Design Lead Dualog
UX UITroms, Norway, EU, Remotea month ago
Dualog provides innovation at sea delivered with passion. We exist to bring ships and shore closer, with the bold ambition to see Dualog on all ships. The biggest shipping companies globally and thousands of seafarers use Dualog services daily to run business-critical operations and stay in touch with colleagues and loved ones ashore.
We have four offices around the world, as well as remote workers. Working for Dualog, you can opt to work from one of our offices or remotely.
As a Design Lead at Dualog you understand and cherish the power of design, and the importance of focusing on the user. You understand how to create healthy design processes that will yield high quality designs, and have experience in building and maintaining a design system used by the different product teams.
You will be responsible for the design team, design processes, and the design system. You will be a crucial part of ensuring an exceptional quality in Dualog's services.
The design team faces unique challenges in solving problems for a global userbase on ships and in shipping companies. You will work on solutions to complex problems for users in different cultures and work environments.
- Lead the design work at Dualog
- Create new designs and oversee other design work
- Communicate design intent to both internal and external teams. Rationalise design work and advocate for users' needs.
- Own, define, and promote the design system to product teams throughout the company
- Deliver the designs for each release by following through on details with the developers and drive fit-and-finish polish
- Experience using UI tools like Figma, Sketch, Framer, etc.
- Understanding of user-centered design principles
- Must be a systematic thinker
- Bachelor's Degree in web design, interaction design, UI/UX design, or evidence of exceptional design ability
- Demonstrate amazing visual and interaction design sensibilities
- Self-motivated, able to work independently but also in highly collaborative environments