Contract Senior Designer

You know the difference between good and great work, and you can manage stakeholders as well as the creative. You have a point of view about your work and a focus on digital product, and your communication skills are not limited to visuals – you can write and present your ideas clearly. It should go without saying, but you go above and beyond to understand how people think and act, look at problems as challenges to solve and design experiences that people love to use.

You are:

experienced (5+ years)

an expert in digital product design

well versed in branding

all about the user experience

no stranger to iteration and testing

at home with facilitating workshops

known for your strong aesthetic and growth mindset

thirsty for good work

You know how to use:


Creative Suite

various prototyping tools

various project and time management tools

You should also be:

curious and perceptive

flexible and patient

willing to take risks

generous and empathetic

organised and resourceful

You’re partial to:

flexible work hours

work BFFs (specifically with these people)



sick beats

JM knows better products begin with diverse teams. That’s why we strongly (see bold and underline usage) encourage members of underrepresented communities to apply. If you think you’re the one for us, fill out the form below.

PS. If you’re reading this and thinking, “oh no, I only tick a few of those boxes so I’m not going to apply.” Don’t be silly. If you’re a standout human, we won’t care that you don’t like frisbee. Ya feel?

PPS. Please know we don’t use recruiters. It’s nothing personal, we just like to have you all to ourselves.

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