Senior Product Designer, Crypto
Join a leading fintech company that’s democratizing finance for all.
Robinhood was founded on a simple idea: that our financial markets should be accessible to all. With customers at the heart of our decisions, Robinhood is lowering barriers and providing greater access to financial information. Together, we are building products and services that help create a financial system everyone can participate in.
As we continue to build...
We’re seeking curious thinkers looking to co-author the next chapters of our story. Joining now means helping shape our vision, structures and systems; playing a key-role as we launch into our ambitious future.
About the team:
This role is based in our MPK/CA or NYC/NY office, dependent on applicant’s location.
We're looking for a Product Designer to work on the Robinhood iOS, Android, web products, and marketing. This is an outstanding opportunity to help build an ambitious future for our Crypto product. Robinhood design has garnered significant accolades including the Apple Design Award and Google Play Award. The ideal candidate will be able to map out a diverse set of creative solutions and work with leadership to help craft Robinhood’s products.
What you’ll do day-to-day:
- Lead design projects across the entire product lifecycle including multiple product launches for the crypto team
- Set a vision for the user experience and create a space for others to collaborate
- Rapidly produce multiple concepts and prototypes; knowing when to apply pixel-perfect attention to detail, and when to make low-fi sketches and prototypes
- Create compelling and memorable product designs
- Partner closely with leadership, engineering, product, and business teams
- Lead cross-functional idea generation sessions and brainstorms
- Support an engaged set of users who rely on our products to manage their financial lives
- Effectively “sell” design solutions to partners through design storytelling and by demonstrating trace-ability in the design thinking
- Balance both the customer experience and Robinhood outcomes, designing with responsibility
- You have a design portfolio that demonstrates vision, innovation and story-telling skills
- You have proven experience building excellent consumer products
- You have experience designing crypto products for both consumer-facing mobile and web products in house
- You bring a strong understanding of design systems, how to apply them, and how to contribute to them.
- You have the ability to design with a lot of product complexity
- You're an expert in Figma
- You are a positive and resilient employee; embracing input with a desire for continuous iteration and improvement
- Lives and breathes Crypto for true insights into this area
The expected salary range for this role is based on the location where the work will be performed and is aligned to one of 3 compensation zones. This role is also eligible to participate in a Robinhood bonus plan and Robinhood’s equity plan.
US Zone 1: $162000 - $190000
US Zone 2: $142000 - $167000
US Zone 3: $126000 - $148000
Base pay for the successful applicant will depend on a variety of job-related factors, which may include education, training, experience, location, business needs, or market demands. You can view comp zones for our US office locations in the table below. For other locations not listed, compensation can be discussed with your recruiter during the interview process.
Office locations (by comp zone)
US Zone 1: Menlo Park, NYC, Seattle, Washington DC
US Zone 2: Denver, Westlake (Dallas), Chicago
US Zone 3: Lake Mary
We’re looking for more growth-minded and collaborative people to be a part of our journey in democratizing finance for all. If you’re ready to give 100% in helping us achieve our mission—we’d love to have you apply even if you feel unsure about whether you meet every single requirement in this posting. At Robinhood, we're looking for people invigorated by our mission, values, and drive to change the world, not just those who simply check off all the boxes.
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