Senior Interaction Designer
Build the future of Outdoor Adventure with us!
At FATMAP we’re building the home for Outdoor Experiences. From mountains to deserts, oceans to forests and beyond - we want to make extraordinary places and their endless possibilities more accessible. By enabling more people to experience the wonders of our world we hope to help build greater respect for it, and in turn protect it. We believe this is not just a way to enjoy life, but also helps our relationships, local economies and ultimately the planet.
By enabling each of us to share our experiences and document the world’s adventures, we’re planning to create the definitive guidebook to the outdoors. And by building the best outdoor map, we’re making it much easier to plan and navigate safely and responsibly.
In your role as a Senior Interaction Designer at FATMAP your job will be to hands-on create the most relevant and engaging digital experience for people to go outdoors and live their adventure - from the moment they look for a place to go, to the moment they want to share their adventure story, and the entire journey in between.
In our highly energetic, fast-paced environment, you’ll have the luxury and the responsibility to truly drive and impact our company’s mission with your design work. You’ll be central to delivering true value to our consumers, with each weekly product release, across all product touch-points.
To make our FATMAP vision come true in our product experience, you will be working in our HQ in Berlin Kreuzberg, together with a group of passionate experts - designers, engineers, product and content people - and in close collaboration with the product leadership.
A strong background in digital design, across all major platforms, mobile and desktop
A proven track-record in lean, hands-on product development for B2C products
An extraordinary portfolio, with focus on UX, concept and interaction design
The passion and dedication to make things happen in a fast-paced environment
… and it is always a plus, if you have a soft spot for outdoor adventure
Embrace the company vision and translate it into a tangible, coherent product experience, in regular exchange with product leadership
Drive and build a relevant, high quality user experience across mobile and desktop, doing hands-on UX, interaction and visual design
Run design sprints in collaboration with product management, including User Testing and Design QA
Brief, guide and collaborate with engineers to deliver a great product, on a weekly basis
You are an exceptional digital designer, with your key strength being interaction design
You are conceptually strong, distilling complex requirements into a relevant, unique user experience
You always prioritise simplicity over complexity
You are hands-on, and naturally drive for concrete, tangible results
You have an eye for detail and care deeply about quality
You set focus, and thrive in a fast-paced, result-driven environment
You naturally give direction through your subject matter expertise
You love to inspire with your work
You comfortably navigate the complexity and dynamics of an early stage business
You are an exceptional, engaging communicator, and you know what it means to debate and reason your designs on product and company leadership level
What we offer
A senior, strategic and very impactful product design role
A beautiful vision
A great office environment in Kreuzberg, Berlin and flexible working hours
A fun crowd of experts who make things happen
Regular team/company trips to outdoor adventure destinations
The technical tools (laptop, screens etc.) of your choice
Unlimited reference materials (for both tech and adventure)
Regular coaching and communications training
Outdoor Adventure as your core working topic - including an office/ apartment space in the mountains of Chamonix for you to receive your regular alpine inspiration dose
How to apply
If the above sounds like you, and you’re ready to join a team of ambitious adventurers, we’d love to hear from you.
Please send a brief cover letter describing why you are a great fit for FATMAP, along with your portfolio and resume.