We are looking for our first full-time Product Designer to lead the design of the PredictiveGrid™ Analytics Platform. You will design web-based tools and experiences that allow users to understand their time series data at scale through visualization, transformation, and machine learning, allowing the data to tell its story and users to act on it.
We are looking for a designer who leads with empathy. Someone who brings your partners in engineering and PM together towards a common vision. Someone who is comfortable with ambiguous projects exploring problems that are technically challenging and require a deep understanding of humans.
You will be most successful if you have an interest in data and its visualization, as well as a background in building or designing software where you had to make something inherently complicated as simple as possible without oversimplifying it.
What You'll Do Day to Day
- Be the lead designer on projects from start to finish
- Create user journeys, wireframes, detailed UI flows, and pixel perfect screens
- Iterate actively with prototypes at all levels of design fidelity, informed by user research, market trends, and business goals
- Work closely with customers, partners, management, product management, and engineering
- Build consensus and balance different priorities while dealing with ambiguity
- Develop a deep understanding of our users
- Effectively communicate your ideas to a range of stakeholders and audiences through presentation and storytelling
What You'll Need to be Successful
- A good listener and coach who can build consensus among a diverse group of stakeholders. You know when to ask questions, which questions to ask, and how to listen with intent to learn
- You have a lot of experience using design and prototyping tools to translate ideas into working products (e.g., Sketch, Figma, Framer, Adobe XD, InVision)
- Have a strong UX design portfolio of work that demonstrates years of shipping software products
- Demonstrate the ability to work on complicated products and ability to simplify without oversimplifying
- Have a background in HCI, Design, or a related field. You know the theory behind interaction design
- Are interested in how people get access to data, curate data, understand data, and communicate through data
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, or national origin.