Experience Designer

With a true artist-first perspective, Doors strives to create a frictionless experience for creators and their audience. This comes with a set of challenges and we’d like you to be a part of the solutions.

We’re early-stage. The product team is quite small but growing fast.

In other words, we’re a startup.

Even though things are moving rapidly, we care deeply about work-life balance and are creating a modern, open and flexible workplace.

What do we mean by Experience Designer?

One of our big focus areas in the product dept. is shaping the next version of our virtual venue. The digital space where the artist perform and their audience interact. Both with the artist, friends they're watching with and the rest of the audience. We think of it as Social Live.

To create this new experience, we've put together a multi-disciplinary team of UX people, creative technologists, designers, developers, behavioural scientists etc.

As an Experience Designer you'll be working together with these amazing people primarily on visual design, motion and maybe even 3D mockups, to make the ideas of the team come to life and create references for what we will build in code.

If you think this role might be yours we would love to see what you've been up to, preferably in an online portfolio.

Have a look at our Design Principles to see if you think we're a good match.



To apply, please send an email to [email protected]. Attach your portfolio and resume or LinkedIn profile and type “Experience Designer” somewhere in the subject.

We look forward to hearing from you!


Doors was founded in 2020 in Stockholm by music, tech and broadcast innovators to shape the future of live online concert experiences. At its core, it’s the passion for an experience and the thrill of a live performance.

Live streaming for artists is broken. It’s underdeveloped, under-monetized, under-licensed, and under-professionalized. We’re fixing that.

Doors is new, some of us have spent more than a decade building and growing companies at the crossroads of music and tech. We don’t know what the future holds, but we’re determined to find out.


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