Senior Product Designer - Fully Remote, Liverpool

Published 2022-05-14
Expires 2022-06-14
ID #996368825
Senior Product Designer - Fully Remote, Liverpool
United Kingdom, Merseyside, Liverpool,
Published May 14, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Senior product designer - fully remote
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Click here to watch the video version of this job post. VEED.IO is an online video editing platform that makes creating videos easy and accessible to everyone. Millions of people around the world use our products to tell stories, create content, grow their audience, and more. Most of these people had no experience making videos before This means we need to make it super simple, and design plays a major role in that. We're at a super interesting stage right now: 2 years ago we had no staff and no money, and now things are going super well: We’re the fastest growing video editor in the world, we’re making good revenue, with just 4 product designers. As our user base grows, so does our talented team — we'd love for you to be a part of that journey. We're looking for a Senior Product Designer to help us build and improve our products. We're shifting from building "just" a video editor to building a suite of tools that allow anyone to make great videos, so there’s a ton of work to do. Do you want to help build the video tools of the future? This is your chance. Reach out if you If you love creating simple experiences that anyone can use. We believe that design is our differentiator — there are a lot of tools out there already, but they're all confusing and super hard to use. With our editor, recorder, live streaming and other tools, we think that making this simple will change the game. This unlocks an entirely new group of creators. If you like diving into a wide variety of problems. From figuring out a how to optimize a flow, to designing an entirely new product. If you're excited about building tools that help people tell their story, if you don't mind working a little scrappy, if you like to design based on vision, talking to users and data, we would love to talk to you If you love shaping what design is at VEED. We're only just getting started — right now is a great time to join us. You'll be one of the first few designers here, so you can grow along with our company and make a massive impact. Imagine if you were one of the first designers at Figma — this is like that. Requirements The most important thing is that you are passionate about what we're building If you're excited about the opportunity, but don't fit all of the criteria here, please reach out. You're a generalist designer. We’re pretty early-stage, which means we're looking for people who enjoy the entire design process. You have to be comfortable in ambiguous environments and designing many different things. You're a team player. We work in multi-disciplinary teams — you'll work with a group of super-talented PMs, designers, engineers and researchers. Together you'll have to solve really complex problems, so you need to communicate well and be able to have good discussions with domain experts. You're a learner. No week is the same here at VEED, and we're all constantly learning as we go. You have to be infinitely curious and excited about figuring stuff out with us. As we're building the product, we'll probably get some things wrong here and there. That's all good, as long as we learn from them. You have a proven track record. We're a young company and at this stage, we need people that have been through this before. You've worked on successful products, and made them even better. Bonus points if you’ve worked on something that is in some way similar: like a photo editor or a product that involves storytelling. Benefits Work remotely? Work from home with your dog? Work in a cafe? Need a few days off? Swap a weekday for a weekend? Working a half-day? All of the above is 100% good for us Our entire team is remote (and always has been). This is our work from home view everyday We are happy as long as you’re happy. You will have the freedom and autonomy you need to make decisions and do your best work. Our team is smart, energetic, extremely talented and driven. We don’t take ourselves too seriously, but we all love what we do. Oh, one more thing We would really encourage applications from ALL candidates. Our team is diverse in every way possible and we want to keep it that way :)

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