SIDE Labs is a small team with a big mission: we use design and technology to alleviate suffering, guide the vulnerable and reduce inequalities.
At SIDE, you’ll get the chance to grow and do your best work. We believe that Webflow, and no-code more generally, is going to be revolutionary for social impact.
In past lives, SIDE’s founders created Mint Digital. More recently, we created Design Club - a non-profit running design clubs for kids. We also run SIDE Academy, a ‘no qualifications, no experience’ training scheme that aims to bring diverse talent into the sector.
SIDE is more than the sum of its parts. We are looking for a team player who will nurture others and enjoy the process of collaborative endeavour.
We know we are unlikely to find someone with all of the skills below, so we’d still love to hear from you even if you don’t match them all.
In rough order of priority, we are looking for:
You'll care deeply about UI and UX. You’ll be able to communicate visually with originality and excellence. You can translate fuzzy requirements into something elegant and fitting the purpose.
You’ll build designs to best Webflow practice (we’ve started using the Client-first Style System - bonus points if you’ve got experience). Ideally you’ll be comfortable with all the features of Webflow, like CMS and animations.
Top of our list is Integromat, Airtable and Typeform. We’d love it if you’ve experience of connecting Airtable to Webflow via Integromat… but we are happy to hear of other explorations and integrations. Any experience is useful. We are particularly interested to hear if you’ve got experience evaluating no-code tools for new situations.
You’ll be able to see things from the user’s perspective. You’ll plan and carry out user research that maximises learning. You’ll synthesise this research into actionable insights, communicating them with impact and honesty.
You’ll be comfortable organising and leading. You’ll work closely with colleagues, clients and partners to shepherd projects from concept to completion.
You don’t need to be a poet, but tight writing is important to us. Whether it is emails or Slack messages, interface copy or research synthesis - we like it all to shine.
We are looking for candidates who can work in London two days per week. We find it more fun and more creative to work together IRL. We work two days per week face-to-face at our co-working space, X+Why (once a week in Chiswick, and once a week in East London, though that may change). The rest of the time we work remotely (although this is evolving).
Please tell us:
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org - no recruitment agents.
Where we'll talk through the role and give people the opportunity to ask questions.