User Experience/Design | Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Some interesting things you may not know about us and our clients:
Why are user experience and design important to us?
It’s not often you see an Australian role that truly gives you the opportunity to help shape a global brand’s UX. You’ll also be working with one of the best and most experienced product teams in Australia.
Who are you?
You’ve worked on a range of web projects, guiding them from discovery and concepting, through to testing and implementation. While you’re happy conducting workshops, interviews, surveys and a range of other research activities, you’re happiest when you’re prototyping (ideally in Axure, front-end chops a bonus) and putting them in front of users.
Many people in UX-land talk the talk, but can’t walk the walk. But not you, and you’ve got the portfolio to prove it. You can show how you broke down complex user problems to create simple yet powerful user interfaces, worked with engineering teams to bring your vision to life and generally got things done, regardless of the challenges. Like a Boss.
Your mission if you choose to accept it:
You’ll work on a range of ecommerce projects across desktop and mobile, working closely with our product managers and engineering. What you create matters and will make a difference, not just to our users but to our company. This is a fantastic opportunity to be part of an amazingly talented team, and help drive the user experience of one of the biggest ecommerce platforms in the world.
You will be part of our product team led by our VP of Product - Asok Boopathy a PayPal escapee who relocated from Silicon Valley to work with us.
What are our founders like?
Eddie and Mitch have been business partners for over 10 years. They met on IRC and decided to partner up when they realised they were both building similar products. They are not arrogant, they love working with smart people, they are very good at motivating the team, and they will treat you like an equal. If you have the desire to one day go out and take a shot at your own startup you will learn a lot from these two.