Product Designer

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We’re growing quickly and we’re backed by Europe’s leading start-up accelerator, Entrepreneur First, and Google. We’ve also received investment from VC, Angels, and the European Commission.

It’s challenging. We’re ambitious. And we’re supporting one another to achieve our best and make real impact in the world.

As the first product designer at Limbic, you’ll work on bringing our improving the patient and therapist experience. What do clients struggle with while they are in therapy? What do therapists keep looking for that we can automate?

Ideally, you have experience working in a startup environment and can collaborate cross-functionally with growth, and engineering. You can identify areas for improvement, come up with possible solutions and proposals, as well as iterate, implement, and drive releases that improve the product.

What you’ll be working on:

Drive engineering (product and science) towards shippable solutions to a given problem and work towards a clear proposal through multiple iterations.
Conducting user interviews and user research to uncover needs and validate existing implementations
Provide high-quality mockups and prototypes
Collaborate closely with engineering to keep track of implementation, maintain app quality, find bugs, and provide reproduction paths
Continuously validate the user experience of shipped solutions and look for low-effort improvements with the highest impact

You should apply if:

You’re excited by our vision at Limbic.
You believe in the company and want to grow with us.
You believe the mental health industry needs better data and can be disrupted.
You can move fast and get stuff done. (You don’t just take ‘no’ for an answer).
You’re ready to apply your clinical knowledge to help Limbic navigate the healthcare landscape.
You want to see your work being used in the real world, benefitting people’s lives.

Limbic is an equal opportunity employer and particularly encourages applications from women and minorities.


Ability to turn technical knowledge and user insights into visual and quantifiable results
Previous experience designing a product or feature from scratch, owning the design from ideation to production

Preferred qualifications:

Knowledge of the mental health space, especially CBT and how it’s used in a clinical setting


Competitive salary
Professional development budget
Twice a year company-wide meetups
Monthly fun virtual activities
25 days PTO
Equity share options
Remote working
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