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UX Designer

Full timeCopenhagen, DenmarkMon May 18 2020

Mindpool is a newly started Danish tech start-up with a platform that enables the collection and processing of tacit knowledge from frontline employees in companies to promote well-informed management decisions. The methods behind our platform are based on the world's leading researchers in the field of collective intelligence, who also are co-founders of the company.

Role Overview

Are you passionate about creating great experiences for users, helping build user-centric platforms, expanding your skills, and working with great people? The Mindpool team is growing, and we're hiring extraordinary talents who crave to make impactful change.

We are looking for a UX designer to take ownership of user research, interviews, and surveys, and translate the findings into sitemaps, user flows, customer journey maps, mockups, and prototypes. The UX designer will also design the overall functionality of the product, and continuously iterate to ensure the best user experience.

As a UX designer at Mindpool, you will be a part of an exciting journey and will be key to the development of our product. Since you will be joining in such an early stage, you will be rewarded with equity in the company, along with a salary. You will have office space available at our fantastic startup shared-office space in Copenhagen, which currently houses five tech start-up companies, including the world's largest tattoo marketplace platform, Tattoodo, founded by our founder and director, entrepreneur Mik Thobo-Carlsen.


  • Excellent problem-solver with good communication and collaboration skills
  • Strong sense of ownership and enjoyment for a high growth start-up environment
  • Improving the user experience related to core functionality and new features
  • Research, conceiving, sketching, and prototyping
  • Designing and delivering wireframes, user journeys, and mockups for a variety of devices and interfaces
  • Following a user-centric design approach and rapidly testing and iterating