Dates & Timeline
We have projects coming up in the next few months where we can work with new teammates.
This is a remote gig but you'll need to get a few hours of overlap with our team on European working hours.
Depends on experience: we're not a hot startup, but our goal is to pay a competitive salary and a winning combination of perks and remote work!
At Hanno, we’re on a mission to become one of the world’s best remote teams and to create a humanised work culture for all kinds of designers and engineers.
We always try to find ways that let every teammate work on quality projects they really enjoy, while being supported by a great teamt. As well as having exciting design challenges to solve, we also aim to focus on purposeful, meaningful projects that create real social change. To find out more about our culture and the way we work, check out our Playbook.
We have many projects coming up this year where we need to work with great UX designers. You’ll work with the support of a design team, engineers and a project manager, but you’ll take responsibility for figuring out the best way to build a fantastically usable product.
What sort of stuff will you be working on?
We know “UX designer” is a vague term: what we mean is that while it’s great if you’re comfortable playing around with designs in Sketch, we don’t expect you to be leading UI design and art direction on a project. This is a ‘true’ UX role: you’ll need to be able to join the team in researching and studying what the business and its users need, then translate these insights into a great user experience.
- Conduct user research: recruit, schedule and talk to target users.
- Create personas and user journeys for the product.
- Define the medium and longer-term strategy for the way the product UX should work.
- Design wireframes and then clickable prototypes to meet business strategy goals (using Invision or a similar tool–no coding required)
- Validate and test prototypes with real users to make sure we’re on the right track.
- Several years of experience working on digital product UX with real-world projects or case studies that you can share with us.
- Willingness to get overlap with the team: you’ll be working together and they’ll be on a European timezone, so you’ll need to arrange for at least a few hours of overlap each day.
- Availability to work on projects for at least 20 hours a week eventually, even if we start off with a smaller commitment.
- Accents are fine, but you need to be a fluent English speaker. We work on tricky projects across multiple timezones, so great communication is a must.
Please note, this is an individual position and isn’t open to agencies. We’re also not interested in talking to recruiters.
p.s. A small (but important) note on diversity
One thing that we are committed to improving is the diversity of our team. We'd consider ourselves a pretty diverse bunch of people, geographically speaking: we have teammates of many different nationalities, working from multiple locations and with some very diverse personal interests.
We're keen on receiving applications from everyone regardless of their gender, race, location, age, sexual orientation, and background. So don't hesitate to get in touch :)