Are you a curious designer who’s eager to make an impact on society? You want to specialise in user interface design? Then GRRR is looking for you.
As a UI designer intern you will work on websites and apps for big and small clients. Within our experienced team you will find support and inspiration to create quality work. You’ll get plenty of room for initiative in a passionate, ambitious and energetic atmosphere. This internship is perfect to grow and become a better digital designer.
Designing at GRRR
In design we strive to be leaders, not followers. And we’ve got awards to prove it – damn this sounds arrogant, sorry. We believe that perfection is boring, so we put a human touch to everything we do. We make ambitious plans possible and scary changes likable.
As UI designer intern, you will be taking part in projects from idea and concept phase, all the way to final polish. You will work with our experienced staff of designers, art directors, strategists, developers and project managers.
Want to find out more about our team? Here you can read an interview with our design lead Joséphine.
GRRR, an agency for Meaningful Matters
We believe that the world should be and can be cleaner, more honest and more inclusive. We combine strategy, design & tech. And we only work with clients that go for positive social impact. And yeah, everybody is talking about impact these days, so that’s why we became a Certified B-Corp to prove our claim. We’re based in central Amsterdam, but our team is living all over.
Do apply if
- You want to craft digital products along experienced designers.
- You want to experience a creative digital agency from the inside.
- You know your digital tools. Figma is a must.
- You can think in modules and systems.
- You like to work on multiple projects at the same time.
- You are available for a period of minimum 4 months.
GRRR is fostering a diverse working environment and is an equal opportunity employer. We encourage applicants from all backgrounds and identities to apply.
If you have any questions, please contact Joséphine Broesby-Olsen. Sharing this page is greatly appreciated.