As a Data UX designer, you will be a member of the UX Design discipline team within Product & Tech, while your day to day role will be as the UX designer embedded with the talented Data Platform Insight team.
The Data & Insight team ensures that Kolonial.no as an organization gets maximum value (learning, insight, informed decision-making, forecasting) out of its data.
The Data UX designer’s role is to ensure that the Insight team works effectively on building data products that actually serve the original need and that they are of the highest-quality with respect to ease of use, clarity, and impact.
While we are no longer a start-up but a scale-up , Kolonial.no is an organization that moves quickly and likes to change things often.
All designers do a little of everything, and we will welcome (and expect!) you to identify new opportunities for how design can contribute to a better customer experience and operational excellence, and jump on them.
We believe that UX design crossed with Data & Insight can push us to entirely new levels, and Kolonial.no can lead the way in showing how UX can do for data in 2020 what it has done for code over the last 20 years.
Lead the design work on improving the user-friendliness of Kolonial.no internal data and insight products (machine learning models, reports, dashboards, graphs, tables).
UX research on the insight needs of internal stakeholders, mapping out the problems Data & Insight works with into a singular set of services.
Build and prototype data visualizations directly in our data system (Looker).
Coach the Data & Insight team how to use a user-centric approach to the creation of its data services and products.
Own the design and development of a holistic design system for all information design within Kolonial.no.
Strengthen the connection between the Data & Insight and UX Design teams. How might we combine qualitative and quantitative data for deeper and stronger insights?
How might we use data to evaluate design decisions?
Contribute to building data literacy throughout Kolonial.no, leveraging a designer’s ability to present clearly and tell stories.
Be an active member of our UX Design team, through sparring and design team sessions.
We look for people who
Have the passion and a mind for data! If you’re excited about the potential of data and design working together, this is your role.
Are eager to convey data through visualization and give our stakeholders the insights they need to make the right decisions.
Are comfortable working with datasets and have a decent sense of quantitative research methods.
Aren’t afraid to ask questions, and go out and talk to people
Work iteratively with prototypes. A test mindset helps a lot.
Love working in cross-functional teams, and with people who aren’t designers.
Take initiative. You’ll be part of both the Design and Data & Insight teams, but you’ll also be expected to identify the best use of your time.
Are pragmatic. Kolonial.no prioritizes speed over perfection.
Are process nerds and lifelong learners. We are big on sharing knowledge, especially around how we work together.
2+ years professional experience as a UX designer in a technology setting, ideally in-house and data-heavy.
Education within informatics, graphic design, UX, digital design, interaction design, or similar.
Familiarity with quantitative research methods, statistics, and working with datasets.
Proven record of improving products and processes through analysis and experimentation.
Welcomed : experience with analytics tools such as Google Analytics, Tableau, Mixpanel, Looker, or Amplitude, A / B-testing and optimisation.
Fluent in English. Ability to speak and understand Norwegian is a plus.
Great opportunities for personal development in a fast growing company.
A workplace in constant change and new challenges.
Enthusiastic colleagues that care about helping others.
Every new employee spends a day or two with our logistics operation.
You will get to know our way of working with OKRs, a method we share with Google, Twitter og Uber.
A workplace with openness where you'll be invited Quip and Slack there you freely can participate in discussions, read about what other departments are working on.
Less e-mails and meetings.