Socialbakers

Junior UX Researcher

Company:
Socialbakers
Location:
🇨🇿
Prague
Posted on:
September 7, 2020

We're on the lookout for a junior UX researcher who'll work with us on helping brands transform social media into something meaningful.

What will you do?

  • You will research how our users work with our product, examine if they managed to do what they needed, find where and when they got stuck and come up with ideas on how to get rid of the frictions.
  • You will gather and monitor data from our analytical tools and use them to create reports and draw conclusions about our users' behaviour.
  • Together with your colleagues from the design team, you'll lead both internal and external user testing sessions to validate prototypes of new features (often in English). You will evaluate these testing sessions and report the findings to your colleagues from various departments (from the Design team to Product and Engineering to QA).
  • You'll become a part of a team you can rely on. We'll help you with everything you need, it'll help us all learn new things.

Who are we looking for?

  • Someone curious interested in researching users' behaviour when they use our application.
  • Someone communicative who enjoys talking to people, learning their needs and worries when using an application.
  • Someone thorough who can spot tiny details.
  • Someone assertive who's not afraid to ask questions and share the results of their work.
  • An analytical thinker who can understand and evaluate data and compile a report out of it, someone who backs up their reports with facts and data.
  • Someone who speaks English (you don't need to be a native speaker but we'll need you to express your thoughts in English).

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