WORKING AT EACH&OTHER
Our team work with amazing companies to help them create better digital products, and understand their customers better
Based in Ireland but operating globally —
Everyone who works here has the opportunity to contribute to the growth and culture of the company, and we do all we can to help our people learn, grow, and enjoy their job.
So, if you want to work with some of the best companies in the world, tackle tough UX problems, get the variety and challenge you want in your career, and work in a design-centred culture, get in touch.
The critical roles we hire are —
Who can shape a client brief, run research sprints, and deliver findings that have an impact. Especially multilingual
Who understand process; who have wide-experience in the field, and are problem-solvers by nature
With a background in graphics, super-strong interaction design skills, technical know-how ,and a passion for detail
Who understand how messaging affects outcome; who can use insight to craft user journeys, and who can move from detail to big picture
Ways of working —
That said, our home base– a beautifully restored priory off Dublin’s Thomas Street– is always open to the team.
Twice a month we have an on-site day where we encourage people to come and spend time face to face. And each quarter, we’ll bring the whole team together for company off-sites and socials.
Our benefits —
Weekly internal learning sessions
Online learning resources
Professional development budget
20 days PTO
+ 1 extra day / year of service
+ Paid good Friday
+ Top up for a full week off at Xmas
+ Your birthday off
Laya Health and Dental Care
Mental health wellbeing support
Income Protection Insurance
2 full weeks paid paternity leave
6 months paid maternity leave
Company mobile phone
Company Macbook Pro
Tax Saver Travel Scheme
Bike To Work Scheme
Quarterly social events
New in 2022 —
4 additional company-wide days off for wellness (1/quarter)
An associated budget for self-care
A monthly wellness budget
A home office improvement budget
Our HR Lead is Oonagh O'Connor. Her role is to foster a culture that enables folk to do their best work, and to ensure the team are constantly learning and progressing in their career.