What Monograph is looking for in applicants
Look around you today, every wall, window, door, and roof was made possible by the coordination of architects and a team of professionals. They are charged with the responsibility of creating our shelters and yet, they are left with nothing more than Excel to manage their work. Let's change that!
What is Monograph?
Monograph was founded by a team of ex-architects. Monograph is modernizing design professionals’ back office with a beautiful, data-driven platform to help them manage, plan and grow their companies. Our mission is to let architects get back to doing what they love and do best—design—not finance, management or Excel.
Why work at Monograph?
People first: Core to the team, we believe in people first, curiosity, and empathy. You'll be our ambassador and deploy your genuine value for relationships to drive success and happiness.
Build a company that will redefine architecture: Project management is just the beginning...we have big ambitions to help facilitate the entire design process from becoming the document source of truth to coordinating with consultants. You can shape the future of building design.
Work with some of the best product people in the world: We’re an innovative team of highly productive individual contributors with a strong design background. You will be doing some of the best work of your life.
We're looking for a UX Researcher with a passion for rigorous qualitative and quantitative methodologies. You'll plan and conduct a variety of research ranging from exploratory greenfield research to operational behavioral cohort analysis. You'll also develop assets like personas and user journeys to help share your understanding.
You'll use this information to help us discover new opportunities, define new features, build our roadmap, and validate our decisions.
Oh, and did we mention you'll be doing this during our four-day workweek?
About the role
As our UX Researcher, you’ll own the planning and execution of product researching initiatives focused on understanding our users and their underlying needs. This information will be critical to product, marketing, sales, and customer success teams.
You'll meet periodically with the rest of the product team to understand gaps in knowledge that can be filled with your research. You'll conduct various types of research to help fill those gaps ranging from user interviews to surveys to data analytics.
You'll work closely with the rest of the product team and report to the Head of Product. Your research will mostly be used in the product roadmap and definition decisions. It will also inform sales, marketing, and customer support.