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Job Description

We’re looking for a Senior UX/UI designer with front end background to join the Better Proposals product team. It is important you are capable of developing front end for what you design. You’ll be responsible for designing new features and the way the product is presented going forward.

Better Proposals is one of the world’s leading proposal tools, which helps businesses send web-based, high-converting business proposals, contracts and other types of documents. By sending trackable, modern documents with the ability to sign and pay online, our software helps sales representatives win more clients and get paid faster.

With 10,000+ users around the globe, we’re just getting started and we need your help.

Are you “the one”?

As a designer at Better Proposals you’ll be responsible for the look and feel of the product and will need to be proactive in wanting it to be the best solution for our customers. We’re a design-led company so you must be comfortable understanding a problem, designing and writing a solution, then seeing it through development - all the way to being an integrated part of Better Proposals. 

A day in the life

You’ll start your day when you like and finish when you’ve done a good honest day’s work - that’s all. You’ll be working with our CEO, CTO and product team on designs of new features or improving existing ones. You’ll need to be the kind of person who pushes through bottlenecks and ensures work is published live. You’ll speak to our Customer Support manager from time-to-time to understand problems in the product. You’ll communicate with the marketing team to ensure the product is represented accurately.

What you'll do

  • Designing and developing new features
  • Thinking about and improving existing flows
  • Making sure you, as well as all designers in the company, are doing work that is consistent with how we present the product.
  • Understanding how we build software and ensuring our ethos of simple software isn’t lost as we build new features and grow the product.
  • Communicate clearly with developers when working together, talk about concepts and execution methodology.
  • Drive features to completion and launch.
  • Monthly team meeting on Zoom and weekly written updates.
  • Over time, hopefully, lead the other designers in the company.


  • Salary dependant on skills, experience and what you can bring to the role. We use Glassdoor as a guide for your location and pay above average. Looking at a range of $45,000-$60,000 per year
  • Remote work in a global company, with a friendly and hardworking team
  • Opportunity to grow within the company, head up departments and earn promotions and pay rises
  • 3 weeks paid holiday + 1 week for every year (capped at 6 weeks)
  • Annual bonus based on personal and company performance


  • At least 5 years of experience being a UX/UI designer. HTML/CSS/JS knowledge needs to be outstanding.
  • Worked in SaaS and understand it.
  • Comfortable collaborating using Github.
  • You need to be able to take an idea from concept to completion (or ready to hand off to development). This requires good communication and relationship building with your teammates.
  • You’ll ideally need to be able to draw elements from scratch like icons, write UI text, labels, and descriptions.
  • It is important you test and audit the work you and teammates did, work and communicate towards any further improvements to get the task published live.
  • It’s a “bring your own tools” role in that we’re not going to insist you use certain software. You will, however, have an advantage if you know your way around Figma and Adobe Creative Cloud.
  • It’s a team game - you should be willing to take feedback and help others in the team.
  • You’re a self-starter, with the ability to work on multiple projects at once and meet tight deadlines.
  • Be happy working in a 100% remote team.
  • Ideally UK based, close-ish to Brighton so we can meet from time-to-time but not essential at all.
  • Ideally you’ll be able to start fairly soon. If you have a notice period of longer than 30 days it will be difficult to consider you unless your application is exceptional.

Next steps
Assuming everything goes well, here’s how our hiring process goes: 

  • You apply 
  • We have an initial interview 
  • We will have a 2nd interview 
  • In special cases we might have a quick 3rd call to clarify a few things, but mostly not. 
  • We offer you the job 
  • You’re expected to accept it within 1 business day.

Deadline for applications: Friday 28th June 2024

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