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UI/UX Job Opportunity

UI/UX Job Opportunity with Education Backpack

Education Backpack is an educational resources start up here in BC. We're developing an ed tech tool that helps students evaluate online sources while building important digital literacy skills.

We are currently looking for a talented UI/UX designer and have funding for a short term employee position with a competitive wage ($40-$50 per hour depending on experience) and flexible hours. Full or part time candidates are welcome to apply.

To apply please contact us at info@educationbackpack.com with a short bio and links to your work/LinkedIn profile.


As a UX Designer at Education Backpack you’ll be working on converting ideas to reality, by taking functional requirements and making user friendly UI mockups and templates. You will serve as an important link between the rough ideas and their actual representation.

Ideal Candidate Qualifications

You like to create usable user interfacesAbility to learn and adopt new technologies quicklyExcellent communication skills, both written and verbalYour friends describe you as independent and reliableYou thrive in a versatile and dynamic team environmentAlways ready to help others and be helpedYou have the ability to resolve technical challenges and comfortable with ambiguity.

Required Skills

3+ years of experience working with modern application UI3+ years working with screen design tools (Invision/Figma/Sketch/Adobe XD/UXPin)Experience with creating wireframes and screen prototypesExperience with building and executing real-world data/test scenariosUniversity degree/diploma in relevant field or an equivalent combination of education and experienceExperience with end-user documentation

Other Assets

Experience with creation of html/css/js templates to be used by frontend developersExperience working with Linux/UNIXExperience with requirements gathering and definitionPrograming experience

Need to be eligible to work in Canada in order to apply for this position.


Vancouver, BC