Our client is a fast ramping startup that develops a product that empowers people to make better decisions.
What they’re looking for?
We’re looking for a Senior Product Designer to craft delightful experiences that inspire curiosity in knowledge workers everywhere to empower them to make better, more rational, data informed decisions. Our Design team is a tight-knit, low ego, super collaborative group that’s on a mission to create a more curious and rational world.
As a Senior Product Designer you’ll be tasked with some of our most challenging and
complex interfaces – from designing new ways to visualize how data flows, to defining new
search and browse experiences that unearth the data that exists in an organization, to improving how users collaborate on SQL. You will be accountable for crafting delightful, usable and usefulexperiences that inspire curiosity in knowledge workers everywhere, empowering them to make better, more rational, data informed decisions.
Please include a link to your portfolio.
Submissions without portfolios will not be considered.
? work collaboratively with product management in defining product strategy.
? take ownership of large product design projects that may include content
management, search, collaborative SQL editing, data stewardship workflows,
and many other areas.
? design a product used by thousands of people every day at companies like
BMW, eBay, LinkedIn, and more.
? have 5-7 years experience working as a product designer.
? be excited to work within our team values system .
? have a deep understanding of what makes an experience useful or
ineffective – grounded in user empathy and insights.
? love making complex things simple and delightful – complexity doesn’t scare
you, it drives you.
? love mentoring younger designers, helping all of us to uplevel our team and lay
the groundwork for great design for years to come.
? love making things beautiful . You have a deep understanding of composition,
balance, symmetry, and white space.
? read this entire posting and put a link to a gif of a puppy or kitten (your pick)
doing something cute in your cover letter.
? thrive when working in a rapidly growing environment.
Nice to haves (in no particular order)