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REO

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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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Circuit


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πŸ’° $90k - $100k

ux research

 

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product

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**About us**  \nCircuit's on a path to completely rebuilding the delivery experience, an area that hasn't seen any significant change in decades.\n \nGone will be the days where you need to wait in all day to receive a package, where you have to wait for 3 failed attempts to be able to pick it up from the depot, or where you're forced to stay in to sign for something you consider unimportant.\n \nAlready powering 250M deliveries per year, and rapidly scaling to 1B and beyond, this is an opportunity to join a fast-growing company set to influence the lives of hundreds of millions of people.\n \n**Why you should join**  \nCircuit is a product-led company. Since day one, we've focussed on solving user needs in the best way possible. We believe the best way to grow the business is to create world-class products that provide our users with the most value. We can proudly say this has earned us a 4.7/5 rating, and 50,000 subscribed users - making Circuit the fastest growing app in its category.\nYou'll join the product team alongside 2 designers, and help shape the future of the products as well as the product team.\n \n**About you**  \nYou're passionate about making products that solve hard problems, and take great ownership in doing so. You care about holistically understanding the problem space and building deep knowledge of our different types of users. You want to uncover the problems that need solving the most, and understand it so well that designing a great solution becomes almost trivial.\n \nAs a UX Researcher, you’ll be involved in almost every aspect of our product development. You help with strategic decisions by collaborating on hypotheses and conducting research to make sure we’re operating on top of a deep level of user understanding. You help during the building phase by validating our solutions as early as possible, and continuously collaborating with the team. \n \nYou help us bring the products to their global maximum, not their local maximum. \n \n**What you’ll be doing**  \n- Dive into our products, users, and industry and come up with hypotheses autonomously\n- Be involved in the early and late stages of product development to form and/or catch hypotheses\n- Find the most effective and efficient way of validating our assumptions, both qualitative and quantitative\n- Work with design and engineering and decide on the easiest possible mockups or prototypes that get us the maximal amount of learnings \n- Conduct regular user tests and interviews \n- Occasional field research (once it’s safe to do)\n- Share your findings in a way that’s easy to consume for the rest of the team, so we’re always operating on a shared understanding of our users\n- Find ways to make the product more efficient, to the point of shaving milliseconds of core interactions \n\n**You'll be successful if** \n- You help ship products that are better at solving our users problems\n- You help speed up product development by taking out a lot of the guesswork\n \n**We’re looking for someone with**  \n- 5+ years experience as UX Researcher\n- Strong knowledge of UX methodologies, both qualitative and quantitative\n- Strong written communication skills\n- Experience working together closely with designers \n- Understanding of effective product development\n- Knowledge of design tools (Figma) to turn existing designs into testable prototypes\n\n**Nice to have**\n- Previous experience working in a startup\n- Previous experience leading a UXR team\n- Used to working remote - fully and permanently\n \n**We offer**  \n- $91k Salary\n- Equity and Stipend\n- Fully remote work\n- The ability to work flexibly\n- Swift decision making and flat hierarchies\n- A high degree of autonomy in your work\n\n \n\n#Salary and compensation\n$90,000 — $100,000/year\n\n\n#Location\nGmt+-4


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# What we do\nOverleaf is a social enterprise that builds modern collaborative authoring tools for scientists β€” 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 β€” 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 Β£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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Filestage

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product design

 
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# About Us\nAt [Filestage](https://filestage.io) we believe that broken workflows poison teams with miscommunication, friction, and frustration. Our mission is to fuel creative teams with a rock-solid workflow. With our software, we empower people to produce great results together and build healthy and meaningful relationships at work. \n\nOver 500 companies (and growing!) all over the world like Lufthansa, Canadian Tire or Rabobank benefit from happier and more productive employees with Filestage. We work hard to build great things togetherβ€”and make time to celebrate our accomplishments.\n\n\n# Responsibilities\n **You play a key role in defining and building the future of our product.** This is an opportunity to have a big impact and to shape how we simplify the daily work-life of thousands of professionals.\n\n**You drive product solutions that service the goals of both the users and the company.** You’re collaborating closely with product and engineering teammates to work on the strategy and execution of features.\n\n**You create an outstanding user experience for product improvements.** You conduct user research, design user flows, create visual designs, and measure the success of your improvements.\n\n**You run product experiments** in cross-functional squads to achieve business, product and user goals.\n\n**You build strong relationships** with our community of passionate customers to dive deep into their pain points, needs and use cases. \n\n# Requirements\n**You have a holistic understanding of product design.** You have more than 3 years of professional experience in product or UX design and can't wait to learn more.\n\n**You work well with lots of questions and few answers.** No problem is too big or too hard. You take ownership and are able to bring things to completion in strong collaboration with your teammates. \n\n**You’re hungry to learn** and strive to continuously improve, iterate, and integrate what you learn. \n\n**You’re a strong communicator** and have experience collaborating with a distributed team.\n\n**You have empathy and resilience.** You have empathy for our customers, to build a product they’ll love. You have empathy for our coworkers, to build a workplace we’ll love. And resilience to be able to take feedback from anywhere, consider it gracefully, and fold it into your thinking and your work.\n\n# This is what you get\n**Work from where you are happiest and enjoy a flexible day schedule**. We are a fully distributed team, working from different locations and time zones, each individual following their personal daily schedule.\n\n**Work with teammates across the world. **At Filestage, you broaden your horizons and build relationships with teammates around the world.\n\n**We meet up in real life.** We all travel together at least once a year at our team retreat to have fun and get to know each other.\n\n**We build and maintain a strong team culture.** Our working culture is based on our three core values: We are keen to learn, We take ownership and We play fair.\n\n**Your opinion matters.** We trust our team members to make the best decisions to achieve their goals. We don’t micromanage.\n\n**You learn and grow continuously** by solving complex problems together with highly talented minds.\n\n**Are you tired of useless meetings and slow decision making? **We have flat hierarchies, no bullshit meetings and iterate quickly.\n\n#Location\n🌏 Worldwide


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Over


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ux

 
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[Over](http://madewithover.com) puts the power to inspire the world, build a business, or grow your brand – in the palm of your hand. Whether for personal or professional use, you can create captivating visual content in just a few taps, with no design experience necessary.\n \nOur users are ambitious, driven, and highly creative go-getters, entrepreneurs and dreamers, and we make it our mission to ensure they’re equipped with the tools and knowledge to make their mark on the world – whatever that may be. \n \nWe have an incredibly talented team of inspiring individuals, who have worked tirelessly to make Over into the wonderful product it is today. Together, we’re inspiring the world to create, one design at a time.\n \nWhile the intuition, vision and instincts of our founders and product team have gotten us to a million daily active users, we recognise a need to scale our understanding of our users and our product’s role in their lives. \n \nTo that end, we are establishing a design centered User Experience Research team, to begin delivering continuous user insights and – more importantly – solutions to our product teams. \n\nOver is:\n🎲 Fun\nWe think everything should make you smileβ€”from using the app and getting support to working here. \n\nπŸš€ Passionate\nWe’re a little bit obsessive, at times uncompromising, but it’s all because we care intensely about our customers, our team, the experience, design, branding, social media, and the world.\n\nπŸ‘¨πŸ½β€πŸŽ¨ Creative\nWe’re always striving to be inspired and inspire others with great design, easy-to-use technology, and an awesome workplace.\n\nπŸ’š Kind/Gracious\nTo each other, our customers, our partners, the world. We believe that a little kindness goes a long way, so we try to spread a lot of it.\n\nπŸ˜„ Optimistic\nThe glass is always half full, and most of the time it’s overflowing. We believe that anything and everything is possible if you put your whole heart and mind into it.\n\n# Responsibilities\n **Main responsibilities:**\n\n* Create and maintain research-informed personas at both a global and local scale in key markets\n* Conduct user research, assimilate insights and propose designs and solutions based on these\n* Establish both moderated and self guided research best practises and processes\n* Work with Product Managers and Data Science to identify areas of knowledge and empathy gaps.\n* Promote a culture of user empathy and understanding within Over\n* Build and iterate high-quality prototypes, drawing on feedback from user testing\n* Define and produce information architecture, user journeys, interaction flows and wireframes \n\n# Requirements\n**Skills, competencies, and experience:**\n\n* 3-5 Years of UX design with a strong research focus \n* You’ve conducted user research at small and large scales with respondents numbering in the thousands to tens of thousands.\n* You have demonstrable experience designing and executing both moderated and unmoderated user research.\n* You’re solutions oriented - capable of synthesising a number of datapoints into a path or paths of action.\n* Demonstrable strength at systems thinking\n* Strong UX design capabilities\n


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# Our Product\n\nWe are building an address book for the 21st century. Digital address books are broken. Just like old paper versions, in 2017 everyone still manages their own contact list. When friends change their numbers, you have to update them on your phone. When you change your phone number you have to manually tell everyone. If you are travelling and have a temporary SIM card you may be uncontactable. If you're like us, you have lots of numbers in your address book and can't remember exactly who they belong to. You have no idea who has your contact information.\n\n# About Us\n\nWe are a stealth mode startup working on solving these problems. Our aim is to launch our first product in the summer of 2017. We are funded by a successful serial entrepreneur. We are working remotely with team members based in Cambridge, UK and Berlin, Germany.\n\n# The Role\n\nYou will join our team as our first Product Designer. You will take the lead in crafting the user experience, working collaboratively with the rest of the team to deliver a quality product.\n\nThis is a remote role, and you will need to be available during European working hours. There may be some occasional travel to London. Initially this role is a contract/freelance position, with the possibility of becoming full time later this year. We are open to candidates who can work between 3 and 5 days per week.\n\n# What We're Looking For\n\n* A proven track record of user interface design, across a number of products that have been used by different demographics\n* Experience with prototyping and taking a product from the idea stage through to launch and beyond\n* Experience working with agile methodologies and collaborating with a software development team to release regularly and iterate on your designs\n* Ability to take the product's mission, user research and analytics data and translate into clear, simple UIs\n* Tenacity and the willingness to change your design based on learnings from real users\n* Strong knowledge of current UX best practices, including user research and accessibility across mobile and web


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