Company Description

Unblur helps Emergency Services make better decisions on the field.
First Responders, like Police, Fire or Rescue teams, need real-time information to make decisions during an emergency. In such a harsh environment, information often arrives unfiltered, uncomplete and fragmented.
At Unblur we are building the first intelligent assistant for commanders in the field. We created IRIS, a software integrating dynamic data (drones, GPS, CCTV…) and static one (GIS, data bases, pre-planned information…). IRIS supports commanders in the field by processing, analysing and displaying relevant information at the relevant moment.

Company Website

http://www.unblur.co

Job Description

 

In such a rough environment, UX Design is critical. We are looking for a UX/UI Designer to take over this challenge to shape technology and make it truly useful for first responders. 

Are you passionate about solving great problems? Do you want your work to have an impact? Do you want to help first responders keep our communities safe? 

If you want a hands-on job, with responsibility from day one… Then contact us!

2. Key Responsibilities:

· Work with Business Development in our Pilot Program to gather insights from end users

· Undertake UX research activities to help evaluate, design and test new features

· Actively evaluate and incorporate feedback from end users for product development

· Generate mock-ups and prototypes to communicate and validate ideas

· Be the voice of the customer to internal teams and business partners - and feed in appropriate recommendations based on insights to drive development and decision making.

· Define & improve interfaces, information architectures and design of our software

In this position you will be in contact with firefighters, policemen and rescue teams. You will also have the opportunity of travelling to our Pilot Sites and participate training operations with them.

3. What we are looking for:

· Knowledge on UX/UI and User Research.

· Design skills

· Experience creating wireframes, mock-ups, user flows, and site-maps.

· Proficiency with visual design tools.

· Ability to present designs and articulate solutions to various stakeholders.

· Ability to adapt designs to business or technical needs.

· Comfort in working with both business and technology groups.

· English & Spanish are mandatory. Catalan, French, Dutch or German are valuable.

· Basic knowledge on HTML / CSS is valuable.

· Experience working in an Agile/Scrum software development environment is valuab

Location

Barcelona

Seniority Level

Junior

Compensation type

Competitive Salary

Collaboration type

Employee, Internship




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