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  • Shogun logo

    Director of Marketing Design

    North America Only
    1 week ago

    Shogun is on a mission to empower brands to create exceptional ecommerce experiences, and in the process, build the world's best remote company.

    Since being in the Winter 2018 batch of Y-Combinator, we've seen tremendous growth while intentionally creating a culture where people from all backgrounds belong. Our company and products are informed by diverse perspectives from the best talent around the world. We are fully remote, have no offices, and are looking for team members who are excited to work remotely.

    We closed our Series A and B in 2020, and after raising a $67.5M Series C in 2021, we are scaling faster than ever. Join us to grow your career with our rapidly growing company!


    For this position, we are looking for candidates located in North America.

    What You'll Do

    Our Marketing team tells the world the story of Shogun. As the Director of Marketing Design you will help our team designers craft and deliver that story to as many people as possible. You will direct your team and apply our brand to design work, as well as hire, grow and mentor the designers on the team now and in the future. You will set best practices, create process and strategy, and collaborate with all the leads of the pillars of marketing, as well as the product design team leads.

    What You'll Bring

    Need to have

    • Working experience with big-picture design thinking on a fast-moving marketing team
    • Experience with design-oriented tech companies
    • 3+ years experience in hiring, leading, and scaling diverse, geographically dispersed, high-performing teams
    • An excellent eye for modern design aesthetics
    • The ability to facilitate workshops, lead design direction, and mentor designers

    Nice to have

    • Experience with ecommerce
    • Sharp, pixel-perfect visual skills and experience in the latest design software (Sketch, Figma, Webflow)
    • Demonstrated knowledge of analyzing complex user flows and distilling them into easy to use end user experiences
    • The ability to be self-started and know what makes you productive
    • Experience working with content, product marketing, growth, and demand-gen teams
    • Experience with analytics, optimization, and other marketing techniques

    What We Offer

    • Competitive salary
    • Benefits (vary by location)
    • Equity
    • A highly skilled and dedicated team that is fun to work with
    • Remote work – We are a diverse and distributed team that uses Slack, Zoom, Notion and other tools to stay connected

    Our Values

    • Work in the open: Operate with high integrity and choose what's right over what's easy. Be transparent as a company and with each other
    • People are People: Treat yourself, colleagues, and customers with dignity, empathy, and respect. Start from a presumption of positive intent
    • Win and grow together: Strive to be the best, individually, and as a team. Support and encourage each other. Seek opportunities for growth

    Shogun supports workplace diversity and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender identity/expression, national origin, age, military service eligibility, veteran status, sexual orientation, marital status, physical or mental disability, or any other protected class.

    Please refer to the position specific location requirements listed under the location section of the job description as we are interested in every qualified candidate who is eligible to work in the mentioned location(s) without requiring employment visa sponsorship.

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  • Karat logo

    Director of UI, UX

    USA Only
    1 week ago

    Title: Director of UI/UX

    Location: Remote (Within U.S.)

    We’re Karat, the leader in technical interviewing

    Karat’s purpose is to Unlock Opportunity for engineers and companies alike, and our mission is to make every interview predictive, fair, and enjoyable. As the world’s technical hiring expert, we help companies hire smarter and grow faster, and create more opportunities for software engineers. From our industry-leading solutions to Karat’s Brilliant Black Minds program, the work we do here matters. We’re a passionate, smart, and committed team, and we want you to join our mission!

    Come join our Design team!

    Our Design team is committed to creating industry-leading user experiences that help Karat deliver on its purpose of unlocking opportunity.

    What you will do

    As Director of UI/UX at Karat, you will be a key partner in the full product lifecycle, from conducting research and developing a product vision through development and iteration. Leading the design function, you will also participate in product and design strategy, and help scale our processes through a wide variety of tools and systems.

    Karat’s HQ is based in Seattle, Washington, but we are open to remote candidates for this role (within the U.S.).

    • Lead and form relationships with business, engineering, product, marketing and other cross-functional teams
    • Oversee information architectures, task flows, user interaction models, wireframe screen flows, prototypes, detailed designs, design briefs, design specifications and guidelines with little direction.
    • Manage trade-offs and prioritization between engineering level-of-effort and customer experiences.
    • Collaborate with Product Managers to explore, understand, and advocate for user needs.
    • Define and prioritize our UX needs to enable easy value onboarding for new clients and mature existing customers towards additional value realization.
    • Define how we measure the success of UX releases, and report results to the broader Karat team.
    • Define the product roadmap in partnership with Engineering and Product.
    • Ability to make hypotheses, test with monitoring of data, organize the insights and identify ways to improve efficiency.
    • Hire, manage, mentor, and develop the product design team.
    • Be responsible for the delivery of a design system, making sure designs are cohesive across all products
    • Operate as a strategic leader, creating and owning the vision and roadmap of the Product Design team.

    The experience you bring

    • 10+ years of product design experience on complex products, ideally web/SaaS
    • Hands-on experience creating and supporting a culture that develops and nurtures designers
    • Experience conducting interview-driven user research
    • Strong command of user experience best practices, with working knowledge of Figma, Sketch, etc.
    • History collaborating with Product Managers at the research and discovery phases of a project
    • Effective communication skills ability to translate user needs and design cases to the rest of the team
    • Deep understanding to the experience of others, which includes our many types of users (clients, candidates) and a variety of partners within Karat
    • Bachelor’s degree in Design, Human Computer Interaction (HCI), Interaction, or equivalent practical experience a plus

    Benefits of joining Karat

    Karat strives to offer everything you need to best support you today, tomorrow, and beyond. We’re proud of our current offerings, and highlight some of our team’s favorites below. There are more, just feel free to ask!

    Compensation / Time Off:

    • Highly competitive salary and stock options
    • Generous paid PTO (see below) and Sick Leave (10 days per year)
    • Flexible Time Off Policy for salaried positions
    • Three weeks accrued per year for hourly positions
    • Parental Leave (12 weeks paid with transition back to work in part-time capacity)
    • 18 paid Company Holidays for 2021

    Benefits / Wellness:

    • Medical, dental, and vision insurance via Cigna or Kaiser (for CA-based employees)
    • 100% premium covered for employees
    • 70% premium covered for dependents
    • FSA, STD, LTD, Standard Life Insurance, and Optional Life Insurance
    • Mental Wellness offerings such as Calm, Happify, Talkspace, Modern Health, and more
    • $150 per month contribution to miscellaneous benefit/wellness of employee’s choice

    Learn more about us

    Statement of Non-Discrimination:

    In keeping with our beliefs and goals, no employee or applicant will face discrimination or harassment based on: race, color, ancestry, national origin, religion, age, gender, marital/domestic partner status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, disability status, or veteran status. Above and beyond discrimination and harassment based on protected categories, we also strive to prevent other subtler forms of inappropriate behavior (i.e., stereotyping) from ever gaining a foothold in our office. Whether blatant or hidden, barriers to success have no place at Karat.

    We value a diverse workforce: people of color, womxn, and LGBTQIA+ individuals are strongly encouraged to apply.

    If you have a disability or special need that requires accommodation, please let us know at people@karat.com.

  • JLS Trading Co. logo

    Art / Creative Director @ Fun Ecom Co | Great People & Flexible Hours

    JLS Trading Co.
    3 weeks ago

    - Do you get off making boring things look sexy AF?

    - Do you enjoy coaxing greatness out of designers?

    - Do you thrive in a high-stress environment filled with political infighting, bureaucracy, and corporate nonsense?

    If so, then we are the place for you, except you might hate how nice of a company we have - filled with happy, generally competent people that don’t put up with jerks. Frankly, it makes me sick how nice everyone is.

    We are remote full time, have very flexible hours, people are judged by their output, not by how much they suck up to the boss, and turnover is super low because the company believes that happy employees = happy customers = happy bank account. Simply disgusting, if you ask me.

    --Is this a real job ad?--

    Yup! Amazingly enough, we actually paid money to post this on a bunch of different job sites. And it’s not even a pyramid scheme! Plus, get this: the owner just started paying our 60 employees with money instead of Pizza Hut coupons - we’re big time, people.

    Our careers page is actually worth checking out to learn more about how insane we are:


    --What do you guys do?--

    Our business involves taking random products and then marketing the heck out of them, primarily on Amazon. We have hundreds of SKUs at the moment and are launching around 10-20 new products every single month. A small sampling:

    - Bad Parking Cards (http://amzn.com/B01HLGZRCQ)

    - Cable Tie Mounts (http://amzn.com/B06XNBS6TG)

    - K2-D3 Capsules (http://amzn.com/B07C451MZ9)

    We want to launch as many products as we can. Our business is growing rapidly every year, and it’s our intention to continue that for as long as possible, which means we need good people to help us keep up with the growth.

    --What is your company like?--

    1. Full Time Remote/Flexible Hours. You will be working from home in your pajamas, on your schedule. And we don’t care if you work 10 hour days 4 days a week or want to catch up on the weekend. So long as you put your hours in and get your work done, we’re happy.

    2. Complete Work/Life Balance. If you’re routinely working more than 45ish hours, you’re gonna get a friendly talking-to. We want you to be operating at 100% capacity, which means that you need to rest.

    3. You Can Be Yourself. You don’t have to put on a fake, professional face. You can just be yourself. You can talk smack to the CEO, and no one will think anything of it.

    4. Major Opportunities for Career Growth. We are not trying to just be a small business. We plan to be doing $100 million annually in the next few years. We promote quickly once we identify talent. It doesn’t matter what your credentials are – it matters what you get done.

    5. Strongly Anti-BS. Anybody in the company can (and is expected to) tell the CEO when he is wrong. There are no bureaucratic or BS rules getting in the way of getting work done.

    6. No Micro-Management. Once you’re trained and have demonstrated you know your stuff, we are pretty hands-off. In fact, if you need external management to stay on-task and motivated, we probably aren’t the place for you.

    7. Supportive Environment. We don’t operate via intense stress or unreasonable top-down deadlines. Everyone wants you to be successful – internal politics are at a minimum here.

    8. No Toxic People Allowed. We try very hard to screen out mean people before they get in, but in case they slip through, we fire them quickly. Imagine never having to interact with toxic people at work - how nice would that be?

    9. We’ll Invest in Your Training. We want you and everyone to get better constantly. You’ll be learning new things all the time, and are strongly encouraged to invest time every day to learn new things, improve your system/work process, and just generally try to make your life easier.

    10. Four+ Weeks Vacation. We 100% want you to recharge, so having plenty of time off is absolutely worth it.

    --What are your company’s values?--

    See here: http://www.jlstradingco.com/careers/

    Yes, those are legitimately our values. The careers page is definitely worth checking out - it’s not just normal corporate BS. We promise you’ll learn a lot about us.

    --What will I actually be doing?--

    Super short version:

    Overseeing the production of a wide variety of art assets and creative media in order to help us make as much money as possible

    Here is a bulleted list of responsibilities:

    - Come up with concepts for each design, often in collaboration with others

    - Give feedback to graphic designers/others on how to make their art better

    - Organize workflows to keep things moving smoothly

    - Keep art production high (real artists ship!)

    - Mentor your team to get better and better over time

    - Probably produce some art yourself on occasion

    - Build tight systems so we can scale

    Like everyone else in the company, you will also need to innovate regularly - which means figuring out ways to improve quality and production speed.

    It is challenging, but fun work that’s going to require a lot of time and task management, problem-solving, and a reasonable amount of people skills.

    --What type of media are you working with?--

    The big areas are:

    - Amazon product images, which can include live photography or 3D renders (each image needs to sell the product independently)

    - Product photography (we gotta make our stuff look as beautiful as possible)

    - Packaging/label design for our products

    - Printed product design (we sell a lot of stickers and things like that)

    - Social media advertising (not as much here, but we’re doing more and more)

    We eventually want to get into video, but that is down the road for us.

    --Is this worldwide remote?--

    Yes absolutely.

    --Do I need experience?--

    Yes - this is not an entry-level position. This is much more of a mid-level/senior role, where you’re managing a lot of things vs being the only person producing the actual art.

    You don’t necessarily need to have been a full-on creative director before, but you need to be experienced in the visual arts of some variety. Graphic design, photography, etc as long as you’re ready to make the leap into managing people vs solely being an individual contributor.

    --Is this just managing?--

    Probably not, at least not yet. We aren’t big enough to where giving feedback and directing people on things is a full time job. You will likely be more of a “creative generalist” who can gap-fill into whatever creative position needs you/could use more production.

    --Do I need a college degree?--

    You just need to be awesome.

    --This sounds pretty good, though I’m still skeptical that this isn’t a pyramid scheme.--

    You and the IRS both!

    --That doesn’t resolve any of my fears, but what do I need to do to apply?--

    Please submit your information on the following page to apply:


    We promise to respond within 5-10 business days even if our answer is No.

    There will be multiple steps in this process, FYI, including a long written application, interviews with potentially a few different people, and (a) paid work test(s). Hiring the right people is really hard and very expensive if we do it poorly, so we have to front-load the process. I'm sorry about that and thank you for sticking with us.

    Once you’re in our pipeline though, I would anticipate giving you a final answer within a few weeks, depending on how it goes. We definitely don’t want to string you along, and as long as you do what we ask, we promise to tell you “yes” or “no”, and to not just ghost you (like everybody I match with on Tinder).

    Thank you for your time and interest, and I hope we can work together soon!


    JLS Trading Co. provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability or genetics. In addition to federal law requirements, JLS Trading Co. complies with applicable state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment in every location in which the company has facilities. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation and training.

    JLS Trading Co. expressly prohibits any form of workplace harassment based on race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, genetic information, disability, or veteran status. Improper interference with the ability of JLS Trading Co.’s employees to perform their job duties may result in discipline up to and including discharge

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