As UX/UI developer, you combine your coding skills with a passion for UI/UX. You have a feel for color, shape and typography, and the skills to translate your designs into actual code. You will be a member of our SaaS team that works on improving the customer experience for our users every day. We will appreciate that you take the lead in developing a design system. You know how to collect and employ data to continuously improve the user experience. Communicating with the users and our scientists to gather feedback comes naturally to you. In case you are that designer with a passion for coding, please do join us.
You will join an enthusiastic and fast-growing team of experts. We are building a virtual laboratory for R&D scientists and this comes with a few unique challenges:
Our product is completely new in the market and your work will have an actual impact on solving these challenges.
We offer an inspiring work and team environment with flexible working hours in a fast-paced scale-up with a can-do mentality. A competitive salary and a secondary benefits package are part of our offer.
Electric Ant Lab is a VC-backed simulation software company located at Amsterdam Science Park. Our product RheoCube is a cloud-based predictive chemistry platform. It offers a user-friendly alternative to the physical lab approach of trial-and-error, often used for prototyping new products and for applied material research. RheoCube’s virtual laboratory approach delivers deeper insights, increased productivity and cost savings for R&D scientists. The team of EAL is a gathering of interdisciplinary experts from around the world in the fields of: chemistry, computational physics, business, visualizations, and web development. Together we solve the tough problems that come with developing a product at the forefront of science.
Special note to Recruiting Agencies and/or recruiters in general: we absolutely do not appreciate any phone calls or cold outreaches with potential candidates. Thank you! We do invite ‘your’ candidates to apply themselves.