Lead Product DesignerMojo

London, England, United Kingdom 14-06-2023


Are you an accomplished Product Designer who is ready to step up and lead the end-to-end experience of a venture-backed consumer product? If the idea of joining a company that’s solving a rarely discussed problem that has a hugely detrimental impact on billions of people’s lives across the globe, in a category-defining way, gets you going, our Lead Product Design role might be for you.

We are looking for someone innovative and obsessed with user-centricity to help us change the way that people deal with issues in the bedroom and engage in intimate relationships. The perfect person will have experience with early-stage products in direct-to-consumer companies. You’ll be a hands-on designer who loves your craft, mentoring and managing junior designers, but also thrives as an individual contributor. You see the big picture, relish engaging with strategy and breaking down big complex user problems into manageable deliverables that move business metrics.

Before we talk about our product and mission, let’s be clear that although we’re tackling men’s sexual problems right now, you don’t need to be a guy to apply. We want to hear from candidates of all genders. We believe that the best solutions for changing sexual wellbeing can come from anywhere and will benefit everyone.

At Mojo, we’re sexually enlightening mankind.

Sexual problems can be embarrassing, we’ve been there. That’s why we’re changing the narrative around issues in the bedroom.

We believe that good sex starts in your head, so we’re not here to push pills or offer quick fixes to the 50% of Millennials and Gen Z who now suffer with psychological issues in the bedroom. Nope, our app is created by the world’s best sexual wellbeing specialists to help our members lead thriving and healthy sex lives 💪. We are looking for someone that is excited to be part of that.

We’ve had crazy global growth, with over 100,000 members in 115 countries and counting. We’re backed by two of Europe’s top VC firms, and you might even have seen us on the front cover of the Sunday Times.

Check us out here: https://mojo.so

The Role

You’ll work closely with the founders, report to the CEO, and take ownership of design at Mojo. We want you to make the company famous for its use-centred design.

We are an app-first experience and believe that we can have a huge effect on people's lives. In fact we know we can. The handwritten thank you letters from our members telling us we have changed their lives and saved their relationships or helped them start a family, tells us so. It also means that your designs will have a profound human impact across the world.

As we are an early-stage start-up, there is room for you to have a huge impact on the future of the company and a large amount of autonomy to shape your role and get stuck in. You should be comfortable adapting your role and responsibilities as the company grows. We expect this might consist of:

  • Create designs that solve user problems
  • Run design workshops that produce solid creative ideas and experiments for learning
  • Regularly lead user research
  • Play an active role shaping design across the business from brand guidelines the whole way through the app
  • Work with our Science Lead and Content Designer to drive therapeutic change with a content-first approach
  • Create a solid and efficient delivery process working with our engineers
  • Write up design documentation, including design briefs, research analysis, and handovers
  • Manage and mentor our Junior Product Designer
  • Take ownership of our design system and co-create it with our engineers
  • Be a thought leader in the space, champion design at Mojo to the outside world

We are building a team of people that have real ownership over the business. To be successful here, you should be willing to roll your sleeves up and get your hands dirty on anything that will help the business be more successful.


You are:

  • Someone who’s worked in direct-to-consumer digital products
  • A hands-on designer who loves their craft and relishes working as an IC
  • A great communicator who enjoys mentorship and management
  • An outstanding UX designer with a beautiful consumer facing portfolio
  • Comfortable working with quantitative and qualitative data
  • Organised and process-oriented, able to give structure, create alignment and prioritise
  • Comfortable owning, maintaining and evolving design systems
  • Compassion, empathy, understanding, or interest in mental health
  • Ability to keep up-to-date with the latest tools and trends


  • £85k-95k salary, with chunky seed round equity package
  • Private health, optical, audiological, and dental insurance with Vitality Health
  • Hybrid working, 3 days in and 2 days out, with great offices in Old Street
  • Three remote working fortnights a year (read more in our handbook)
  • 40 days off (inc 28 holidays, 3 end-of-year, 8 bank holidays, 1 volunteering)
  • Parental leave for primary and secondary caregivers
  • Monthly team outings
  • £500 personal wellbeing budget
  • Unlimited professional development allowance
  • A £100 budget for noise-cancelling headphone to help with deep work
  • Cycle to work scheme and Santander Cycles membership
  • If you want to learn more about how we work check out our Employee Handbook
We want to build a diverse team with different backgrounds, outlooks and experiences. If you need any adjustments or support when you’re applying, no worries. Just let us know at work@mojo.so

Applications are now closed