetics. In addition to federal law requirements, Customer.io complies with applicable state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment in every location in which the company has facilities. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation and training. Basically, we follow the law, but also like you for who you are!\n\n**Come Join Us!**\n\nApply below, and make sure you tell us why you’re interested in the position! We’ve added a few questions that will also help us understand how you think. \n\n- Provide a resume or LinkedIn profile\n- Provide a portfolio or a few work samples\n- What’s the difference between an atom and a molecule?\n- When are you allowed to break the grid?\n- What do you think is the most interesting (or least interesting, red-herring) debate going in design today? \n- Creamy or crunchy peanut butter?\n


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Doubledot Media (SaleHoo.com's parent company) is a New Zealand-based company creating online eCommerce tools for people looking to start their own online businesses. We’re based in Christchurch, but over 95% of our team work remotely from various places around the world. (Living in the future FTW!)\n\nWe have a Product Manager position responsible for managing and owning various products and applications under SaleHoo.com\n\nWe want to hear from people who have a great eye for detail, passion for and intelligence with data and an up-to-the minute knowledge of the latest and greatest techniques in user experience design and development in eCommerce. You should be someone who relishes having major input on several different projects, delights in producing first-class user experiences and continually tries to make each new project better than the last.\n\n**Responsibilities include:**\n* Designing product strategy through assessment of users, market trends and competitive opportunities.\n* Defining both long-term strategy and short-term plans to achieve the product vision and deliver business results.\n* Executing all product lifecycle processes from concept to launch.\n* Delivering innovation in features, usability and product performance.\n* Being the internal and external advocate for our products.\n* Developing comprehensive product feature plans and actions to achieve business goals.\n* Monitoring key performance metrics to ensure a high level of product performance.\n\n**Other important requirements for this role are:**\n* Excellent written English and a friendly manner in writing. You should be able to build a rapport with customers, other staff and stakeholders.\n* Common sense and the ability to "read between the lines" to understand what customers are concerned about.\n* Meticulous attention to detail. Your spelling and grammar should be top notch.\n* Good time management skills. Since this can be a remote working position, you'll need to be organised, motivated and (dare we say) a "self-starter".\n\n**If you think you have the following, we want to hear from you:**\n* Experience managing eCommerce website or SaaS products from creation through to launch.\n* An excellent analytical brain and the ability to spot trends and come up with hypotheses that "normal" people wouldn't see.\n* The ability to translate broad product vision into clear and meaningful plans.\n* A strong user focus and empathy with customers.\n* Excellent communication skills, including the ability to converse with technical staff.\n* The ability to translate requests from non-technical staff into elegant and functioning websites.\n* Deep experience with Amazon, eBay, Shopify, Alibaba or similar products.\n* Skill with prototyping interfaces and webpage designs (sketching and wireframes).\n\nLook forward to hearing from you :)


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InfoTrust


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\nYour Job:\n\nWe are looking for a UI/UX designer to work with our team to take business requirements for new product features and translate them into user flows, wireframes, and final mockups/graphics that can be delivered to the development team. \n\n\nAbout Us:\n\nInfoTrust is a digital analytics and marketing technology company. We have a SaaS product that we built in-house that helps some of the biggest brands in the world to understand their analytics infrastructure better, set up reporting, and manage their data governance. Check it out at taginspector.com\n\n\nRequirements:\n\n\n* Solid understanding of user-centered and web design principles\n\n* Ability to create architecture diagrams, wireframes, prototypes, and screen flows based on user research\n\n* 3+ years of experience in a UI/UX role specifically with a SaaS product\n\n* Examples of products worked on and visual design shipped\n\n\n\n\n\nWe are not looking for a developer - for this project you are only going to be designing the UX and our front-end team will do coding.\n\n\nDetails of this contract role:\n\nHours: We are in Cincinnati, OH and are looking for someone that is available during normal working hours for roughly approximately 20 hours a week.\n\nProject Duration - 4-6 months


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Hotjar


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Valletta

javascript

 

full time

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**Note:** Although this is a remote position, we are currently only seeking candidates in European timezones between UTC-2 and UTC+4.\n\n\n\nWe are looking for an ambitious and driven Product Designer who is passionate about creating simple and elegant solutions to complex problems which will help design the future of Hotjar – a solution used by thousands of users worldwide. Product designers serve a vital role here by creating simple, engaging experiences, iteratively improving the user journey, and crafting every product detail. We appreciate designers who think in systems, are eager to validate their work, can communicate effectively, and love collaboration and feedback.\n\n\n\nHotjar is a rapidly growing startup which gives thousands of website owners, teams and professionals the tools needed to discover how their visitors are really using their sites. This is an excellent remote career opportunity in a key position where you can make a difference in the UX community and industry.\n\n\n\n**As a Product Designer, you will:**\n\n\n\n* Create thoughtful and appropriate solutions to design challenges of all sizes by translating research insights into simple and engaging user interfaces which satisfy user needs, business requirements and technical constraints.\n\n* Be a part of one of our multi­disciplinary product teams to lead the design process, facilitate design discussions and validate product/experience changes and improvements.\n\n* Produce engaging experiences using design flows, sketches, prototypes to collect feedback, and iteratively improve and support the design process.\n\n* Translate wireframes and experiences into high-fidelity visual composites with attention to interaction design which follow style and brand guidelines.Collaborate with design leadership, stakeholders, and engineers in an iterative, transparent and feedback-driven process.\n\n\n\n**Compensation Range**\n\n\n\nThe budgeted compensation range for this role is €50,000 to €70,000 annually based on your experience and skill level. Ranges are based on market research and are equitable to other roles within Hotjar. The actual compensation offered to a successful candidate will be based on relative experience and skills. At this time we are only able to provide official employment status to those located in Malta. All other candidates will join our team as full-time consultants and will be responsible for paying any taxes or applicable fees where they reside. \n\n#Salary and compensation\n - /year\n\n\n#Location\nValletta


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Action Verb


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\nHi! We’re Action Verb.\n\nWe build two Infrastructure-as-a-Service Platforms that empower organizations worldwide.\n\nOur products include BrickFTP, a hosted file sharing service for business, and Vae Platform, a unique web hosting platform with an integrated CMS system.\n\nOur company consists of 15 (but growing to 19 by the end of the year) full time USA-based staff, as well as sales and support outposts in France, Germany, and Latin America.\n\nOur infrastructure platforms are used by over 2,000 enterprises and SMBs, including Mozilla, Canonical, UPS, DirecTV, GoPro, Marriott, and more.\n\nOur Success Strategy\n\nWe’ve been able to achieve the rare combination of high double-digit annual growth and industry leading profitability.\n\nWe do it by aggressively recruiting the absolute best and brightest people and structuring our company in a way that makes them want to work here forever.\n\nIt’s easy to say, but exceptionally hard to execute. Here’s how we do it.\n\nWe Practice Holacracy\n\nWe are one of the early adopters of Holacracy, a new style of running an organization in a self-organizing manner that draws inspiration from agile software development and lean manufacturing processes.\n\nRather than hiring people for exactly one job description, we instead look to find well rounded team members with skills in software engineering, design, marketing, sales, and our other needs who are interested in filling multiple roles within the organization.\n\nAs a self-organizing team, our people have multiple roles and our role descriptions are regularly updated via small iterations. As their interests change and our needs change, the roles people fill change dynamically over time.\n\n"Most startups believe in iteration of their products. Now they need to apply the same thinking to their organizations."\n– Adam Pisoni, Yammer co-founder & CTO\n\nHolacracy is not unstructured: you’ll have a clear understanding of your current roles and responsibilities, as well as a set of rules and processes for changing those roles and responsibilities in real time.\n\nEven though Holacracy is a lot to learn, we have a great onboarding process and the rest of our team will guide you through your first few months. You’ll also have the opportunity to attend a weeklong official Holacracy training event at our expense.\n\nMORE ABOUT OUR HOLACRACY PRACTICE→\n\nWe also practice Open Book Management, meaning that we share the exact details of our Balance Sheet and P&L Statement with our entire team in real-time, ensuring that our staff has the data they need to treat the business as if it were their own.\n\nMORE ABOUT OPEN BOOK MANAGEMENT→\n\nOur team members work from home and choose their own hours, allowing them to make time for family, recreation, vacations, or anything that is important to them.\n\nEvery full-time team member gets 10 company-wide holidays per year as well as 20 paid time off days intended to be used for vacations. Go have fun. Don’t work all the time.\n\nOur team members also work hard, are constantly learning, and accomplish a ton for the company in the time that they are working.\n\nOur team spends at least 12 days together face-to-face per year at four to six in-person meetings spread out through the year and hosted all over the country. We try to do these meetings in cities that are fun to visit. In the last few years, we’ve been to Austin, Orlando, Minneapolis, San Diego, Las Vegas, New York City, Detroit, and Fort Lauderdale.\n\nDesign Skills We’re Looking For\n\nThis position is designed to appeal to designers who are not afraid to get their hands dirty writing code. You will be working on web applications, mobile apps, desktop apps, marketing websites, and email.\n\nWe are looking for candidates who bring the following skills to the table:\n\n\n* Experience with web application design, marketing website design, and offline (print) design\n\n* Comprehensive understanding of UI/UX principles\n\n* Solid web front-end development skills in HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. Even though we have a great team to help you integrate your designs with our applications, in order to be a great application designer, we expect that you can implement enough JavaScript to make your designs come to life (even in a basic way).\n\n* Experience and interest in both actual application design and marketing design. We want our designers to be able to work on both sides.\n\n* History designing and supporting actual applications that have seen production usage with a large userbase.\n\n\n\n\nOur best applicants tend to have at least 5 years history of producing marketing websites and web or mobile applications.\n\nWe expect to see an extensive portfolio that includes both static websites and applications.\n\nSome of Our Core Beliefs\n\nWe believe that everyone in the company should have programming skills. We want everyone here to be able to take their ideas and bring them to life. For designers, that means you have to be able to write code. It doesn’t mean you have to be an expert, but you should at least be able to implement intermediate-level jQuery and also work with React.\n\nWe believe that allowing and supporting 100% remote work gives us access to great people we wouldn’t otherwise be able to hire. We tend to hire folks who are later in their careers, which means they usually have their family established somewhere. By offering remote work, we can hire the best people, no matter where they’re located.\n\nWe believe that the best way we can acquire top talent is by being an amazing place to work. Work from home, travel with the team, and surround yourself with top tier people at Action Verb. Read about everything we’ve done to make working at Action Verb great.\n\nWe believe that building great infrastructure and platform products requires a great internal infrastructure. We have Continuous Integration, a full staging environment, and considerable test coverage. We built our own application deployment system. We self-manage our server environment on Amazon Web Services and custom hardware.\n\nWe believe that engineers should support what they build. We expect our teammates to take responsibilty for the engineering decisions they make. If there are performance problems in production, nobody should have to chase anyone down. All engineers participate in a 24/7 on-call rotation and all engineers speak to customers.\n\nWe believe in building products that we actually use ourselves. We are our own toughest critics and we put all of our products through their paces every day.\n\nREAD THE REST OF OUR CORE BELIEFS→\n\nSalary and Pay\n\nAs you might expect from a company that is so open, we also post our salary information right here in the job post. We will pay you $100,000 in your first year, plus a great benefits package, and a $2,500 signing bonus to purchase a new computer.\n\nAfter your first year with Action Verb, we will update your salary based on the value that you have been able to demonstrate for the company. We continue to update salary levels every year. It is possible to reach a pay level of double the starting salary if you come in and absolutely crush it.\n\nWe fully pay for your health insurance (exact plan details depend on your state of residence), and we’ll pick up the tab for 50% of your spouse or family if they wish to also join the healthcare plan. We want your family to be healthy.\n\nWe recognize that other companies may offer higher initial salary offers or signing bonuses, but at Action Verb, we know that for our ideal candidate, the exact level of pay is just one criteria by which they choose where to work. Our goal is to offer the greatest work environment possible and pay people well enough to make it possible for them to join the team. Come learn our way of working, take on as many roles as you can, and establish yourself as a valuable asset to us. Then after your first year, we’ll re-evaluate your salary and make sure it’s more than fair, given the value you’ve been able to generate for the company.\n\nPlus, you can join Action Verb Risk Free because of our $7,500 Quitting Bonus Within Your First 90 Days.\n\nWe get it. Holacracy is new. Working remote is hard. We love these things about our culture, but you might not be sure if you do. Or maybe you just don’t trust us that we really do embody the Core Beliefs on this webpage. To our prospects who may be on the fence about joining Action Verb, we want to make one more offer to push you over the edge and convince you to join us.\n\nIf you don’t like working at Action Verb for any reason, quit within the first 90 days and receive a $7,500 quitting bonus. That should be enough to keep you and your family afloat while you decide on your next path. We hope that you won’t take us up on the offer, but we want you to feel good knowing that it’s there.\n\nReady To Apply?\n\nWorking here isn’t for everyone, but if you think it might be for you, please apply.\n\nWe only read cover letters in our first screening round, so make sure yours counts. The following are topics we’d like to see addressed in your cover letter:\n\n\n* Why does this opportunity specifically appeal to you?\n\n* How well do you align with Our Core Beliefs? Is there anything you would add or change?\n\n* Why would working remotely for Action Verb change your life for the better?\n\n* Are you familiar with Holacracy? Any questions or concerns?\n\n* What’s lacking in your current work arrangement that we could improve?\n\n* What are your philosophies on design?\n\n* What does designing great software look like?\n\n\n\n\nWe look forward to reading your letter!


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Aha


closed
Anywhere

full time

 

product manager

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Hotjar


closed
Malta

javascript

 

ui

 

ux

 
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We are looking for an ambitious and driven user interface designer who is passionate about creating engaging, consistent and memorable experiences. Hotjar is a rapidly growing startup that is giving thousands of website owners the tools needed to discover how their visitors are really using their website. In this role you will be iteratively improving the Hotjar user experience and helping us shape the product and company whilst growing with us.\n \nThis is an excellent remote career opportunity to join a fast growing startup in a key position and make a difference in the design community and industry.\n \nAs a User Interface Designer, you will:\n* Create thoughtful and appropriate solutions to design challenges of all sizes as you design and build beautiful and engaging user interfaces according to user needs, business requirements and technical constraints.\n* Work in one of our multi­disciplinary product teams and collaborate with our Director of Design, stakeholders, engineers and other designers in an iterative, transparent and feedback driven process.\n* Translate wireframes and experiences into highly-polished visual composites with a user-centered design methodology.\n* Build browser-tested user interfaces using HTML, CSS and basic JavaScript whilst following best practices and Hotjar’s code, style and brand guidelines.\n\n\n \n \n\n#Salary and compensation\n - /year\n\n\n#Location\nMalta


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Cache Ventures


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Los Angeles, CA, USA

ui

 

ux

 

full time

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