Why join 3Commas team
Since the company was established as a start-up 5 years ago, we have reached the status of world famous crypto-trading terminal and platform. We have 130 000 unique users per month all over the world, and monthly trading value is over $22,500,000,000.
For last year, we have opened new products and features, started the establishing of a new design system. Keeping do so, in our plans to add more deep UX-expertise & product researches to discovery and delivery phases. Now we transform our product vision and design processes.
In our company, product designers decides about and have influence on the final product concepts. We do not hire designers who blindly say “OK, I will move the button from here to there” insteed of “Tell me what the problem or what the goal is so I find the solution”. You will work in a product team not as an operating designer. You will work closecly with PO, determining the future of your product, working together over product development processes.


  • High independence in work on product vision
  • Data driven decision
  • Knowledge of the principles of analytics and the ability to apply it when designing layouts
  • Knowledge and experience in conduction of UX-tests
  • Knowledge of Figma-based Design System principles
  • Since we have high expectations from a product design role, we are ready to skip if you have not some real experience in case you are ready to catch up quickly and study intensively

What we offer:

  • Optionally work from the office in Tallinn or remotely
  • Inspiring leadership and knowledgeable, creative, genuinely kind colleagues
  • Flexible schedule
  • Paid annual leave, paid sick leave
  • Competitive salary offers based on your skills
  • In-house lessons for your crypto-trading skills
  • English courses to stay in touch with your colleagues

All of our product design candidates can show a real portfolio and tell during interview everything about the demonstrated product from portfolio. Such presentation should include an immersive info about what was the goal of a given task, what users problem you were solving, what company goals you were reaching, how did you validate your design decision, what have shown a ux-test or metrics on release. And so on.