Designing OneFit planet
When the world gets more and more digitized, people are becoming at risk of being physically passive and mentally overloaded. We want to turn the tables and use technology to help our members to stay fit.
OneFit is a technology-driven sports and yoga solution that helps its members to stay motivated and keep working out. We do this by offering a flexible monthly membership for a rainbow of workouts. From swimming to fitness, from yoga to padel, from boxing to pilates all available at your fingertips with our app. Choosing from over 60 thousand classes every month.
What will you be working on?
Let user-needs guide us to the best solutions. It’s important for us to know we are solving for real people. To do so, tap into our existing user research set-up and suggest optimisations where needed.
Develop a product design vision and a system that will allow us to scale our design efforts and support our international ambition.
Lead design projects across the entire product lifecycle and multiple products (member- and partner facing).
Work in a multidisciplinary team. You’ll partner closely with your engineering, product, and business colleagues to find elegant but practical solutions to design challenges.
Rapidly produce multiple concepts and prototypes; knowing when to apply pixel-perfect attention to detail, and when to make low-fi sketches and prototypes.
What do we offer?
Free OneFit membership
Company sponsored happy hours
Team trips and drinks
What skills are we looking for?
You have 5+ years of related experience designing at consumer-focused tech or media companies.
Experience designing digital products and systems, not just websites. You have helped ship products.
Experience designing experiences that people can access on any type of device: desktop, tablet, phone.
You’re a good communicator of design work and can explain the ‘why’ behind your choices.
You are an excellent self-starter who's hungry for learning.
You thrive in a fast-paced, constantly changing environment.
You understand design is not just about how something looks but also how it behaves and the problem it solves for the user and the business.