Skyscanner is a leading global travel search site and app, a place where people are inspired to plan and book direct from millions of travel options at the best prices.
We employ over 1000 staff across 11 offices globally, and, having reached market leader status, we were recently acquired by Chinese online travel company Ctrip in a deal valued at £1.
4bn. While we remain operationally independent, our acquisition by Ctrip allows us to take the business to the next level of accelerated global growth.
It’s a hugely exciting time for Skyscanner and the over 80m people who use us every month. We are unbiased and free, and our secret is in our unique proprietary technology that connects people directly to everything the travel industry has to offer.
We are seeking a product designer to join us in our London office and be part of our highly distributed global team. Skyscanner is on this planet to help people get around it.
It’s already a world-changing service and we’re seeking talented and thoughtful product designers to define and execute against this grand vision.
By joining us, you’ll be entrusted to do just that! We are dedicated to solving the travel needs of our friends, family, and the world.
With more than 80M monthly users across more than 30 countries, our products have a truly global impact.
Do you love making things easy to understand and delightful to use? Can you prove you know why, what, and how a product -
with soul - is created, by showing something you’ve designed and shipped that spoke to body, heart and mind. Can you show how deep your understanding is around specific interaction problems you helped solve?
Our designers are our product manager's secret weapon. A master tailor, sewing things together into one beautiful woven experience without losing sight of why.
Do you thrive best when helping to define the requirements as a team, not just translating them into designs? If so this could be the place for you!
What you can expect as a product designer
That’s what makes us fearless in taking bigger bolder steps. We’re in this together
What we are looking for
The ideal portfolio will detail clearly your contribution to the presented projects and will outline your thought process from the hypothesis stage throughout the final result as well as used methodologies.
You know the pit falls of just incrementalism. Show us grand thinking, and small actions that had impact
You might not be a data scientist, but you long to harness data more to validate your designs
You’re a doer, and a helper