About KivraWe believe that digital post makes life easier for both the sender and the recipient, while at the same time contributing to a more sustainable world. Over 1 billion envelopes are sent every year, in Sweden alone. This means a carbon footprint, with an impact on the environment. We do believe that there’s a better and more sustainable way to do this. And that’s why we created Kivra.
What you’ll doYou will be a part of our design team of UX, UI, product designers. You’ll be a part of pushing our design process, user centricity and design culture by actively engaging in design teamwork. You will collaborate with designers and developers to build a consistent UI and experience across the whole customer journey. Additionally you will help shape the user centric design culture, strengthen the design team and shape the future for a service used by millions of people.
User research is the foundation of our product development at Kivra. You will therefore use qualitative and quantitative research methods as well as conducting user testing to evaluate concepts and drive decision making. Customer journey mapping and facilitating workshops are hopefully a natural part of your design process e.g. to map impact goals and push innovation.
We’re looking forWe’re looking for a UX designer who will help us take Kivra to the next level. Kivra has grown rapidly during the past years. With more than 3 million users and over 15 000 companies and organizations communicating with their customers through our service. This means that we are stepping up pretty much everything from design methodology, user experience to visual design right now.
You will be a part of collecting insights and turn them into value-adding features and actionable deliverables. We expect you to take ownership and team up with our developers and be the go-to person in UX related questions. If this sounds like it’s just about everything you want to do. We want to meet you. Like right now.
Furthermore we think that you have:
- At least 4 years of experience as a UX designer or similar.
- A strong understanding of user experience, interaction design and research methods.
- A background from working in a cross functional teams with agile processes and user centric methods.
- Navigation skills when to use qualitative and quantitative data to verify hypothesis and drive the design decisions forward.