Teads, founded in, is the inventor of outstream video advertising and the leading native video advertising marketplace.
Publishers work with Teads to create brand new outstream video inventory, monetizing it through programmatic buying, their own sales force, or third parties including Teads Demand.
Teads pioneers advertising experiences that respect the user, creating unprecedented levels of premium inventory which previously didn’t exist.
Brands, agencies and trading desks can access this top-tier, premium inventory, available on the web and on mobile, in the Teads Marketplace. Through our managed services capabilities, the Teads team execute on their client’s behalf using its platform.
Teads has a team of over 500 employees, 100 of which are in the innovation team, across 27 global offices.
We are looking for a talented Junior UX/UI designer to create amazing user experiences. The ideal candidate should have an eye for clean design and be able to translate high-level requirements to user flows and mock-ups, and transform them to beautiful, intuitive and functional user interfaces.
Collaborate with product management and engineering team to define and implement features on existing line of products
Execute on all design stages, from concept to visual design and specifications
Communicate ideas through user flows, wireframes and prototypes
Promote design guidelines, best practices and standards
Translate designs to style guides
Excellent visual design skills
Proficiency with at least one visual design tool and one wireframing tool
Familiar with common ui design patterns
+1 experience in product development
Experience in creating wireframes and prototypes
Basic understanding of html, css, js
Up-to-date with the latest UI trends, techniques, and technologies
Fluent in English, writing and speaking
Bonus points for
Familiar with Sketch
Experience working in an Agile/Scrum development process
Experience working on the same product for several iterations
Some of our perks
Private medical insurance
Flexible working hours