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to build impactful
digital products

At UX studio, we dedicate our UX designers and researchers to design powerful user experiences, which helps improve people’s lives through smart design.
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We’re a team of talented UX experts with a mission to create impactful solutions. Beyond working for clients, we aim to make a difference and grow together. Our diverse community is always there to support each other if you have any questions, concerns, and ideas. We’ve already brought ideas to life and created our own products: UXfolio, Copyfolio, and Archifolio.

26 bikes in the team
12 nationalities
13 doggos in the studio
4 kg coffee per month
6 remote countries
5 kg fresh fruits per week
11 left-handed
16 types of tea in the office
12 pizzas ordered per workshop

"I’m the HR Manager at UX studio. I can proudly say that the community of the company is one of our strongest suits: a lot of talented, proactive, and overall amazing people are gathered here, and despite our young age, we work hard to achieve our goals. We are constantly on the lookout for like-minded talents, who share our values as well as passion for impactful UX."


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Benefits of working with us

Financial benefits

Automatic salary raises
Annual bonus
Travel and transport support
Relocation support
Equipment budget
Training and conference support
Macbook
Gym membership

Work-life balance

Paid parental leave
Paid holidays
Paid sick leave
Extra 2 weeks paid holiday in every 2,5 years
Flexible work hours
Mental health app subscription
Remote/hybrid setup, unlimited home office days

Employee life

Regular team events, breakfasts, fruit days
Retreats
Financial transparency
Transition possibility within company
Small team structures
Feedback sessions
Team projects, e.g. Podcast
Dog friendly office

“At UX studio, there is a strong focus on being an inclusive environment, which starts with the onboarding and no one is left behind afterwards either. My personal favourite is the company retreat, where you have the opportunity to meet everyone in person and get to know each other better.”

Gábor Szabó
UI/UX Designer at UX studio

“One of the most incredible things about UX Studio is that you can feel both completely trusted and supported here. You have control over your work and your projects, and you can make your own decisions, while at the same time, there are many opportunities to ask for help and learn from others”

Fanni Zsófia Kelemen
UX Researcher at UX studio

“At UX studio, there's no hesitation to help out your peers. This is an outstanding attitude especially when it's shared by an entire team. No matter how big the struggle is, just bring the obstacle to the table and find solution with others.”

Gábor Némethi
UI/UX Designer at UX studio

“The work environment is the best I have ever been in, and I cannot highlight it enough. Everyone is so welcoming and supportive that makes you feel they as a family :)”

Agostina Marmai
UI/UX Designer at UX studio

“The community we are creating here in UX studio is what makes this place special. Despite the fact that I can work from home, most of the time I work in the office. It's a huge boost when you can communicate with this creative and talented team on the daily basis”

Danis Mustafin
UI/UX Designer at UX studio

“I love that people get REAL responsibility and autonomy in their work here. You get thrown in deep water here and it's the best way to learn fast.”

András Frank
UX Researcher at UX studio

“Everybody is super enthusiastic about what we do here and dedicated to bringing out the best in the products that we create together. I'm always looking forward to brainstorming ideas with my team members because I know that they will be as excited about them as I am”

Réka Nagy
UI/UX Designer at UX studio

“The support I know I will find from the team leaders and my colleagues is what makes me love working here the most. No matter what issue comes up, I feel safe to share my struggles and people are always willing to help”

Paola Zardo
UI/UX Designer at UX studio

“Being in UX Studio's product team is all about the freedom and ownership of your actions. As a product designer nothing is more exciting than seeing your decisions and the people your work with improve the product you've been working on.”

Benedek Göbölös
UI/UX Designer at UX studio

“I get great support from my co-workers, and we’re always looking to be better designers. At UX studio I have learned to listen to different opinions and understand that a problem does not only have one solution.”

Santiago Cajal
UI/UX Designer at UX studio

FAQ

How long does the application process usually take?

Application timelines can vary depending on a lot of factors. Our goal is to get back to you within a week of your application to organize our introductory chat, where our HR manager will share more information about the next steps and estimated time of feedback.

My home isn’t ideal for an interview, what can I do?

We sometimes have the same struggle, so no worries! Luckily Google Meet, the platform we use for our interviews, has built-in backgrounds or blur modes you can use if you prefer to hide your background.

Do you offer feedback on applications?

We offer portfolio and performance evaluations if requested, and we always write personalized feedback on the work of those candidates who complete our challenge.

Does UX studio support remote work?

Yes, you can join UX studio remotely! To become a team member from another country, you have to be within four hours of the Central European time zone and have a reliable internet connection. When we have in-person events, such as retreats, we will ask you to join us. We will organize the trip for you; your only task will be to travel here to meet your team!

Does UX studio have an office?

We have a spacious dog-friendly office in the heart of Budapest. However, if you prefer working from home, you can do so, but we always recommend our team members to join us in the office every now and then to experience the great atmosphere we have here!

Is it possible to relocate to Hungary? Are there any relocation packages?

Yes, relocation is possible after your three-month-long probation period. We wait until then to make sure you are 100% confident in the position before you commit to moving between countries (and sometimes continents)! Our relocation package includes administrative and legal help from a relocation professional, financial aid for flights, and help with accommodation.

Is UX studio hiring for a specific project?

There are no designated projects at the time of the recruitment process. We have long-term collaborations and shorter projects with our clients. We only dedicate UX professionals to the projects once we are familiar with each other and know which collaboration will be the best match.

How are the salaries calculated at UX studio?

We have an internally set salary table, which is visible to everyone. When calculating an offer we look at the candidate’s previous relevant and related work experiences, and match it to our salary table. As a Hungarian company our salaries are competitive on a Hungarian level, and we always try to increase our ranges company-wide. If you are interested in seeing Hungarian living costs, we recommend you to check out Numbeo.com.

What does the onboarding process look like?

The first week at UX studio is a Product Design project week for everyone, regardless of your future position. This week you'll get more familiar with our processes and complete a short project while having intro sessions with many team members. This week's main purpose is to introduce you to your colleagues so you won't feel alone during your training period. From the second week onward, your position-related training begins with the guidance of your designated mentor.

How many projects do designers and researchers work on at the same time?

A designer only works on one project at a time, in close collaboration with a UX Researcher. Depending on the scope and size of the project, more designers could be allocated to the same project. On the research side it can happen that one researcher is working on two part-time projects at the same time.

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