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Liquid Demo­cracy e.V. - Non-Profit

Since 2009 Liquid Democracy has worked to create the future of democracy. As an independent non-profit organization, we strive to discover new concepts and methods for digital citizen participation. Our recent projects include the central civic participation platform for the state of Berlin , the research project KOSMO about artificial intelligence and moderation and adhocracy+ , our most recent platform to make digital democracy easy for everyone.

More info on our projects can be found on our website at

We are looking for a Student Assistant for UI/UX and Graphic Design (f/m/x) with a passion for democratic participation

Location: Berlin Neukölln; 15–20 hours per week; starting from Sep. or Oct. 2024

Working field:

We are looking for a Student Assistant for UI/UX and Graphic Design (f/m/x) to join our team in September or October 2024.

As our Student Assistant for UI/UX and Graphic Design you work closely with our UI/UX Designer, and the development team as part of our Scrum Team. You support the design of the user interfaces and user experiences of our software projects and some print materials for our organisation. Here are your key contributions:

  • Help develop and design innovative UI and UX concepts for individual features, digital platforms, and projects to enhance digital participation
  • Assist in designing user interfaces for web-based and mobile applications
  • Conduct usability testing and report findings to improve user experience
  • Create wireframes, prototypes, or mockups for new digital features and products
  • Collaborate with developers to ensure accurate implementation of designs by testing new features and providing feedback
  • Make sure your designs adhere to official accessibility standards (e.g. German BITV 2.0, WCAG, etc.)
  • Assist in designing PR and marketing materials, including brochures, flyers, posters and social media
  • Ensure all materials adhere to brand guidelines and quality standards.
  • Participate in design reviews and provide constructive feedback regarding products, processes and team work.


  • You are currently enrolled as a student in a UI Design, User Experience Design or related program in a German university
  • You like to find creative solutions for technical constraints and your work focusses on the needs of users
  • You are interested in actively shaping a democratic and self-organized culture within the whole team
  • You like to take responsibility in a small team and are interested in shaping self-management process and a healthy communication culture
  • You are comfortable working with design tools like Sketch and
  • Ideally you have experience with web design frameworks such as Bootstrap
  • An interest for or experience working with accessibility standards is a big plus
  • You are fluent in English (C1/C2 level or comparable) and have some knowledge of German (B2 level or comparable would be beneficial)

What we offer:

  • You can be part of shaping the user experience of one of the most renowned Open Source participation software solutions
  • options to work in homeoffice and remotely (in co-ordination with your team members)
  • Limited contract for 2 years
  • 15–20 working hours per week, depending on your preferences
  • 6 weeks of vacation per year
  • structured onboarding process with a mentor
  • montly benefits: sponsored Urban Sports Club membership or GuudCard / Deutschlandticket
  • salary: 870–1.160 € per month (990–1.320 € from the second year onwards) depending on your working hours per week
  • Start date: Sept. or Oct. 2024

*We work for society*
At Liquid Democracy you work at a non-profit which wants to further social change and strives to find innovative answers to pressing political questions.

*Democracy at work*
We value democratic innovation not only in our projects but also in our internal processes. All team members decide on questions concerning the team together in our weekly plenary. We use our participation platform adhocracy+ to discuss and brainstorm together. As a team member you shape the internal democratic structure as well as our societal mission to enhance and innovate digital democracy.

*Healthy communication*
We think a good work environment needs more than modern computers and flexible working hours (we have those as well). To have healthy and productive discussions, we use and experiment with ideas such as non-violent communication and systemic consensus finding.

*Work location*
We have an open-plan office in Neukölln on the first floor. There is an elevator accessible via a ramp, an automatic door, and a non-automatic door. There are several all-gender restrooms that are not barrier-free. Meetings of the entire team take place online or hybrid. Individual groups freely decide whether to meet online, offline or hybrid. After the trial period, team members decide for themselves how much time they want to work from the office or home office, depending on their responsibilities. If it is not possible for you to work in the office, e.g. for accessibility reasons, feel free to contact us and we will find a solution.

We are committed to building a team that represents a variety of backgrounds, identities and perspectives. Therefore, we encourage you to apply regardless of your background, gender, sexual orientation, age group, physical or mental ability, or social background.
We share the view that organizations in the technology sector in particular need to become more diverse. We still have a long way to go as an organization, but we are actively working to identify and counteract discriminatory structures.

How to apply:

We look forward to your digital application via email to Please include your earliest possible start date and, if you have any, links to previous projects you worked on, for example in the form of a portfolio. Please note: A cover letter explaining your motivation is much more important to us than your CV and certificates. Applications and any questions can be directed to Marcelo (he/him). The deadline for applications is August 11, 2024. Please note that we might already begin with interviews before the deadline.