So what exactly is this job?
GooseChase is redefining interactive experiences to make the world more fun, playful and human. Working closely with our Head of Product Design, Hannah Catmur, our Product Designers are key to driving and fulfilling that purpose.
Playing a senior role within our Product Development team, you will be responsible for making a contribution to our product design operations by enhancing how we work; leading our design maturity and evolving our design systems, a critical piece of our long-term vision.
We’re fortunate to have some of the most passionate people on the planet as our customers. Your role will be to harness that enthusiasm by creating experiences which delight and excite making GooseChase more than just an (amazing) product, but a home for all things ‘interactive experiences’.
Ideally you will have experience within a start-up environment and can demonstrate your experience of user testing, shipping products and working with agile delivery teams.
Enough about us, over to you
We understand that relevant experience comes in all shapes and sizes and the ability to do the job is really what matters. With that in mind, we aren’t going to put together a generic list of all the requirements that we’re looking for with this job, but here are a few things that you might want to think about or ask yourself before deciding if we are right for you:
- You understand how to bring others onto your design journey and challenge assumptions to help get the best possible solutions for users.
- You have a passion for continuous learning and want to continue pushing creative boundaries.
- You enjoy leveraging user testing as a way of identifying and recognizing opportunities to enhance the customer journey.
- Are you happy to work as part of a distributed team and know what great communication and collaboration look like?
- Can you get down with an uncomfortable amount of goose puns?
Ok, the last one isn’t super work related, but we honestly do have a lot of goose puns. It’s one of our favourite parts of our culture.