We’re looking for
As a Senior Product Designer, you will become a part of our international Product Design team and of one of our cross-functional teams. As such you will be enjoying the support of a community of UX professionals while advancing on one of our product missions. The role will require outstanding interaction design skills, good interface design skills along with a strategic mentality to solve for customer and business problems as well as the ability to collaborate with product managers, engineers, researchers, writers, customer success specialists, and more.
Our product designers are strategic partners with the product manager and engineering lead in both discovery and delivery.
- Being experts in both UX and UI, they can influence the product strategy and participate in design-value proposition for the target customer segments.
- We work in cross-functional teams of eight to ten people, and use OKRS to define the metrics of success.
- We have a strong analytical department and love when design is based on data. We like to experiment with different creative testing mechanisms and design concepts and validate them with our users.
- Every Product Designer is expected to lead UX in their product area and partner with their PMs and Engineering leaders.
Product leadership offsite in Prague
Product design team dinner in Cyprus
How you'll make an impact
Leading product design strategy by evaluating and identifying the intersection of business needs, customer needs, and technical opportunities.
- Actively designing and building products by working closely with designers, product managers, and engineers.
- Constructing compelling artifacts (wireframes, conceptual diagrams, task flows, storyboards, etc.) that outline present conditions and proposed solutions to gain strategic alignment and encourage innovation within and across the organisation.
- Meeting with customers and development partners to validate designs and make iterative improvements.
- Participating in the continuous improvement of customer experience tools and processes, and scalable product design standards.
- Assisting in customer research activities during the planning, strategy development, and early design of solutions.
- Participating in design-thinking exercises to break through organisational silos and collaboratively seek sophisticated design challenges.
What Perks & Benefits can you count with
- Cafeteria (Benefit plus) 40,000 CZK annual budget
- „Lítačka“ transportation annual coupon reimbursement
- Private healthcare membership (Canadian Medical)
- Meal vouchers 4000 czk/month
- Life insurance plan
- Pension plan
- Sick leave compensation
- Parental leave
- Multisport card
- Mobile tariffs
Ready to become a Wriker?
All teams use Wrike to structure and execute work, and our main design tool is Figma. We like to generate and test hypotheses via UX research and analytics.
Product designers work primarily with their Dev team, consulting their ideas, process and designs with fellow designers during design reviews or show & tell sessions, where they provide feedback to each other. Product designers are strategic and collaborate from their very first ideas closely with the product manager. UX researchers support PM/PD about what tools and methods to use, helping them with their questions, as well as long-term strategic research.
Overall, decisions are made through cooperation and collaborative work. Priorities are set by the PM during a discussion with the team.
The team has the main hub in Prague, and an another one in Cyprus. We also have several team members in other locations in Europe.
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Ready to talk? Here's what's next:
1. Informal interview with a Recruiter on Zoom
We'll discuss your expectations & you'll get more information about the team and role.
2. Panel interview
For this interview, you will prepare a case study presentation for the team. This interview takes 90 minutes and could be broadly distributed as follows: 60 minutes: presentation of case studies, 15 minutes: questions by the panel, 15 minutes: candidate's questions.
3. Cultural interview
This is a 90-minute, non-technical discussion about you and company's values, our processes, set up, teams' challenges, plans, and structures.