Product Designer

OneCauseDesign 0-2 Years

Job Description

About the Role:

Every day at OneCause we help non-profits raise millions of dollars to make the world a better place. That's why we love our jobs! We are looking to expand our talent with professionals who are Passionate, Curious, Helpful, and Committed to making a difference. https://www.onecause.com/about-us/

Our Product Designer will play a critical role in the design of the future of OneCause's products. Our ideal candidate is a master at taking broad concepts and bringing them to life through beautifully designed intuitive product solutions.

Candidate Responsibilities:

-Conceptualize, shape, and create customer-centric designs for mobility products.
-Deliver low fidelity wireframes, storyboards & prototypes for rapid iteration.
-Create meaningful relationships between people and our products.
-Create productized yet personalized solutions for all personas that interact with our product interface.
-Ensure a user-centered approach to design, application flow, and information architecture is applied.
-Foster lasting, effective partnerships with product and engineering to find elegant but practical solutions to design challenges.
-Be an active part of the OneCause Product team, delivering a consistent experience across the platform that embodies our company culture and values.
​​-Own the success or failure of design work during your team sprint.
-Create wireframes, high-fidelity mockups and prototypes to help guide designs.
-Collaborate with product designers, product managers, software engineers and quality to product the best possible product for our users.

What you already know and skills you bring:

-1+ years of experience in Product Design.
-An appreciation of the entire product development process, from problem solving through to detailed UI and visual design.
-The ability to create stunning High Fidelity mockups using Figma and Zeplin.
-The ability to create prototypes using Framer, ProtoPie, HTML/CSS/JS, etc.
-Experience designing experiences that people can access on any type of device: desktop, tablet, phone.
-Create simple yet elegant solutions to interface problems.
-Familiarity working in an agile environment.
-Understand and advocate for the needs of the users and their experience.
-Collaborate with other designers and product managers to come up with visual designs that solve problems.
-Excellent self starter who can deeply collaborate with engineers.

Posted On

November 15, 2022