We’re on the lookout for a UX Designer to join our amazing UX
team. You will focus on building a world-class user experience for IoT,
wearables, and connected devices products.
You’ll have an assigned buddy, a person from your team who’ll help you onboard smoothly, get to know our company,
and enhance your skills. You will work in the Polish time zone
for our U.S.-based clients.
Requirements: 2+ years of commercial experience in UX design, good command of written and spoken English (min. B2).
Salary: 12-16,5K on B2B + up to 26 paid holidays or 10-13,5K gross on the contract of employment (UoP).
Perks and benefits:
remote/office (up to you), flexible working hours, additional 10 days
of paid sick leave on B2B, private medical care (PZU) and Multisport
card, English lessons with a native speaker, knowledge-sharing
activities (company library, internal and external hackathons,
conference budget, team sessions).
About us: we
are a software house that focuses on projects on the intersection of
physical and digital (like wearables and IoT). If you would like to
shape your own role, want to learn, and are not afraid to try and fail,
if you can speak up when something bothers you and you like the vibes of
working in a home-like environment – we are the place for you!
What you'll do:
- Build a world-class user experience for innovative products (a good UX and design really are one of our main focuses).
- Work with both startups and well-established companies on different IT projects including IoT, med-tech, and more.
- Gather business requirements and co-facilitate workshops.
- Create user flows, wireframes, and prototypes.
- Prepare audits, plan, and conduct UX research necessary for the project.
- Closely collaborate with designers, developers, and stakeholders.
- Plan and estimate new projects.
- Work in sync with the UI team.
Tools you’ll use:
- Figma, Miro.
- Jira, Confluence.
- Slack, Zoom, GSuite.
First 3 months at intent:
are really keen on having a mutual fit with you, so the general aim of
the first 3 months is to find out if we go together like peanut butter
and jelly. Joining intent means joining the people that create it, not a
specific project, so if the one you have does not fit you, you will
have a chance to change it.
For the first week, you
will be getting to know your team, the company and its values, and the
tools we use. You can count on HR, your buddy, and your team, in general,
to help you with all the new information. You will also receive your
first tasks. You can expect constant feedback coming from your leader.
each month passes, you will meet with an HR representative to share
your thoughts and impressions and to hear what others say about your
work. After the second month, your team leader and an HR person will
meet with you to discuss your probation period and the next steps we want to
take – continue cooperating with you, fix some issues we see or part
our ways. After the third month, you will be a fully-fledged intent
CV and portfolio analysis.
A screening call with an HR person (20-30 mins).
A short homework.
A technical interview (45 mins).
Final feedback received within a week after the interview.