We're growing and in search of a senior product designer. To thrive in this role, you'll have at least 5+ years of experience and an understanding the fast pace of the digital agency world.
Our focus is UX/UI design, so you'll need to be completely comfortable translating stakeholder objectives, research, and complex user flows into simple, beautiful, and intuitive UI. As a senior product designer, you'll be responsible for leading client projects, providing guidance and design direction with minimal oversight. You'll work directly with customers to listen attentively to their needs, cast the vision for projects, guide junior designers to reach their potential, and help keep projects on time and within budget.
- Guide the team to design interfaces that are intuitive, functional, and beautiful.
- An understanding and practice of design research, wireframing, and prototypes.
- Lead client presentations and discussions of your team’s work.
- Respectfully decline the status quo and push both clients and colleagues outside their comfort zones.
- Help promote an inspiring environment for the team.
Why work at Dreamten?
- Enjoy working in beautiful downtown Raleigh in our office at Industrious
- Always available craft coffee, breakfast, and afternoon snacks
- Health coverage and retirement plans
- 2 weeks paid vacation
- You lead by listening and by example.
- You have a solid portfolio of related agency and product experience.
- You pay attention to detail and are passionate about your work.
- You have a bit of experience (5+ years) in product design.
- You can manage your own workload and have experience working directly with clients and/or developers.
- You can teach us a thing or two.
- You have strong opinions and can articulate them, but no big ego.
- Branding, illustration, animation, and experience with Webflow a huge plus.
How To Apply
If the above sounds like a good fit for you and you’d like to apply, fill out the form below and we’ll get back to you:
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