Senior Product Designer

OnBoardProduct Development 3-5 Years

Job Description

OnBoard is designed to work the way our clients do; addressing real-world needs and reducing complexity so boards and leadership teams can work smarter, move faster, and achieve more for the organizations they govern. As a result, this team is excellent for a Senior Product Designer who enjoys breaking down complex experiences into delightful, consumer-grade software.

An online portfolio of professional work showcasing complex problem-solving, deep product design experience and a refined visual aesthetic is required.

What you’ll do:

You’ll design software to help companies be most effective in making their strategic decisions.
You'll collaborate with Product Managers, Engineering, and Customer Success to help identify the needs of our customers, tirelessly iterate, and ship world-class solutions.
You’ll influence prioritization and resourcing with the management team and cross-functional partners to tackle design goals.
You’ll set experience standards, facilitate design reviews, and provide mentorship to other Designers.
You'll socialize and elevate the role of design within the company.
You'll embody our team values and design principles.
You'll push our visual and interaction execution further.
Who you are:

You have 4+ years of professional experience designing experiences that empower the end user.

You've partnered with Product Management and Engineering to identify, sponsor, and shape new opportunities. You care about why you're building something, not just what.
You're no stranger to the messy middle of the work, converging/diverging, assessing constraints and risk, and ultimately de-risking the ideal solution path. You consider the technical, product, and business needs of the company with each decision.
You over-invest in the visual and interaction portion of your work and consider yourself a craftsperson.
You’re a great communicator and collaborator.

You’re clear and concise in explaining your thought process and in enumerating the tradeoffs made in your work.
You effectively organize and participate in discussions/rituals that build relationships, facilitate better collaboration, and ultimately improve the product.

Posted On

October 5, 2021