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  • Litmus logo

    Senior Product Designer (UX/UI)

    Litmus
    USA Only
    3 days ago

    We are looking for a Senior Product Designer to join our Design team. In this role,  you'll partner with a Product Manager to own a pillar of our product strategy and define the roadmap for it.  You’ll also explore, research, and design each of the projects on the roadmap from initial idea to fully realized design—working with a dedicated team of engineers to make your vision a reality.  As a member of the Design team, you’ll also have a key role guiding the holistic vision for the UX of our product, helping evolve and improve our design process, and representing the voice of our customers inside and out of the product organization.

    • Know our customers, their needs, and the role Litmus plays in their work life 
    • Take each project from concept to finished product, including defining research needs, exploring different solutions, specifying UX and interaction designs, and creating the final high-fidelity designs and prototypes 
    • Embed yourself into a scrum team, working closely with the product manager to create designs, and partnering with the engineers during implementation of your designs 
    • Coordinate user testing of our product and your own prototypes 
    • Partner with the other designers and our UX engineer in creating, maintaining, and evolving our Litmus Design System 
    • Explain and discuss the thinking and process behind your designs. Decisions should have a reason -- always be able to articulate the “why” 
    • Collaborate constantly -- seek and incorporate feedback from your stakeholders, and help make other designers’ work better with your suggestions 

    What is Litmus looking for in a candidate?

    • 5 plus years of Product Design Experience in desktop, mobile, and/or web-based application design—ideally including time spent working on B2B software 
    • A strong portfolio illustrating your work, highlighting your individual strengths and design process 
    • Expertise with Figma, Sketch, or a similar tool for both designing and creating interactive prototypes 
    • Experience working from and maintaining a design library and product style guide 
    • Collaborative approach when working with other designers and scrum team 
    • Nice to have:
      • Experience with marketing tools and the needs of marketers 
      • Visual design flourish 
      • Experience working in a fully remote, distributed environment 

    Why should I choose Litmus?

    • We offer everything you’d expect from a profitable company that’s been going strong for 10+ years, including a great salary and stock options, comprehensive health care benefits, and a generous retirement plan match 
    • You’ll receive 28 days of paid vacation—on top of team retreats and public holidays
    • A platform for good: Affinity Groups, a culture of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion, and volunteer days—creating belonging for all is in our DNA both inside and outside of work #bebeyondlitmus
    • Remote-friendly culture. No matter where you are, you’ll feel connected to the team
    • Over half of our employees work remotely in the U.S. and UK and your work experience is just as exciting, entertaining (!), and engaging 
    • We take family seriously and offer flexible schedules and generous parental leave programs
    • We give you great tools and tech to do your best work: Hardware, software, and home- and office setups

    Not sure if you meet all the requirements? Please apply! We know no job description can measure a person’s attitude, aptitude, or amplitude (the ability to turn it up a notch) and highly encourage you to apply. 

    Our approach is shaped by a strong respect for each individual. This applies to every aspect of employment – from equitable wages, work-life balance, the freedom to be your whole self, to equal opportunities for growth and development at Litmus. We believe wholeheartedly the more inclusive we are, the better our work will be.

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  • Reverb.com logo

    Senior Product Designer – Seller Experience

    Reverb.com
    USA Only
    3 days ago

    Senior Product Designer – Seller Experience

    • 3345 N Lincoln Ave, Chicago, IL
    • Employees can work remotely
    • Full-time

    Company Description

    Reverb is the largest online marketplace dedicated to buying and selling new, used, and vintage musical instruments. Since launching in 2013, Reverb has grown into a vibrant community of buyers and sellers all over the world. By focusing on inspiring content, price transparency, musician-focused eCommerce tools, a music-savvy customer service team, and more, Reverb has created an online destination where the global music community can connect over the perfect piece of music gear.

    We believe that music makes the world a better place, which is why our mission is to make the world more musical. Sales on Reverb help support Reverb Gives, which provides youth music education programs across the world with instruments they need to make music.

    Job Description

    We are looking for an experienced product designer who can help our sellers and brand partners grow their business on Reverb. As a Senior Product Designer, you will be responsible for setting design strategy, execution and collaborating tightly with product managers and engineers to ensure we are delivering simple, enticing experiences that delightfully address our customers’ needs. Do you feel energized by crafting experiences customers love that drive business goals? If so, this may be the role for you!

    Responsibilities

    In this role you will:

    • Work in a squad with a product manager, 3-7 engineers, along with support from researchers and analysts.
    • Set design strategy and priorities, and plan discovery, roadmaps and experiments with your partners
    • Collaborate on discovery and ideation workshops and effectively align the group around a vision and approach
    • Ideate and prototype designs to test hypotheses with users to discover insights that evolve the work forward
    • Take part in design critiques and present your work to peers and leadership for feedback

    This is a full-time position reporting to the Product Design Manager. We are open to remote hires within multiple states as well as candidates local to Chicago, IL who are comfortable traveling to an office at least 2 days per week. For candidates who will work remotely visit this link for a list of approved locations

    Qualifications

    Ideally you’ll bring:

    • Strong skills across interaction design, visual design, information architecture and UX strategy, along with shown success applying those skills to develop new experiences and build upon existing features
    • Experience collaborating with UX researchers to craft and conduct research that illuminates unmet customer needs and validates your design decisions
    • Successful track record of applying insights from research and experimentation to craft designs that clearly impact business and customer experience goals
    • Ability to negotiate, persuade and effectively present a clear vision to partners, stakeholders and leadership
    • Experience working on mobile web, desktop and native app platforms with an understanding of how mobile web experiences translates to native apps

    Additional Information

    Reverb offers compensation packages that include base, bonus, and equity in the form of Etsy restricted stock units.

    Some of our key benefits include but are not limited to the following:

    • 100% paid medical, dental, and vision coverage for employees and their eligible dependents (you read it right: no premiums!)
    • Life, AD&D, and supplemental long-and short-term disability insurance
    • A matching 401(k)
    • A generous PTO policy that includes vacation, sick/mental health days plus 11 paid holidays and two floating holidays.
    • 18 weeks of gender-neutral parental leave for the birth or adoption of a child
    • Up to $7,500 reimbursement of adoption-related expenses
    • Paid sabbatical program
    • Ways to give back to your community through a charitable contribution match and volunteer time off

    At Reverb, we believe that a diverse, equitable and inclusive workplace makes us a more relevant and resilient company. We welcome people from all backgrounds, ethnicities, cultures, and experiences. Reverb is an equal opportunity employer. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, ancestry, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital or family status, disability, gender identity or expression, veteran status, or any other legally protected status. We will ensure that individuals with disabilities are provided a reasonable accommodation to participate in the job application or interview process, to perform crucial job functions, and to receive other benefits and privileges of employment.

    We know that the impostor syndrome and confidence gap are real. Please do not hesitate to apply!

  • You Need A Budget (YNAB) logo

    Humbly Confident Product Designer

    You Need A Budget (YNAB)
    Worldwide
    6 days ago

    About Us and Why We’re Hiring

    We build “You Need a Budget,” the best budgeting software around. (But people in the know call us YNAB, which is pronounced “why-nab.”) For more than a decade, people have been buying YNAB and then telling their friends what a difference it has made in their lives. Google us, or read some of our reviews on the app store, and you’ll see what we mean. We love building something that has a huge positive impact on people’s lives.

    We’re a software ecosystem that includes personal budgeting apps for web, iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, and Android phones. Our mission is to make sure the whole world knows that a budget is the best life and financial planning tool ever invented—and help make it simple and joyful to use one.

    If you’re the product designer we’re looking for, you have experience designing great interfaces and experiences for most of the platforms listed above. More importantly, you’re a designer who views your job as that of a problem solver. You have a knack for interaction design and love logical UI patterns, but you also foster a deep empathy for people. We design our software to fit our customers more than our fancy, and you enjoy digging through (and conducting!) research that leads the way in the design process. You’ve been around the block a few times and know what it means to design a mature, evolving product. 

    Requirements (these are real, actual requirements): 

    • You must have at least three years of experience working in product or game design. Familiarity with complex or data-rich interfaces is a plus. If your experience is primarily in game design, please indicate in your cover letter why you are interested in moving to product design. 
    • You have experience designing applications for both web and mobile. In your cover letter, please include the platforms for which you have designed and your level of experience with them. 
    • We are looking for a designer who has a strong background in user experience and usability but who also can design interfaces independently. This is a truly mixed position where you will be responsible for activities traditionally held in the “UX” and “UI” wheelhouses. And the usability testing / research wheelhouse, too. (Can you have three wheelhouses? Are they still wheelhouses? Yes, we do philosophical tangents, too.)

    That’s a super-brief intro to what we’re looking for. But first, you need to know if you’ll even like working with us. Let’s talk a bit about life at YNAB, and then we’ll go into more detail about this role. 

    We’re profitable, bootstrapped, and growing. YNAB was founded in 2004 and we haven’t taken any outside funding—we’re in it for the long haul. We have one overarching requirement when it comes to joining our team: our original Core Values Manifesto has to really click with you. If you’re nodding emphatically while reading it, you’ll probably really like it here, and we can’t wait to hear from you!

    We live our Core Values every day at YNAB, and we mean it when we say we are an equal opportunity employer. We believe that a diversity of backgrounds, abilities, beliefs, and experiences are critical to our success, and we are passionate about creating a welcoming, supportive, and collaborative environment for all employees. All are encouraged to apply as we continue to grow a smart, hard-working, and diverse team who loves working together to build something that matters.

    We also work really hard, together, to make working at YNAB an amazing experience, and we were (humbly) proud to be named Fortune’s #1 Best Small Company to Work For for the last two years. We have a team full of truly exceptional people—the kind you’ll be excited to work with. We’d love to introduce you to a few of them!

    Who you’d be working with:

    We’re talking product design here, so you’ll be working with a lot of different people. We can’t even list them all, really. So we’ll start with a few of your seven fellow product designers: Alan, Cindy, Dylan, Emily, and Adam. 

    Alan can be seen wearing many hats—and loving every second of it. He could be interviewing customers one day and programming a prototype in Framer the next. He loves exploring ideas with teammates and lives for that rush when the team discovers a novel solution to a difficult problem. When he’s not busy designing, he’s probably either at the gym or working to improve his culinary skills… or contemplating the conflicts that occasionally arise between the two.

    Cindy sweats the small details when it comes to crafting simple, intuitive experiences. Her favorite part about the design process is learning from our customers to understand their needs. She makes research and user testing a top priority in her workflow. In her downtime, you can bet she’s starting another home improvement project—which she swears she’ll finish soon—or hiking with her dog, Summit.

    Dylan loves all things design, especially getting to the simplicity found on the other side of complexity. Above his desk (ahem, kitchen table, it's a small apartment after all) sits an inconspicuous letterpressed card with Dieter Rams' 10 principles of good design on it. In his spare time he's probably doing something active, watching a film, taking photos, practicing piano, reading a book. 

    Emily is a design generalist, through and through. What she loves most about being a designer—besides the obvious draw of working with a team to build things people love—is how much there is to learn. Right now she's focused on honing her coding skills enough to be able to put up the occasional pull request as well as practicing the art of writing great microcopy. She enjoys reading books, cooking, biking, lifting weights, and spending time outdoors. 

    Adam is a product designer from Ireland who loves to focus on how people experience YNAB, especially first-time users. He obsesses over the small details, while keeping the bigger picture in mind. You'll probably find him living in Figma, thinking about solutions to problems or finding new ways to approach things. When he's not busy with design, he'll be spending time with his two boys, Charlie and Max, and his wonderful partner, Annie!

    And as we said above, you’ll also cross paths with—well—probably everyone else. People like Chris and Sophie (a couple of our engineers), Hannah or Jacob (both product managers), Jannelle (one of our technical support managers), and Kelly (our product marketing specialist).

    How You’ll Work at YNAB

    Now that you’ve met some of your potential future teammates, let’s talk more about YNAB as a company. Here’s how we operate:

    Live Where You Want

    We’re a fully remote team, so you can live and work wherever you want (with a reliable internet connection!). That said, you’ll be working predominantly with folks based in North America, so we expect that you’ll be willing and able to work North American hours for a significant portion of your time. Proximity doesn’t influence productivity, but it sure does help with communication sometimes.

    No Outrageous Hours

    We want everyone to have a full life outside of YNAB, and we seldom work more than 40 hours per week. There have been a few occasions where things got busy and people had to put some extra time in. But then they took some extra time off, so it all balances out. We work hard and smart but we’re in this for the long haul.

    Take Vacation (Seriously)

    We want you to take vacation. In fact, we have a minimum vacation policy of three weeks per year. Five weeks feels about right (plus two extra weeks for our company-wide December break). It’s important to get plenty of downtime and get out and do something. We’ll look forward to seeing pictures of your adventures in our #office_wall or #travel Slack channel!

    The YNAB Retreat

    When the pandemic isn’t keeping us from traveling, we get the teams together once a year to catch up on spreadsheets and powerpoints in a Best Western conference room. Just kidding. So far, we’ve done Costa Rica, a gigantic cabin in the mountains, a beach house in the Outer Banks, a ranch in Montana, and most recently, Laguna Beach. We work together, play together, and reinforce the bonds we’ve made as a team and company. Every year, we leave refreshed, motivated, and excited for the year ahead together.

    Up Your Game

    We’re serious about helping you improve your craft. We budget for it (hey-o!). Think conferences, online courses and subscriptions, dedicated time away from work to learn something new… it’s really up to you and your manager. But we love to see our people growing.  

    U.S. or International? Great!

    Our team is spread all over the world, including Switzerland, Argentina, Scotland, Canada, and all over the United States. We currently set up team members who live in the U.S. or U.K. as employees, and those who live in other countries as independent contractors. You’re an equal part of the team no matter where you live!

    Benefits

    For full-time W2 employees in the U.S., we offer fantastic health, dental, and vision insurance, where we cover 100% of the premium for you and your family. No need to check your vision, you read that right—100%. Although if you did need to check your vision, NBD, we’ve got you covered!

    We also have a Traditional and Roth 401(k) option. YNAB matches your contributions up to six percent, and matches vest immediately. (Are you a personal finance junkie like our founder Jesse? He set up YNAB’s 401k to have the lowest fee structure possible, where all plan costs are paid by YNAB, not your retirement nest egg. The investment funds available are fantastic, passively-managed, ultra low-cost index funds. You’re not a PF junkie? Trust us, it’s awesome.) For U.K. employees, we also contribute six percent to your pension.

    Competitive Compensation

    The starting salary range for this position is $98,000 - $121,000 USD annually. We consider raises every year, and have a bi-annual profit-share bonus, which you’re in on from day one. YNAB wins, you win—that kind of thing.

    Other Tidbits

    • Once you start, we DEMAND (in a friendly, ALL CAPS IS YELLING way) that you fill out your “Bucket List” spreadsheet with 50 items. (That’s harder than it sounds!) 
    • The bucket list really helps in deciding what we should give you for your birthday and the holidays.
    • We’re all adults. There’s no need to punch a clock, or ask for permission to take off early one afternoon to go see the doctor. We look at what you accomplish, not how long you’re in front of a computer.
    • We want you firing on all cylinders so we’ll set you up with a shiny new computer and replace it every three years.
    • Did we mention that YNAB makes a huge, positive difference in people’s lives? You may not think that matters much, but then a few months down the road you’ll realize it’s made your job really, really enjoyable. Don’t underestimate this one!

    If this sounds like your ideal environment, read on because now we want to talk about you, and how you’ll play a big part in changing people’s lives.

    Now, back to you, our new Product Designer…

    What Success Looks Like: 

    Our goal is for every customer to achieve life-changing financial control—and for the whole planet to realize it’s possible. No small thing, right? In 2022, we’re focused on making YNAB effortless for new budgeters from their very first experience, and also helping all customers see YNAB fit their needs—functional, social, and emotional—as they resolve financial struggles.

    You’ll need to: 

    • Understand the journey our customers take, not just as they use our apps, but in the real world as they seek to take control of their financial lives.
    • Learn the principles, design system, and financial logic of our apps like the back of your hand. You have no problem designing a cross-platform feature for the web and mobile apps. You can clearly discern and navigate the relationship between the UI and the available data behind the scenes. 
    • Solve design problems in a customer-centric feedback loop. Research plays a big part in our design process so you’ll need to break down quantitative analytics and qualitative feedback to make informed design decisions. You’ll also follow up on the data gathered after the feature is released and continue to iterate and improve your designs until the data confirms success. 
    • Guide your work from ideation to release. You will document your work for review with fellow designers, developers, product managers, and stakeholders, make agreed-upon refinements, and will work with the developers on the upcoming feature. Design reviews during the development process examine form and function and you will see the feature through to the end. 
    • Be comfortable iterating with low-fidelity designs and prototypes while working in cross-functional teams made up of developers, product managers, marketers, and customer-facing team members (waterfalls are for rivers!), while continuing to pursue a meticulous and thorough design.
    • Communicate and document the styling, flows, and the impact of your designs on other parts of the system. You’ll update this documentation as feedback comes in and the apps evolve. On the flip side, you’ll provide feedback in design reviews that is clear and helpful in moving our products forward. We sell software, not mockups. 
    • Communicate, explain, persuade, explore and otherwise get all the things done in writing. Yes, we like talking to each other, but as a remote team, much of our collaboration is asynchronous and written.
    • Be comfortable writing a first pass at UI copy which is then refined with the help of your team in design reviews. There’s no lorem ipsum here. 
    • Speak the language of software development. If you’re also comfortable diving into HTML and CSS (or any of the programming languages in our development stack!) to help implement your design work, that’s a plus, but it’s not a requirement.
    • We use Figma for the vast majority of design work and maintaining our design system. You will aid in the expansion and maintenance of the design system and feel comfortable contributing new UI for our applications and website. If you have experience developing and maintaining design systems and can help us strike a balance between fighting for consistency and pushing the design system forward, that’s another plus.
    • Be comfortable talking to customers in interviews and usability testing. You have a knack for summarizing research in a concise way to share with teammates. 

    Finally, the success of a designer at YNAB hinges upon the ability to approach design as holistic problem solving for both customer and business goals. We work collaboratively here and you’ll listen to ideas, questions, and critiques from teammates with grace and patience. That said, you know your stuff and can eloquently and logically explain design decisions. You see this type of exchange as critical to the success of yourself and our product: it is through sharing ideas and being open to the brilliance of others that we arrive at the best solutions.

    How to Apply

    • Apply directly on our site here by 11:59pm PST on Sunday, January 30th. Firm. It’s a real deadline. The kind you love.
    • Attach a PDF of your cover letter (1.5 pages at most). In your cover letter:
      • Introduce yourself and explain why this position is of interest to you, and why you would be a great fit. 
      • Please include the platforms for which you have designed and your level of experience with them. 
      • If your experience is primarily in game design, please indicate why you are interested in moving to product design. 
      • We love a designer with a perspective. What’s yours? Feel free to touch on your beliefs on how design should be done, what it’s used for, or why it’s important. 
    • Please include a portfolio that contains the following: 
      • Design work across web and mobile 
      • Your design process (for example, sketches, interviews, documentation, etc.)
      • Links to any live work 
      • Please state the role you played on each project
    • If you have a prepared resume, attach it in PDF form. If you don’t have a resume because you aren’t even sure you’re looking to change jobs, that’s fine! An informal list of your work and education history is all we’re looking for.
    • Please let us know if you would like to disclose a need for accommodation in connection with the recruitment and hiring process. If so, contact us at accommodations@youneedabudget.com and indicate in the subject line that you’re applying for the Product Designer role.
    • Note: though we know it is customary in some countries, we’d prefer if you didn’t share a headshot in your application materials. Thank you!

    We’re excited to hear from you!

    P.S. We'll send you a confirmation email once you apply. Please add that email to your safe sender list, to ensure that future emails come through. (If you don’t receive it, please check your Promotions inbox, junk folder, or any filters you may have set up.)

    P.P.S. If you’re not interested in or available for this position, but know someone who is, we would really appreciate it if you passed this along!

  • Jack Henry & Associates logo

    Product Design Manager

    Jack Henry & Associates
    USA Only
    6 days ago

    Description & requirementsCommunity banks and credit unions are the backbone of our communities and our economy. It’s our mission to make sure they can compete with the big banks and challengers when it comes to providing beautiful experiences to their customers. Help support this mission by joining our product team for Banno (www.banno.com) at Jack Henry & Associates. As a Product Design Manager, you will be responsible for both design and people leadership, crafting a variety of experiences that span across web, mobile, and beyond. We are committed to creativity, thoughtfulness, culture, and openness — the perfect place to make phenomenal products that have meaningful impact. We place a high value on individuals who are self-motivated and can work across the design disciplines of IA, UX, and visual design. Our team is distributed and that means you can live and work anywhere within the US.This position will be hired from any Jack Henry Office or Remotely within the US.Minimum qualifications

    • Minimum 7 years of end-to-end UX/UI design experience.  
    • Minimum 2 years of leadership experience with direct reports.  
    • Portfolio must exhibit a strong understanding of both UI/UX and visual design.
    • Must have a portfolio link on your resume, or a combined resume and portfolio PDF in order to be considered for the position. If your portfolio is password protected, password must be provided to be considered.  

    Preferred qualification

    • Bachelor’s degree. 
    • Ability to lead by example with a strong emphasis on empathetic listening, effective communication, and proactive problem solving.
    • Experience with best practices and design patterns for web and mobile environments.
    • Ability to quickly grasp technical concepts and constraints while designing thoughtful solutions.

    Essential functions

    • Conducts 1:1s with a small team of designers.
    • Assist with project planning.  
    • Mentors and helps designers grow by providing timely feedback and assisting with goal setting.
    • Partners with design leadership to create a productive and positive work environment.
    • Acts as a resource to the organization by becoming a knowledge expert and design lead for the applications you and your team design for.
    • Turns high level product requirements into workflows and designs.
    • Creates clean, intuitive, and responsive interfaces with reusable design patterns.
    • Creates wireframes and prototypes for testing, analysis, and review to ensure UX and technical business needs are met.
    • Collaborates with product management, business analysts, and development to understand and establish user requirements.
    • Creates detailed specifications to guide development teams.
    • Confidently communicates the rationale of design decisions.
    • Remains current on UI/UX trends and technology.
    • Approaches design from a humble perspective that places a high level of importance on user empathy.
    • Communicates effectively across small, interdisciplinary teams to foster a collaborative work environment. 
    • Rapidly iterates on design solutions based on feedback and technical needs.
  • Imgur logo

    Senior Product Designer

    Imgur
    Worldwide
    1 week ago

    Senior Product Designer

    at Imgur

    Remote

    Looking for an opportunity to grow and challenge your creativity at a fun and positive company? Imgur is looking for a [remote] Senior Product Designer with 3+ years of experience to help drive product, interaction and visual design.

    Let us introduce ourselves we are Imgur, the place where memes are born and selfies get down voted into oblivion. We have a community of 200+ million monthly users that visit us every day and leave with smiles on their faces. Come help us lift the world’s spirit!

    About This Role

    As a Senior Product Designer at Imgur you will collaborate closely with the product, engineering, community, and data teams to transform the Imgur native apps and desktop website. You will touch every part of the design process from wireframes, to high-fidelity mockups and prototypes. You are an effective storyteller, presenter, and empathic negotiator. You have a refined sense of UI, a passion for user-centered design and a folder on your phone full of memes. If you’re eager to take on an array of responsibilities in a dynamic, fast-paced environment, you just might be the perfect fit.

    You would:

    • Lead a collaborative design process from conception to launch, involving engineers, product managers, community managers, and data analysts.
    • Translate ideas into pixel-perfect mockups, animated prototypes, and design specs.
    • Use data analytics, usability testing, and research to inform and validate design decisions and focus on constant improvement.

    You are a Product Designer with:

    • 3+ years of experience in product design, UX design, prototyping, or related fields
    • Strong knowledge of user interface design processes and methodology across various platforms, including responsive web and native mobile apps
    • Solid experience applying and driving user-centered design processes while working collaboratively with stakeholders, such as engineering, product management, and data teams.
    • Successful track record of partnering with Product Managers to strategize and communicate the rationale for new product features
    • Strong online portfolio featuring your experience as a product designer, with a focus on Product Design, User Experience Design, UI and Interaction design.
    • Proficiency with Figma (our primary tool). Adobe CC and other prototyping programs are a bonus.
    • Degree, bootcamp training, or real-world experience in Graphic Design, Digital Product Design, Multimedia, Human-Computer Interaction Design, or other relevant fields.
    • Experience with user research is a plus.
    • Experience with front-end coding is nice to have.
  • HubSpot logo

    Senior Product Designer

    HubSpot
    USA Only
    1 week ago

    Title: Senior Product Designer, Dev Getting Started

    Location: Remote – USA

    HOW DO WE DESIGN?

    Design at HubSpot is both grounded in experience design fundamentals and a deep belief that small autonomous teams are the best way to get excellent work in customer’s hands.

    • We value solving for the customer above all else
    • We give each designer the responsibility and ownership to chart the course for their designs throughout the product and across teams. We don’t do sign-offs and burdensome documentation.
    • We respect user research and content and work cooperatively with them while designing
    • We carefully lead and maintain a high-functioning, usability-centered design system and design language with our front-end teammates.
    • We’re embedded on small teams with engineers and product managers in sane sustainable ratios

    Senior Product Designer

    Our Designers are embedded on Product teams. Your goal will be to create simple and powerful experiences that enable our customers to be more successful. This is an important role and has serious, measurable business impact. We’re looking for UX designers excited to gain more autonomy in their work.

    The TeamGetting Started as a developer on the HubSpot platform is a critical experience. Our team is looking to get developers oriented to the platform, and access to the tools and features that will make them successful. We’ve found that the first few hours of a developer’s time with HubSpot are absolutely critical. This team will be focused on making that first experience a good one.

    Responsibilities:

    • Partner closely with product management and engineering leads to establish objectives, and key results for their Group(s)
    • Own responsibility for balancing speed, quality and consistency of design
    • Deep understanding of good user experience, IA, interaction and visual design
    • Deliver wireframes, system mapping, and polished visual UI designs
    • Break complex concepts into smaller, more manageable components
    • Provides thoughtful feedback to team design critiques
    • Build lasting relationships across the organization, including cross-product design teams, engineering, product management, and the broader business
    • Ability to work autonomously in a fast-paced tech environment

    Top candidates will have

    • Ability to articulate design decisions and ask tough questions to help surface and challenge assumptions. The word why comes out of your mouth at least once in every conversation.
    • Open communication style that makes it easy to give and receive feedback with the goal of becoming better at what you do and helping the people around you become more successful
    • Strong content design and information architecture skills
    • Experience working closely and collaboratively with developers and product managers in a fast-paced environment. Teamwork is central to how you get work done and you know how to build strong working relationships.
    • Technical writing or documentation experience is a huge plus.

    We know the confidence gap and imposter syndrome can get in the way of meeting spectacular candidates, so please don’t hesitate to apply we’d love to hear from you.

    Important COVID-19 Guidance (For candidates applying to roles in the United States):

    Per HubSpot’s policy all employees who wish to work @office or @flex or to visit an office in-person must be fully-vaccinated. At this time, @remote employees are not required to be vaccinated.

  • CloudZero logo

    Product Designer

    CloudZero
    USA Only
    1 week ago

    CloudZero puts SaaS companies in control of cloud costs by connecting technical engineering decisions with business results. The CloudZero Cost Intelligence platform is a single source of cloud cost truth for engineering leadership, finance organizations and the product teams building the software. Bringing in data from multiple sources, CloudZero helps customers understand their margins, unit costs and where their cloud investments are flowing to and from. Our users are highly technical and incredibly busy, so they have little patience for tools that are confusing or don’t perform well. They demand a great user experience from our solution to help them quickly answer complex, data-heavy questions.

    The philosophy of the product and engineering team at CloudZero is to empower product teams to solve hard customer and business problems, in ways that our customers love yet work for our business. Our product teams are cross-functional, durable and are composed of product management, product design and engineers. The teams have agency to come up with solutions that are usable, viable, valuable and feasible.

    We’re looking for a product designer to join our product team to focus on the user experience at every step of our software lifecycle, from research and discovery through delivery.

    Our product and engineering team values lifelong learning and holding a growth mindset. A core part of our culture is inclusiveness, we believe great teams are made up of people from diverse backgrounds and walks of life working together. We are a fully remote company with employees scattered throughout the US.

    You Will:

    • Work closely with engineers and product managers throughout the entire software lifecycle from discovery through delivery to ensure we create a delightful user experience.
    • Use customer-centric research and design methodologies such as customer interviews, usability testing, usage data evaluation, and design sprints to determine the best solutions and validate them.
    • Deliver pixel perfect user-centered prototypes for web and non-traditional UIs (Slack messages, CLIs)
    • Work directly with customers to understand how they use our existing product capabilities and find ways to improve them.
    • Collaborate with pretty much everyone in the company - particularly closely with engineers and product managers. But also marketing and sales and customer success. You can personally impact the outcomes of all of these teams.

    About you:

    • You can work with your core working hours based on the US Eastern time zone. We are a 100% remote first company, so you can work anywhere in the United States.
    • You have 3+ years of product design experience with SaaS products with at least one year with B2B customers.
    • You excel with both UX research and designing complex interactions and are also comfortable with visual design.
    • You have a strong grasp of information architecture concepts and the ability to work within and iterate on a design system.
    • You have experience with Figma or equivalent design software.
    • You are experienced with (or not afraid to learn) technical products in complex domains.
    • You are relaxed and comfortable speaking with a range of customer personas to gather feedback.
    • You pride yourself on your ability to collaborate with others. You are exceptional at outbound communication, both synchronous and asynchronous.
    • You take initiative and ownership to see things through to completion in an organized and thoughtful manner.
  • Codecademy logo

    Manager, Product Design

    Codecademy
    USA Only
    2 weeks ago

    Title: Manager, Product Design

    Location: New York or Remote

    ***This role can be NYC based or fully remote if you are within the contiguous United States

    Hello, World! Codecademy has helped tens of millions of learners upgrade their careers, build meaningful projects and gain confidence in their skills with engaging, accessible, and flexible education on programming and data skills. We provide hands-on interactive lessons ranging from Python to R to Javascript and everything in between. Our learners have gone on to start companies, new jobs, and new lives thanks to what they’ve learned with Codecademy, and we’re thrilled to be working to take that impact to the next level.

    Codecademy was started in 2011 by two college students in a dorm room at Columbia that were frustrated by the huge gap between education and employment. Almost a decade later, we are a rapidly growing, diverse team of about 200 distributed through North America and headquartered in SoHo, NYC. We’ve raised over $87.5m in venture capital funding from top investors including Kleiner Perkins, Naspers, Owl Ventures, Union Square Ventures, Y Combinator, and more.

    As the Product Design Manager, you’ll work on new products throughout our paid consumer journey. As the design leader for this cornerstone of our business, you will collaborate with leaders in Product, Engineering, Data Science, Curriculum, and Marketing to ensure a consistent and effective journey throughout Codecademy. You, and your team, serve as advocates for the user across all aspects of the journey.

    This role will manage a team of three Product Designers staffed across cross-functional teams. In addition to building great products together, you will also work with your team to unlock their potential and develop their design craft further. You will be accountable for the design output across your team and have the opportunity to shape the specifics of design unique to our rapidly scaling Codecademy suite of products.

    Your work will empower millions of people worldwide to learn how to code and create something. Together, we can redesign education and create the best online learning experience, leading to tangible skills that make access to real world employment opportunities a reality!

    WHAT YOU’LL DO:

    • Grow a team of designers doing exceptional work on a rapidly scaling product
    • Advocate for our users in strategy, roadmap prioritization and how we scale the Codecademy product to new use cases
    • Foster craft development for the designers you manage, enabling them to pursue the north star of their design career
    • Collaborate with Design leadership to ensure a consistent journey and continuous improvement of standards across the Design team
    • Drive requirements for our design system, Gamut, as a force multiplier on your team
    • Pursue a north star of seamless collaboration between product, design and engineering
    • Work closely with additional cross-functional teams such as Sales, Curriculum, and Marketing to ship bar-raising work at a rapid pace

    WHAT YOU’LL NEED:

    • 3+ years experience managing a team of designers to deliver to consistently meet company goals
    • Ability to recruit designers and foster the development of career and craft
    • A human-centered design process that produces thoughtful and engaging product design work
    • Excellent verbal communication skills and ability to soundly discuss design decisions
    • Demonstrated history of shipping complex, solutions-oriented product design work
    • Strong graphic design foundations mindful of typography, color usage, visual hierarchy, etc.
    • Understanding of how a design would be implemented in code (HTML, CSS, JavaScript)
    • Experience performing and analyzing UX research
    • Proficiency with Figma and prototyping tools
    • A passion to continually learn and help others in their educational pursuits

    WHAT WILL MAKE YOU STAND OUT:

    • Experience building a design team from the ground up
    • You have taken products from 0-1

    At Codecademy, we are committed to teaching people the skills they need to upgrade their careers. Codecademy aims to educate a richly diverse demographic of users with our product and in order to accomplish this, we believe our team should reflect that rich diversity. Our company celebrates diversity in all of its forms– race, gender, color, national origin, marital status, sexuality, religion, veteran status, age, ability, disability status– and works to create an inclusive workplace where people of all backgrounds and beliefs are empowered to better their futures.

  • Stemma logo

    Founding Product Designer

    Stemma
    North America Only
    2 weeks ago

    Stemma is looking for its first designer. Many companies have successfully democratized data, few have democratized understanding. Stemma is helping bridge that gap.

    You'll be setting the visual design direction for the entire product. Stemma is based on Amundsen, an open source project out of Lyft, but our UI has more functionality and so needs to diverge substantially to maintain a coherent user experience. You'll be guiding that evolution.

    A data catalog is a tool that isn't mandatory for anyone to use to get their job done, but we believe makes many jobs far more efficient. The success of Stemma at our customers and Amundsen at Lyft is a testament to that. But using Stemma must be low-friction and high-impact for users to keep coming back, and high-quality user experiences are key to that.

    We have an established process for how Engineering and Product work together, and you'll help define how Design is integrated into that flow.

    What you'll do

    • Lead design for the entire product and build delightful user experiences for users.
    • Work with engineers to create specific solutions for tactical business problems identified by Product.
    • Work with product managers to unearth user problems and understand their full journey.
    • Build deep empathy for data consumers and producers through user interviews, dog-fooding Stemma, and using the same data tools our users use. You'll communicate those findings to the rest of the company in memorable ways.

    What we're looking for

    • An expert in UI/UX design
    • Knowledge in user research and usability testing practices
    • Experience designing for B2B SaaS products
    • Detail oriented with an excitement for your work being polished and pixel perfect.
    • 4+ years of relevant design experience at software companies, at least half of that in fast-paced startups

    How we work

    • Remote first. We're a fully-distributed company, and our interaction culture is deliberately mixed between meeting culture and written. We're writing heavy because it forces clarity of thought; we have plenty of synchronous time to give space for collaborative ideation.
    • Customer-oriented. Our tech must be be highly reliable, resilient, secure, and cost-effective. But none of that matters if we're not solving the right problems, and we're very deliberate about creating the right feedback loops with our customers.
    • EPD-as-one. Our Engineering, Product, and Design team is an integrated unit. Each group has clearly defined ownership boundaries, but there are no "throw it over the fence" type hand-offs, because all the groups are involved in product development from the beginning.

    What we're building

    • Automated discovery and data control. Historical data discovery systems relied on humans manually writing descriptions. We've seen dozens of companies try and zero are happy with the state of things. We automate this by integrating a wide breadth of data sources suggesting who uses the data, how it's used, and how it's been transformed.
    • Delightful experience. The thesis of our product is that users will want to use it, not that they'll be forced to use it by IT teams. Building an interface that's sophisticated for power users but approachable for occasional data users is imperative.

    We're hiring the the US and Europe timezones. We offer competitive salary and meaningful equity. Medical, vision and dental coverage for US employees (benefits vary for international employees). We've raised $4.8M from Sequoia.

  • Calm.com logo

    Product Designer, Direct To Consumer Growth

    Calm.com
    USA Only
    2 weeks ago

    Product Designer, D2C Growth

    Remote, USA

    Who We Are:

    At Calm, we have a simple, albeit BIG mission: to make the world a happier and healthier place. Through our website, blog, and app—filled with meditations, sleep stories, music, movement, and more—we’re redefining what mental care looks like in 2021 and beyond. With over 100 million users worldwide, 100,000 new users daily, and our growing partnerships with major companies, we’re having a positive effect on more and more people each and every day. And while the heart of Calm is digital, we are growing and expanding offline with a variety of products and services to help deliver on our mission of health and happiness, the world over.

    What We Do:

    The Product Designer will be the design lead for our newest team focusing on Product growth at Calm. They will partner with Product Management, Engineering, Data Science, and Marketing to plan efforts to bring new customers to Calm. This role requires someone with a deep understanding of the variety of motivators and deterrents that arise when people are considering digital products, subscriptions, or wellness. We hope to find someone who is excited by bringing forward their skills and passion around a number of areas including product marketing, quantitative and qualitative data, copy strategy, design systems, accessibility, and web standards. A great fit for this role will love talking to others about their work in structured and unstructured settings. A person who thinks a great product experience starts with how someone first engages with a brand, before ever using their products or services. Someone who agrees that great design ideas can come from anyone in the company and welcomes diverse perspectives to the discussion. At Calm we believe in making relaxation, better sleep, and mindfulness accessible to the entire world, and we hope you will help us achieve our mission.

    What You’ll Do:

    • You take pride in designing easy-to-use, human-centered experiences that appeal to a broad audience. Balancing design forward-thinking with approachability.
    • A passion for bringing new ideas to the table, as well as a deep understanding of what tactics are being used across the competitive landscape.
    • Build working relationships with cross-functional partners across Marketing, Lifecycle, User Acquisition, and Core Product teams.
    • Must have experience with modern interface design tooling. We use Figma and Principle predominantly (but not limited to that). Also, a healthy interest in learning new tools as they become viable.
    • Design system-centered approach to building experiences. You love creating modular and smart interfaces that reduce complexity and fragmentation.
    • Bringing data into your decision-making and rationale, understanding how your work is performing with a literacy of the measures being applied to it. Leveraging tooling like Amplitude, Google Analytics, or Fullstory.
    • Comfortable with different software development platforms and tools. We currently use JIRA and Confluence
    • Balance working on multiple projects at once, applying yourself to a variety of contexts in parallel.
    • Attention to detail with engineering implementation, and the ability to integrate into engineering and QA processes to ensure high-quality execution.

    Who You Are:

    • Professional experience of 4+ years working in interface and user experience design, with a demonstration of working on growth initiatives for consumer products.
    • Executing end-to-end design initiatives for web-based experiences, from conception with stakeholders to final implementation with engineering.
    • Proven understanding and experience with information architecture, interface design, interaction design, and prototyping. Translating high-level requirements into interaction flows and artifacts, and transforming them into useful, intuitive, and functional designs.
    • A great track record in working closely with Product Managers, Researchers, and Data Analysts to develop product requirements, creating and validating solutions, and getting buy-in from stakeholders.
    • Demonstrating prior use of qualitative and quantitative methods to validate design decisions and strategy. We believe in leveraging everything from user research to data analysis to help empower our decision-making.

    Benefits

    • Competitive salary and equity
    • Unlimited PTO
    • We pay your medical, dental, & vision insurance premiums
    • 401K
    • Commuter benefits
    • Life insurance and disability benefits
    • Apple equipment
    • Opportunity to work with a product focused on making the world happier and healthier
    • And much more!

    We believe that mental health is health, and every person should be considered in the discussion. That’s why we’re proud to be an equal opportunity workplace, committed to equal employment opportunity regardless of race, color, religion, national origin, age, sex, marital status, ancestry, physical or mental disability, genetic information, veteran status, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state or local law.

    Calm is deeply committed to diversity, equity and inclusion, both in our hiring practices and in our experiences as a Calm employee. We strive to create a mindful and respectful environment where everyone can bring their authentic self to work, and experience a culture that is free of harassment, racism, and discrimination.

    Calm is also committed to providing reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with disabilities and disabled veterans in our job application procedures. Please inform Calm’s Recruiting team if you need any assistance completing any forms or to otherwise participate in the application process.

  • Ruby Labs logo

    Senior Product Designer, Mobile Apps

    Ruby Labs
    Worldwide
    3 weeks ago

    Ruby Labs is a leading tech company that operates subscription-based consumer products in the self-help and wellness market. 

    Our common vision is to create a tech company that builds a world-class self-help and wellness platform, to empower people to make self-care a way of life. A platform that is easily accessible for everyone and enjoyed for years. Since our launch, we've brought two successful products to the global market: Able and Hint, and are on track to launch a third in 2022.

    The Opportunity

    We are looking for a talented Senior Product Designer to enhance our Product’s digital & online presence with eye-catching and professional visual designs based on best User Experience practices.

    As a Senior Product Designer, you will consult with the product team to determine design requirements, design direction, co-create design prototypes, micro-interactions and submit concepts from the draft and high fidelity work for approval.

    To be successful as a Senior Product Designer, you should exhibit experience in visual design and the ability to contribute creative expertise to brainstorming sessions. Find the best way to visually represent user experience interactions and flows.

    This is a truly exciting opportunity to join a fast-growing, self-funded start-up that strives hard to create a fast-paced, supportive, and fun working environment. 

    Responsibilities

    • Understand, evolve, design the future of the brand guidelines and design language to create visuals that reflect the brand
    • Use industry techniques like personas, JTBDs, journey maps, IA, diagramming, etc and conduct user interviews and surveys
    • Work closely with the senior & junior design team members and development resources
    • Plan, conduct, and analyze research for our existing and in-progress projects
    • Synthesize primary research, develop insight-driven product strategy, present your ideas and facilitate workshops
    • Apply usability heuristics and UX laws in designs and make sure designed interfaces do not have any usability issues
    • Create user journeys, prototypes, and wireframes, with a keen eye for detail
    • Establish the look and feel for various interfaces, including websites, mobile devices, and apps
    • Work within brand guidelines to improve and update components and contribute to the whole restructuration of their libraries.
    • Prepare proper asset handoff to eliminate back and forth work with the developers
    • Help our teams deliver full documentation, which translates into smooth development

    About You

    • 4+ years of experience in Product Design with a thorough understanding of the interaction and visual design fundamentals
    • Proven track record of working with successful mobile apps
    • Excellent visual, written, and verbal communication skills, along with presentation and negotiation skills
    • The ability to effectively take direction and work both collaboratively and autonomously
    • A portfolio showing your high-quality and detailed case studies of your past projects
    • Perfect attention to detail and ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously
    • Ability to create and evolve product pattern library, with all required specs and metrics
    • Ability to understand the problem, user pain points, and user needs
    • Ability to think that experience is not only a sequence of screens or one flow but coherent human experience as a whole
    • High-level understanding and use of typography, iconography, grid, and color systems to layout pages
    • A track record of shipping great design, and an understanding of what details matter at each stage of the design cycle
    • Experience with transitions, animation, motion design, and dynamic interaction

    Benefits

    • Competitive salary and equity
    • Unlimited PTO
    • Apple equipment
    • Opportunity to work with products that focus on making self-care a way of life 
    • And much more!

    The Team

    You will be joining a strong team of >100 people passionate about building the best-in-class product. RL has incredible team members, users, and ambitions… which is where you come in.

    We are a remote-first company, and our team is distributed across the UK and Europe. This was a deliberate choice to prioritize work-life balance and ensure we can accommodate the best people whilst fostering diversity.

    Our Values

    Ruby Labs is founded on values we all share and are ready to stand for. They bring us together well beyond our current products and technologies.

    Driven by data

    We believe in knowledge and continuously champion learning and experimentation. As we are relentlessly driven by data, we place value on rationality and real insights, not unproven beliefs.

    Innovation

    We praise smart innovation. We’re inquisitive, exact, and always challenge our beliefs. Like a researcher, we take established knowledge and add something new. We create something better than the original, not just different.

    Dream big

    In an industry where only the best products succeed, prioritizing our work is a must. We don’t waste time on low-key projects. We only go after the most disruptive, effective, and exceptional ideas.

    Transparency

    To get the best results, you need to see the full picture. That’s why our team has access to all information and is involved in key decisions. We also give each other honest feedback, so we can learn and improve.

    Excellence

    Self-help & wellness is a competitive industry with demanding users. Excellence is a necessity. At Ruby Labs, this means solving problems by breaking the rules, learning quickly, and delivering superior execution.

    Open-mindedness

    We’re open to experiments and ready to take measured risks to get great results. We also value diversity and know the power of collective intelligence. If you have a better solution, we want to hear it.

    Employment 

    Regular employment in the UK, US, or Malta or Contractor agreement for the team members distributed across Europe (non-UK/Malta).

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    Lead Product Designer

    Osano
    USA Only
    3 weeks ago

    Osano is looking for a Product Designer who is excited to be the first designer at a startup and has a deep understanding of modern design principles. This role will work closely with product and engineering to make our B2B SaaS web app delightful. In addition to working on the user interface and user experience, this designer will shape the design systems that scale quality and product-led growth.

    Osano is an Austin area, venture-backed startup focused on creating transparency in data. We're also a B-corp (public benefit corp), which means that, although we are a for-profit company, we are mission-oriented, and we wake up every morning with the goal of doing well by doing good.

    At Osano, we value candidates from all walks of life and are focused on building a diverse team. If you don't exactly meet all of the below requirements, don't let that keep you from applying. We're looking for people who are eager to learn and grow with us. If you're interested in being part of our inclusive, mission-driven, venture-backed tech startup, say hi!

    The Role

    • Create + iterate on a user interface and experience that is intuitive, functional and original.
    • Collaborate with Product Managers to ideate and define features based on a clear understanding of user personas and their needs.
    • Reduce time to production by creating design requirements. This may be a mix of journey maps, wireframes, mockups, prototypes and/or high fidelity designs.
    • Work closely with engineers to understand solutions and facilitate implementation.
    • Present concepts to and get feedback from internal teams and key stakeholders.
    • Demonstrate expertise in information architecture, typography, copy, and visual hierarchy to enable our team to efficiently and creatively solve complex design problems.

    About You

    • You have 4+ years of experience as a product designer, UI/UX designer or similar role.
    • Bonus: You have experience working on SaaS or other admin-heavy products, preferably at a startup.
    • You would like to grow into managing other designers.
    • You've demonstrated the ability to understand users + identify their desires and turn them into products.
    • You've mastered using design and prototyping tools (e.g., Sketch, Figma, Framer, Adobe XD, InVision).
    • You know when to focus attention to detail and when to rapidly produce low-fidelity sketches.
    • You have strong design opinions and advocate for the user but can balance that against business needs and constraints.
    • You have a knack for simplifying complexity and turning abstract ideas into concrete designs.
    • Lastly, you should thrive in a remote environment. For us, that means being empathetic, proactively communicating, and bringing ingenuity and initiative every day.

    A bit more about Osano

    We're an easy solution to data privacy laws! Osano is a data privacy platform that instantly helps websites become compliant with laws such as GDPR and CCPA. Osano works to keep companies out of trouble and monitors all of the vendors they share data with – so they don't have to.

    Benefits

    • Ownership interest/equity in the company
    • Unlimited time-off policy
    • Family-friendly
    • Sponsored health insurance
    • Fully and permanently remote company in the U.S.
    • Opportunity to define the culture
    • B-corp with a mission that matters

    Compensation

    Depending on your skill and experience, you can expect stock options and your annual compensation to be somewhere between $125,000 and $140,000 upon joining the company.

    Osano is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, gender, gender expression, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, neurodiversity, parental status, or any other characteristic protected by law. We value what makes us different and want to see how you can make our team better!

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