Avatao

UX researcher

Company:
Avatao
Location:
🇭🇺
Budapest
Posted on:
November 18, 2020

We would like you to join our team to help our design team to create and maintain our product so that it does not only look amazing but is also enjoyable and engaging in the hands of our users.

Your tasks will be to answer questions of our users and customers by conducting usability tests, interviews, analyzing data, designing surveys, and presenting your findings to ease the decision-making.

YOU CAN START: tomorrow

Ideal candidate

  • you want to understand what our audience is trying to achieve and how they interact with their devices
  • you can make objective observations on your own
  • you are enthusiast about recruiting participants for usability tests
  • you can represent the findings to the stakeholders
  • you enjoy working with prototypes
  • you can handle unexpected problems or technical difficulties that come up

What will you learn

How to get things done on your own initiative

You will get to know the cybersecurity community

How to identify the problems and needs of a niche audience

How we work

We like to create a safe and comfortable company culture that nurtures independent work and honest, positive feedback. We are results-oriented, no matter the working hours. We have as few meetings as possible and work in an agile way in weekly sprints. We do weekly planning on Mondays and evaluations on Fridays. Each team member has bi-monthly 1-1 discussion with our CEO/CTO.

Are we flexible?

Shortly? Yes.
We believe in work done, not in working hours spent in the office. You are free to work from home, from another town, or from another country.

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