This company, which perfectly straddles the line between healthcare and consumer/retail, lives up to its goal to innovate in everything it does. That’s why it boasts an in-house creative lab, and that’s why it’s looking for a keen-eyed, savvy designer to help forge the digital and physical look of a new retail store. If you’re a talented designer with a flair for brand work – and especially if you thrive on fast-paced collaboration – this gig promises that most intoxicating blend of “interesting” and “challenging.”
You’ll work with the UX/UI team, but will spend your days collaborating your heart out with folks in software, hardware, and physical design. Whether it’s animation, photography, or content, you’ll be providing end-to-end visual exploration, direction and execution of the user interface. You’ll have an established navigation experience and brand language within which to work, but of course you’ll be drawing constantly on your long experience and knowledge of what moves and motivates users. Working both on and offsite, and in steady communication with colleagues via Slack, you’ll lay down a rapid-fire series of product iterations, sharing good ideas and good vibes, streamlining and improving, and in the end deliver a high-quality, high-fidelity Framer prototype that would make anybody proud.
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With more than three years of design work under your belt, you bring a consummate professionalism to every project. While you’ve got plenty of ideas and aesthetic touches that are your own, you’re skilled at slipping into the skin of a new brand and delivering something that looks and feels at home there. You’re just as good at familiarizing yourself with new colleagues and quickly forming new and fruitful collaborations. You don’t need a great deal of hand-holding; you get the joke; such are your Framer and people and all-around design skills that you could jump into just about any new situation and start making good stuff happen right on day one.
It’s super-important that you get in the lab and mix it up with your colleagues face-to-face, so you’ll be expected to work onsite for at least 20 hours per week.
This is a great gig, on a dynamic and highly creative team, for somebody whose outstanding visual design chops are matched by a great sense of how users think.
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.