Digital Designer at EdTech Scale-up

Job description

As our Digital Designer within our Services team, you are responsible for producing all of the visual assets for the courses and ensure these are in line with the branding of our clients. Your main responsibilities will include designing mock-ups for course templates, and after carefully discussing them with our clients, creating them using HTML, CSS & JavaScript. In addition, you will have a critical role in developing any other visual/digital assets required for successfully helping educational institutions in their digital transformation. You can enable the ultimate learning experience from a visual point of view. From a user perspective, the things we deliver just need to look appealing, consistent and intuitive to work with. For both the students and the teachers.


A short introduction

Drieam: a young and growing EdTech company that strives to enable the ultimate learning experience

Drieam is an EdTech scale-up, passionate about developing & implementing software to enable the ultimate learning and teaching experience. We’re with 45 young and committed professionals who constantly strive to improve the lives of teachers, students and staff all over the world.


What will you be doing

  • As Digital Designer, you will work in close collaboration with our educational implementation consultants in helping educational institutions in their digital transformation.

  • You will be responsible for creating all visual assets needed as part of our digital transformation journeys.

  • A typical project will consist of the following steps:
    • Design mock-ups in line with educational and client requirements

    • Review design mock-ups with the clients and consequently a design iteration to process the feedback

    • Implement designs on client environments (based on HTML, CSS & Javascript)

Requirements

The requirements at a glance

  • You want a customer’s learning environment to be easy to navigate, intuitive and, last but not least, to look great! You get a lot of energy from designing beautiful things and even more if this contributes to the experience of the user.

  • Experience in working with HTML, CSS & Javascript

  • You have finished a bachelor’s program (preferably with a media design background)

  • You’re eager to get things done. You will be the main person responsible for all our digital designs, so you need to know how to finish things.

  • Expertise is important, but your attitude towards learning and development is of much greater value

  • Years of experience … well, we can’t tell beforehand how many years of work experience our potential white raven has. Could be 1, could be 4. Who knows?

  • You are able to do several projects at the same time and yet pay attention to detail and work carefully.

  • You are good at planning activities and communicating and discussing these with the consultant in order to be prepared on time and to prevent any delays.

  • Changes on the side of the customer occur every now and then so flexibility on our end is a must.

  • Start-up mentality and can-do attitude

  • You have strong social skills and like diving into various specific questions and helping the customer

  • Passionate about EdTech & Education


What you'll gain at Drieam (and don't want to miss out on!)

  • A playground for personal growth and fun activities

  • A culture based on mutual trust, cooperation and development

  • Belonging to a team of like-minded, driven and young professionals

  • Teamwork in an open and dynamic atmosphere with room for new and fresh ideas and initiatives

  • Working for a modern EdTech scale-up that offers flexibility and has a ‘work hard, play hard’ mentality. You’ll gain valuable experience in, and be part of, scaling a SaaS business

  • Tailor-made guidance. Together we will monitor how you can grow and develop yourself

  • A place where you can truly make a difference

  • The right compensation: salary, bonus, macbook, career opportunities & daily free healthy lunch

So, if you’ve become excited about what you’ve read and you recognize yourself in the description - let’s chat!