We’re looking for an outstanding product designer to join our growing team. Our product has 30 million teachers and student users. This job is a unique opportunity to make a positive impact.
You will be adept at identifying user problems from customer feedback, interviews, usability tests and web analytics. You will have an evidence-based mind-set, experienced in running split tests and synthesing data. You will have excellent skills in visual design, but understand that the purpose of design is to solve problems, not make things look pretty. You will be able to create wireframes, prototypes or high-fidelity designs as appropriate to the task. You will be passionate about usability and see yourself as the advocate for our users. You will seek to deeply understand their motivations, triggers, aspirations, and goals.
You will have at least three years' experience in a web design role with at least one year's experience taking specific responsibility for interface design on a high traffic site or mobile app.Wordwall.net
automates the process of resource design, so teachers can simply enter the content that is appropriate for their class – a list of keywords, definitions, questions, or images. It then produces the content in over 60 different templates; for example, game-show quizzes, crosswords, labelled diagrams, and arcade games.
We seek to disrupt the publisher-driven model of paid-for “professionally” made educational content by putting high-quality content creation in the hands of teachers, and making that teacher-made content freely accessible through our online community.
We are a small team with big ambitions, who work remotely across the world. We’ve got a product that works and we’re building for the long-term. We want people who want to stick around, grow with us, and help make games-based learning accessible to all.
We value diversity within our team. We support flexible working arrangements - full or part time.
Real applicants only - please do not contact us if you represent an agency.