UX Designer / Musopia
Musopia is taking a step forward as they are building completely new mobile applications to help people engage with music. They are now looking for an UX Designer to lead and improve the current Musopia apps and design and build the future of apps that engage with music!
As an UX Designer, you will join Musopia at an interesting phase, as you get to participate in a key role designing completely new, innovative mobile applications starting from mapping user needs, prototyping and taking ideas from sketches to production. Moreover, you get to focus on the UX of Musopia’s existing apps, such as Justin Guitar and Kala, maintaining UX flows and journeys, conducting usability tests, and working with developers to implement designs. To ensure a thorough and well-planned development process of the new application, you know how to apply basic methodological knowledge of user-centric design and visual design principles to your daily work. This position allows you to utilize your expertise and ideas in finding the best ways to attract and retain app users and to change the way people learn music.
You might be the person we are looking for if you have experience in UX design for mobile applications. We hope you are skilled in understanding user needs and converting insights, ideas, and requirements into engaging experiences. You have solid skills in using tools such as Figma, Maze and/or Miro, and you understand the principles of software development in order to communicate effectively with the developers. Musopia’s product development processes are rapid and agile, and they emphasize low hierarchy, transparency and customer orientation. We hope you share these values and you are open to bring in your ideas. You do not need to know how to play musical instruments to join the team, but you will have a fair chance to learn, if you are up for it!
Musopia offers you:
- A position in a company making an impact with a truly meaningful product – playing music has a positive influence on a person’s mental wellbeing
- A chance to be part of designing a completely new and innovative application, all the way from prototyping and concepting to production
- A position where your views and ideas of modern UX/UI design will be genuinely valued
- A company culture where successes are celebrated and aspiration, learning as well as customer experience are embraced
- Modern data stack, technologies and methods to work with
- Culture, massage and commuting benefits, and flexibility to work remotely
- Free guitar or a ukulele for all Musopia employees. Musopia is moving to a new location in Helsinki, and the new office includes a music studio!
We hope you to have:
- Previous experience in modern UX and interaction design for mobile apps, as well as a portfolio to showcase your work
- Skills in using design techniques such as creating user stories and journeys, service blueprints and UX visions
- Hands-on experience with design and prototyping tools, e.g. Figma, Maze and/or Miro
- General understanding of software development process and experience working and innovating with developers
- Fluency in English and strong communication skills
We consider as an asset:
- Familiarity with Unity
- A passion for music
Would you like to design the future of music education? Please submit your CV or link to your LinkedIn profile, (motivation letter is optional) by the latest 20th of April via our application system. If you have a portfolio we’d also like to check it out. You can also mention your salary request and the earliest possible starting date in your application documents. Please use the application system to apply, as we do not process applications by email.
You can familiarize yourself with Musopia here: https://musopia.net/ . You can also listen to BIT Insider’s podcast episode about Musopia via this link: https://bitinsider.fi/musopia/. For more information about the recruitment process contact aTalent’s Recruitment Manager Kiira Ojala (+358 50 553 7760, kiira.ojala(at)atalent.fi).
In this position you will be employed directly to Musopia.