UX/UI

CoParenter - UI/UX Designer

CoParenter - UI/UX Designer

We are an early stage social impact start-up that has developed an innovative online dispute resolution platform that helps separated and divorced families to communicate, make better decisions for their kids, and stay out of court. We’ve got a strong set of investors in our initial friends and family round. Our advisors include active and retired judges as well as leaders in mental health, collaborative law and mediation practices. We’ve solved some really challenging problems in a large, global market. We have a well-structured social impact strategy a solid business model that collectively represent a great opportunity to do well by doing good.

We’re growing our technical team and looking to bring on a designer who is interested in creating a product in a fast-paced startup environment. We are iterating through active pilots with family law courts, collaborative lawyers, and mediators. You will work directly with the founders to realize our vision as we move from pilots into product launch. This is going to be a great ride.

Jobber - UX/UI Designer

Jobber - UX/UI Designer

Do you spend hours gawking over Dribbble shots? Do you have a strong opinion when you hear the word material or find yourself explaining skeuomorphism over a pint? Do you ever wonder how parking lot pay booths became a daily frustration for thousands of people? Have you lost sleep over something you’ve read on NN/g?

If this sounds like you, keep reading.

Jobber is one of Edmonton’s most exciting and fastest growing startups. We make software for businesses that are on the go, and are damn good at it. Our team of 60+ strive for excellence in building a product that runs thousands of small businesses around the world and touches millions of people each year.

As a UX/UI Designer at Jobber you’ll be an integral part of our product team. Taking ideas from your nightstand sketchbook to full fledged features will become part of your daily routine. Working with other designers and engineers to solve complex usability problems will excite you. Poorly written CSS will drive you nuts.