UI/UX Product Designer

Leadfeeder

We are a fast-growing startup based in Helsinki determined to make Leadfeeder a big thing globally. We have a solid international business and our customers love what we do for them with Leadfeeder.

We are looking for a talented UI/UX Product Designer to join our team. You can either be based in Helsinki, Finland or work remotely.

As a UI/UX Product Designer you would:

  • Design new user interfaces in the Leadfeeder app, both web and mobile.
  • Create wireframes and sketches of new ideas and features.
  • Work close with our frontend engineers and product manager on UI implementation and user experience.
  • Develop the Leadfeeder brand and ensure colours, iconography and typography in our product, website and marketing materials follow same guidelines.
  • Work with our product management and customer teams to understand user pain points and find solutions.

We hope you have

  • Excellent communication and teamwork skills (English)
  • Passion to build products that are visually delightful and easy to use.
  • Experience on designing SaaS and business product UI/UX
  • Amazing skills with design software such as Photoshop, Illustrator and Sketch. It’s your choice what to use.
  • Skills on web technologies: HTML, CSS.

It’s even better if you have:

  • Startup experience
  • Programming skills
  • A degree in product design, visual arts or relevant.
  • Familiarity with modern JavaScript frameworks and their capabilities. We user Ember.js.

What we offer you

  • Competitive base pay
  • Possibility to work remotely for everyone
  • An interesting and growing field of business
  • Great support from your new colleagues
  • A chance to be part of the next Finnish success story
  • Cool office in central Helsinki. Including bike storage.
  • Home Internet subscription
  • Fun events with the whole crew

If this is something for you, please apply below. If you have any questions don't hesitate to get in touch CTO Herkko Kiljunen herkko.kiljunen@leadfeeder.com (no recruiters please).