Grab a pencil (no, don’t start prototyping just yet). If you can tick off the following then you might just be our new UX Designer. Your mindset is always user-centric. You have plenty of strategic sense and you are capable of bringing the strategy to life in digital products. You thrive playing a central role in multidisciplinary teams and last but not least you know how to create stellar user experiences.

The Gig

As a UX Designer at Adapt you’ll play a central part in projects - Actually you’ll be the glue tying everything together and building bridges from clients to designers and on to developers. And vice versa. Also you’ll be asked to ...

  • Collaborate with clients and colleagues all the way from pitch to go live and beyond
  • Make sure the conceptual direction is crystal clear in the digital products
  • Facilitate workshops with colleagues, users and clients
  • Build prototypes
  • Work closely with designers and developers

You, You, You

To succeed in the position, possessing some or all of the following traits are advantageous:

  • You are able to solve complex problems through design and you turn fluffy ideas into concrete digital products.
  • You safely maneuver around i Figma, Sketch, Axure, Principle and the like
  • You have at least two years of experience in a similar position with a high degree of project complexity and collaboration.
  • You communicate comfortably in Danish and English whether you are writing or speaking
  • You are naturally curious and excited to develop your already significant skill set.

But how ‘bout you, Adapt?

Simply put, we are concerned with two things. 1) being the best possible workplace for all 70+ employees. 2) Crafting memorable digital products that grow our clients’ businesses and make end-users come back for more.

This sounds like clichées and maybe they are, but we are serious about them. That’s why we continuously survey and monitor employee well-being and launch initiatives based on the results. That’s how the popular Work Away Wednesday-concept came about and why you as an employee are handed a lot of flexibility to plan your work life. You’ll be joining a bunch of really talented people with integrity and devotion for days. We all thrive working in interdisciplinary project teams and for a collective goal. World class digital products.

Process & Practicalities

If this sounds anything like you, and we hope it does, send us your cover letter and CV. If you have a portfolio feel free to include that as well. If you have any questions, reach out to UX Lead, Mads Aage Jørgensen - mads(@) We’ll be carrying out interviews as we go along, so don’t sleep on it - show us what you got.