Moodle is the world’s most trusted online learning solution. The engine of our ecosystem is Moodle LMS, the secure and customisable open source learning management platform used by over 300 million learners worldwide. Developed together with our community, Moodle LMS is complemented by an ecosystem of products including Moodle Workplace and a network of partners and services providing hosting, customisations and support.
As a Product/UX Designer at Moodle, you’ll contribute to making Moodle the world’s most loved and effective platform for learning.
You’ll have a significant role in improving the usability of software currently used by millions of people worldwide. As an advocate for the end user, you’ll conduct research into user behaviour and be the expert in understanding our users’ goals, needs, and pain points.
You’ll play an essential role in our product development team, providing new feature design, day-to-day design support to the team, and be part of a much bigger international community of contributing developers and Moodle Partners.
We are a product company and most of the people working at Moodle are part of a product team. With the pace of Moodle, no two days will ever be the same! But most days will involve a mix of:
Designing tools and features for both beginners and advanced Moodle users.
Demonstrating deep user empathy and effectively share user experience sensibilities with team members.
Working iteratively to solve complex business and technical problems through sketching, diagraming, wireframing and rapid prototyping.
Conducting frequent user research and usability testing and gather data to inform your design decisions.
Collaborating closely with developers, team leads, and other designers to ensure goals and deadlines are met.
...and having a laugh with your team...
Especially if you can talk to us about your:
Extensive experience as a Product Designer, UX/UI Designer or similar role
Experience as a UX Designer on a web application product
Experience with design principles including colour, layout, and typography
Experience with tightly defined pattern libraries and style guides
Be a fun and friendly person who likes the sound of a very social team
Be an enthusiastic communicator: This role is a voice of the customer within the team
Be a creative person who looks forward to joining a team with high standards
Have a great design portfolio showcasing detailed case studies and test and fail processes leading up to the end solution
Some other things that are important to us:
You are fluent in English.
You communicate well in writing. Not only because we work asynchronously, but also because you will document design requirements and write the occasional blog post.
Ideally, you are located somewhere in Europe, or at least, not too many time zones away. This is important for this position since our team operates primarily in the CET timezone.