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Overleaf (https://www.overleaf.com) | REMOTE (UK/EU/US/Canada) | Full-time | £35k–£60k | UX Designer

Overleaf builds modern collaborative authoring tools for scientists --- like Google Docs for Science. We have over seven million registered users from around the world. Our primary product is an online, real-time collaborative editor for papers, theses, technical reports and other documents written in the LaTeX markup language.

We are looking for an UX designer with a product-driven background and a keen interest in user research. You will help us improve Overleaf by discovering opportunities and pain-points through research and analytics, by crafting user experiences that help our users get their work done and by continuously assessing and iterating Overleaf.

Some reasons you'd enjoy working with us:

- We’re very much user-centric. We use mixed-methods research to inform our product decisions, assess our solutions and, in general, to keep in touch with our user base

- You will have autonomy whilst being part of a cross-functional team of product managers and developers, with whom you will work closely to bring your designs to life

- Working hours can be flexible to your needs. Our core hours are 2pm--5pm UK time. Applicants in the US, Canada and UK/EU are preferred.

- Remote is a first class citizen; even before the pandemic, all founders and employees worked remotely. When we can do so again, we'll get everyone together in London a few times a year for valuable face to face time.

Please see https://apply.workable.com/overleaf/j/4EBD7770B6/ for more information and how to apply.

I really enjoy using Overleaf, best online (no compiler, no setup) LaTeX editor out there, it's great to see you here.

Seconded. Overleaf has had a substantial positive impact on my life/work.

Thanks, both, for the kinds words. I am very glad to hear that!

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