This is a combined design – technical role that is heavily about doing the actual user interface design work.
We are looking for someone who loves user interfaces.
If you have an opinion about modals or mobile navigation patterns; if you watch Apple’s Keynotes looking out for what’s new in the latest versions of iOS; if you test new apps just to see what they did with the user interface – then this is a job for you.
You speak English and Dutch. Above average French is a plus.
You have a relevant Bachelor’s or Master’s degree, or equivalent experience.
You are fluent with modern design tools and you can quickly adapt to new tools. You have proven experience with Sketch and/or Figma, the primary design tools at Mono.
You are well versed in using HTML and CSS to your advantage to get the work done. You are excited to work with new technologies such as CSS Grid.
Your day to day work involves sketching, drawing and prototyping user interfaces for various customers. Most of our customers are in Belgium, but we have also worked for international customers from the US, Japan and China.
Your work will be backed by a design manager or senior designer.
Mono works on digital products and services. We mostly design applications for iOS, Android and the web.
*Within travel distance of Ghent (< 100km). We meet up at least weekly if not more.
Other than one or two weekly team days and customer meetings/design workshops you are free to organize your day the way you want.
You will get dedicated time to delve into new technologies to apply them to your work.
Come in when you like. Work from the focus from your own home or surround yourself with people. Your choice.
At least once a week we eat together, and lunch is on us.
We work in software. You need software to do your work. Use the company credit card to buy what you need within reasonable limits, no questions asked.
Your computer is what helps you get the job done. We provide everyone with the right hardware to get their jobs done, from Macbooks to 4K monitors.
If we want to design products for the world around us, then we need to design those products with a group of people that reflect the world around us. It is not only about race, gender or religious choice. It is about different points of view. We believe we’ll be better off for it. This means that we make an explicit effort to look for people with diverse backgrounds, but a common interest in design to join our team. And we want to specifically encourage people from underrepresented groups to apply for a job.