Senior Product Designer, Mobile Applications
Kickstarter is seeking an experienced Senior Product Designer to join our Mobile Applications team.
The salary for this role in the United States is $140,000 - 160,000.
About the Team
Kickstarter’s product design team is an essential partner in growing Kickstarter’s ecosystem. We design seamless, meaningful experiences for our global Creator and Backer communities. You’ll be an integral part of a user-focused product team and own key parts of the product development process: ideation, user research, prototyping, validation, and iteration, driving both core improvements and new initiatives. You will partner with product managers, engineers, Insights, and cross-functional stakeholders to ensure a thoughtful and consistent cross-platform experience.
In this role, listed in order of importance, you will:
- Design user-centric experiences that can scale, be translated worldwide, and meet our business goals.
- Actively partner with our Insights team to conduct and analyze user research.
- Help define interaction and visual design standards for Web and Mobile applications.
- Work with teams across Kickstarter as the company identifies and works toward building a mature ecosystem that serves our community of Creators and Backers.
- Collaborate with partners on cross-functional teams to ensure alignment where appropriate.
- Leverage and contribute to our design system.
- You have solid professional experience designing for the Web and Mobile applications.
- Your portfolio shows a proven track record of designing thoughtful, delightful and usable responsive and/or mobile-first experiences.
- You are an excellent communicator. You have the ability to consistently frame, explain and support your design decisions with peers and stakeholders, as well as deeply understand their feedback.
- You have strengths in information architecture, interaction design and visual design.
- You are comfortable using both formal and informal methods to gather and give feedback.
- You have experience with design programs like Figma, and are comfortable prototyping.
- You empathize with our Creator and Backer communities and recognize how both contribute to Kickstarter’s ecosystem.
- You recognize the challenges of the creative process and bringing projects to life.
- A fully remote workforce with plenty of opportunities to get to know your colleagues
- 100% employer-paid health plan offerings
- 16 paid vacation days, 10 sick days, and a company-wide winter break between Christmas and New Years
- 25 volunteer hours each year to give back to your community
- 16 weeks of parental leave plus fertility/family planning resources
- A 4-day/32-hour workweek! Kickstarter is currently experimenting with one so that we can all enjoy long weekends
- Incredibly talented and inspiring colleagues who know how to blend their creative endeavors into their work