If there’s one good thing that’s come out of the digital revolution, it’s gotta be influencer marketing, i.e. internet-famous hot people getting paid to pose with detox kits and hand cream. Maybe you’ve never felt confident enough to leverage your own lifestyle to sell products to your Facebook friends. The good news is that you now have a chance to influence the influencers. Our client is like the LinkedIn of influencer marketing, and they’re looking for a new designer to build products even sexier than those people who sell yoga stuff on Instagram. Feel like you’re up for the challenge? Then read on.
It’s time to get SaaS-y (sorry). We’re talking about an online platform that pairs talent databasing and campaign analytics to create a beautiful, all-in-one marketing tool for businesses both big and small. When some huge corporation is ready to pay a famous person to market their products online, this is the tool they use to both find that person and monitor the resulting campaign. As a product designer, you will be responsible for cooking up UX/design solutions to help meet the needs of their diverse customer base. You’ll also have a hand in the design of creative assets, helping to keep the brand identity consistent.
Hired Gun Profile
As the gun for this job, you should be heavy on the UX/UI experience, with a stronger emphasis on UI. Our client is particularly interested in mastery of typography and microinteractions. They are looking for someone who can take a sketch to a wireframe through to prototyping and execution. Ideally, you’ve come from the client or start-up side of things, and you’ve worn different hats throughout the design process. Bonus points if you have experience with SaaS and/or marketing analytics.
Our client is a big fan of clean design with snappy interactions and a sharp UI. Show a dexterity with this sort of product and aesthetic and you’ll have an edge over the competition.
A good-looking product in a growing market, working with engineers who are, and we quote, “highly design aware.” What more could you want? You might even meet somebody famous.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, creed, age, sexual orientation, veteran status, marital status, disability, or any other status protected by applicable law.