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  • Data: 26 Settembre 2018
  • Settore: Consulenza alle imprese; Arte Cultura; Ambientale / Energetico
  • Funzione: Varie; Mktg / PR / Comunicazione; IT / TLC / Internet / Application software
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  • Azienda: Crebs

UX/UI Designer Internship in Germany

Dear Candidate, We from NuWorks took over the challenge to build inside Unilever Germany to groceries e-commerce startup their huge user base, an existing successful CRM project and their relationship within the Food Vertical network. We count on C-level support within Unilever, providing high visibility but also high expectations. The project is hugely ambitious and we are putting together a small team to make it happen. The position We are looking for a UX / UI International Designer to help us develop the proof-of-concept version of the platform. We are talking about quick iteration loops, prototyping, user-testing, design sprints and etc. to nail the basis for the solution. This thing will look good on any portfolio! The requirements We are looking for people with: Interest in website / app UX / UI design and some experience playing around with it (please provide link to your Dribbble / Behance account) We do not care about formal Design education. If you are young, ambitious and have some cool stuff we want to hear from you too Startup experience (not mandatory) An understanding of how to product validation process work English (needed), German (as a plus) October 2018. The project will run for 6 months and so will the internship. However, depending on your interest, a potential long-term commitment is in the cards.



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