Service / UX Designer

As our Service / UX Designer you are someone who makes complex digital user experience problems simpler. This role focuses on turning human-centered research insights into interaction design concepts through sketching, prototyping and front-end development. In this role you work on a range of digital, large-scale and complex projects.


Some of your core activities

– Lead research, synthesize findings, and communicate insights to inspire teams, catalyze design, and fuel strategic decisions; 

– Provide valuable insights at the intersection of human needs, business and brand; 

– Turning human behavior and needs into real concepts; 

– Convey concepts through wireframes, flows, mockups and prototypes; 

– Selling ideas: articulate the value of design through verbal and visual presentation; 

– Prototype and experiment at different levels of fidelity. 


Your DNA

– Obsessed with what design and technology could do for people; 

– A systems thinker; you can logically visualize complex systems, user interaction flows and beautiful user interface; 

– You love solving big, hairy problems; 

– Passionate about building, prototyping, and continually evolving digital products; 

– Perfect team player: You love collaborating with and learning from other disciplines; 

– Ability to learn new tools and do self-guided work. 


Your toolbox 

– Articulate the value of design through verbal and visual presentation; 

– Be able to distinguish between “good” and “great” work and be able to articulate the difference; 

– Fluent in design tools, such as Sketch and Adobe Suite; 

– Fluent in creating quick and dirty interactive prototypes;

– Fluent in Dutch and English;

– A university degree in Industrial or Service Design;

– A minimum of 4 year professional experience.


Your cherry on top 

– Familiar with research methods, like interviews, running group conversations and remote user studies, or using social media to learn about people’s behaviors; 

– Passion for visual design; 

– Coding for web and/or mobile app experience (JavaScript/CSS/HTML etc.). 


26 aug 2020