Educative is a hands-on learning platform for software developers of all levels. We were founded by industry veterans who understand first-hand the problems developers face staying on the cutting edge of modern technology. Educative's interactive, text-based courses are built to teach you the skills employers are looking for. We provide tools like in-browser coding environments and interview-focused assessments to help you practice as you learn.
Educative is connecting millions of developers worldwide to become a developer, grow their skills, or prepare for an interview.
Our learners rely on us to create engaging courses to get better at their job, find a better job, or experience the joy of learning. With the courses that you create, learners can maximize their success.
Educative is looking for an extraordinary Visual Designer to help us delight current and potential users, ensuring we have a polished and premium aesthetic across all user touchpoints.
This is an excellent role for candidates that have 3+ years of relevant experience and are excited about using their skills alongside technical course creation team to build an innovative upcoming brand in Ed-tech.
- Create original, premium-quality illustrated visuals and assets for online technical courses.
- Bring fresh ideas on teaching technical content using illustration
- Review technical courses, prior to launch, ensuring aesthetic appeal of illustrations and adherence to quality standards
- Stay up to date on best practices and new initiatives in the industry and contribute to putting Educative on the forefront of visual design.
- 3+ years in professional commercial design making customer-facing graphics or illustrations
- Proficiency with Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop
- Ability to prioritize and work on multiple design projects simultaneously based on rapidly evolving business needs. The company is a fast-growing tech company with an international presence, so agility is key.
- Excellent communication skills, as well as the ability to clearly understand the needs and objectives of the multifunctional team and ‘talk through’ design decisions.