Applicants must reside in: Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Luxembourg, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Ukraine, United Kingdom, United States
Can you create visually harmonic web interfaces? Are you comfortable doing high-level conceptual explorations one day and ‘perfecting pixels’ the next?
We’re looking for a UI web designer to be the primary person responsible for the designs of baymard.com and Baymard Premium, our research subscription service.
You’ll essentially be responsible for the interface design of Baymard’s end-user experience — making our research a pleasure to use for the thousands of web professionals that rely on it, all the way from the independent freelance web designer to the UX Director of a Fortune 500 company.
Examples of What You'll Be Doing
Below are some concrete examples of what typical design tasks would look like:
If you enjoy such challenges, you’ll be the perfect candidate.
At Baymard you’ll be working alongside a team of dedicated usability researchers that conduct cutting-edge e-commerce research used by UX teams at some of the biggest brands in the world (clients include Amazon, Home Depot, Nike, Lenovo, Etsy, etc). Your job will be creating the designs for new features and refining the existing designs of Baymard’s web platform.
Specifically, we’re looking for candidates who possess the following skills and personal traits. The numbers in brackets indicate the weighted importance of each on a 7-point scale (higher = more important). These weights reflect how candidates will be evaluated, so make sure your application illustrates your prowess in the highest-weighted skills and traits.
Skills for this position:
Traits we’re looking for:
We furthermore expect you to be fluent in english, comfortable working remotely via digital platforms, and willing to do a few yearly travels for team meetups (expect 1-3 weeks of travel each year).
Interest in UX research and e-commerce is a small bonus, but no experience or skills are necessary in this area as you’ll work with (and have the option to learn from) the best in the industry.
Salary: in accordance with qualifications.
Start date: as soon as possible.
Baymard Institute provides you with 32,000+ hours of large-scale e-commerce UX research – uncovering what designs cause usability issues, how to create “State of the Art” e-commerce experiences, and how your UX performance stacks up against leading e-commerce sites.
Baymard’s research is used by more than 3,000 e-commerce companies, researchers, and UX designers, from 80+ countries, and includes 71% of all Fortune 500 companies within e-commerce (including Sears, Home Depot, Etsy, Nike, etc.)
Apply here: http://bit.ly/2F8yUCj
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