Team Lead Product Design (m/f) // Outfittery
OUTFITTERY is Europe’s largest Personal Shopping Service for men. We know that shopping isn’t a pleasure for every man. This is why we set a clear goal: a world where men have time for the important things in life and are still well-dressed.
As team lead for our product design team, you will be responsible for 3 UX/UI Designer and to ensure an efficient working together with our Engineering and Product departments. Next to strategical, personnel and conceptual responsibilities you will also create, improve and extend designs for new and existing products.
- Lead product design projects and manage multiple work streams
- Develop and perform usability sessions, conduct user research with stakeholders and customers
- Work on wireframes, UI, graphics and UX flows
- Facilitate product ideation through multi-disciplinary design workshops
- Become the go-to person when it comes to Product Design including processes, creativity and collaboration
- Mentor and coach colleagues, as well as reviewing working practices to ensure team success
- Drive proactively cooperation with product managers and the collaboration with other departments
- Extensive design experience in a consumer-focused, high performance organization
- Worked in cross-functional organizations with business focus
- Experience in leading design projects, art direction, conducting design reviews and mentoring team members
- Be a great communicator who can inspire through visuals and design concepts
- Entrepreneurial and self-driven personality with excellent creativity and user focus
- An international and smart team which is eager to revolutionize shopping for men
- A transparent company culture with highly motivated colleagues, which work on our ambitious goals
- An exciting and responsible role, with great impact
- An honest and open feedback culture and individual development opportunities
Intrigued? Then send us your application with your salary expectations, possible starting date and your portfolio. Your contact person is Josephine Hauch.