ED Design is a future-driven design and innovation agency. We design smart vehicles, products, services and working environments for clients such as ABB, Fingrid, Hyster-Yale, Thermo Fisher Scientific, Valtra, and Viessmann.

Our approach to all our assignments is  user-centred and holistic. We are a strategic partner whose competence is reflected in the success of our customers and in the numerous international design awards we have received.

Now we are looking for a

DIGITAL SERVICE DESIGNER

to work in diverse design and innovation projects.

As a member of our team, you are an  innovative explorer who looks at the world of design holistically. You are not afraid to take a role in project leadership and as a team player. You enjoy working with other R&D specialists contributing to the same project.

As a Digital Service Designer, you create solutions that are effective, efficient and pleasing. You have the ability to grasp large entities and to create and maintain your vision over complex systems consistently. Both technical aspects of implementation and creation of beautiful graphic assets are among your competences. You enjoy applying strategic vision and user-centred design principles to all of your tasks. 

You have a minimum of 3–5 years of experience in designing digital services. You master common UX design tools such as Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe XD, and Figma. Skills in front end web development and mobile application design are a plus. Feel free to present us your competence in these and other design and visualization tools.

You will get a good idea of the kind of person we are looking for by reading our blog Blueprint for a Perfect Designer. The first five skills listed in the blog are considered as a minimum requirement for all designers at ED. Considering the five first as a starting point, please pick two or more skills that best describe you as a designer. Then write a short a description of how these skills translate into your daily work and portfolio. Additionally, please include a CV and a portfolio of your work with your application.

At ED Design, you will be a member of an experienced team of designers and will get a chance to work for diverse clients on diverse design projects. We will provide you a comfortable seat in Turku, Finland. At the beginning of your career at ED Design, we would like you to spend most of your working hours at the office. Later, you will be free to work remotely as you please. Our remote work setup has been optimized to enable working with large files over high bandwidth, regardless of where you are.

We offer a full-time, permanent position. Starting date can be mutually agreed on.

Please send your application by May 15th, 2022. The position may be filled before the deadline, as soon as a suitable candidate is found.

For more information or to send your application, please contact CEO Sami Pyörre, sami.pyorre@ed-design.fi, +358 41 532 0014.

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