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Creative Market needs Product Designer

Overview

Creative Market is the platform where independent creators around the world buy and sell digital design assets. Our mission is to help creators around the world turn passion into opportunity. As a Product Designer, you will help make this mission a reality by building strategic growth initiatives within a cross-functional product team. You will collaborate with engineers, designers, researchers, and analysts on the entire product lifecycle. You will plan and design a range of small to large tests and features aimed at increasing our MoM growth rate and improving user experience.

Design Team Purpose

As a Product Designer, you are the embodiment of the design team’s mission, vision, and principles. These should be reflected in all aspects of your work. You live & breathe brilliant product design thinking and execution. You're passionate about a/b testing, conversion optimization, user experience design, and user research.

Our mission is to create a unique, cohesive experience for our community through one unified design system. Our vision is to balance and improve long-term growth with great user experience across our products and brand.

Design Principles

1. Design For Everyone

2. People Over Pixels

4. One Brand To Rule Them All

5. The Details Are The Design

6. Design Is A Shared Responsibility

7. Creativity Fosters Community

Responsibilities

  • Work close with your cross-functional product team to produce fast, effective cycles of product design work.
  • Discover, research, and validate opportunities that can make a big impact for our business and users.
  • Design clear and simple product design solutions. Navigate complex product system dynamics and user behaviors.
  • Write detailed scopes for your design work. Produce realistic timelines for each design cycle required for the project to be completed and successful.
  • Build a/b tests that iterate on our existing features and craft new features that are optimized for activation and retention by device.
  • Balance using our product design system's elements, patterns, and interactions with evolving them.
  • Recommend improvements to our design tools, process, and documentation.
  • Own your work. Work closely with the design director to ensure best results.

Who You Are

  • Communicative: You start with listening and empathy. You keep others updated on all aspects of your work. You proactively reach out before critical questions or roadblocks become an issue. You speak and write with clarity and brevity. You articulate your decisions clearly, explaining what problems they solve and why.
  • Collaborative: You honor and compliment the contributions of your peers. You value receiving and giving feedback. You believe great design is the result of good collaboration because design is a shared responsibility across the team.
  • Professional: You hold yourself to high standards of decorum. Your productive, perceptive, honest, supportive, transparent, compassionate and self-controlled. You lack ego and put the best interests of the company and team above your own.
  • Learner: You love learning and share what you discover with the team. You pursue tackling new challenges. You stay curious and open about what’s possible.
  • User-Focused: You always build things with the end-user in mind. You make sure the team is talking to the right users before, during, and after building product work. You take pride in removing friction at every point of the user journey in our product. You value the time and effort our users invest in our product.
  • Detail-Oriented: You sweat the details because you know that millions of people rely on what you’re designing. You balance big-picture thinking with polishing the tiny details. You ensure all details in the UX and UI design work are thorough before the build goes out the door.
  • Systematic Thinker: You understand how all components of the system fit together to create a unified experience. You see how new projects will impact the larger system and are able to clearly communicate these dynamics to the project team.
  • Passionate: You care about the creative and design communities. You take it to heart when you hear how your work helps our users achieve success or lessens their frustrations. It’s natural for you to over deliver because you want to elevate Creative Market to a highly competitive state in the industry.

Skills Required

  • You have a well-rounded knowledge of product systems, design thinking, and what’s possible to execute in code.
  • You set a very high bar for product design execution, process, and documentation. You hold the entire team to the same standard.
  • You deliver projects on time. You communicate well in advance if a due date needs to move and the reason. You are responsible for the efficiency and effectiveness of your work because the business depends on it.
  • You balance qualitative and quantitative data in order to identify and solve complex problems that benefit our business and users. You have experience and passion for using data to improve user experience.
  • You think deeply about product design decisions before delivering them to the team. You have a track record of being open to others solving design challenges alongside you. You mentor best practices in design thinking in the team.
  • You have a strong desire to grasp the entire site from all our users’ perspectives: shops, buyers, affiliates, and visitors. You're committed to developing an acute understanding of their desires, motivations, and problems.
  • You thrive in a fast-faced, dynamic environment. You work well in remote and office settings.
  • You are comfortable in Adobe CC, Sketch, and various prototyping tools.
  • You actively build relationships across the team.

Experiences Desired

  • You have 2+ years working on web and digital product design work. eCommerce and responsive design experience is preferred.
  • You have a B.A. or B.F.A. in Design with a focus in one of the following areas: web, UI/UX, product design(or an equivalent level of education).
  • You have experience working on a marketplace or eCommerce business.
  • You have experience working in a startup environment.

We're Offering

  • Location: San Francisco preferred. Remote(U.S. only) opportunities available in the following states: CA, TX, NC, CO, WA and NY.
  • Competitive compensation
  • Stock options
  • 401(k) plan
  • Medical, dental, and vision benefits
  • Generous paid time off
  • New workstation

Fahrenheit Studio needs Front-End Developer

Fahrenheit Studio, a branding & design agency based in Los Angeles, is looking for an exceptional front-end developer with a sharp eye for design and a love for user experience. We are seeking someone who is passionate about staying on top of the latest and greatest as we continue to evolve along with the web.

You will be working remotely with our award-winning creative team to develop websites and landing pages for high-profile clients in a range of industries, including finance, entertainment, and architecture.

Responsibilities:

  • Work closely with our team to implement the designs for various websites
  • Create animations and transitions for landing pages
  • Develop projects to be responsive for mobile
  • Troubleshoot and debug HTML and CSS across browsers

Qualifications:

  • Minimum 3 years developing websites with HTML, CSS and JavaScript
  • Experience with PHP and WordPress required. Knowledge of Craft a plus.
  • Experience with using CSS preprocessors like Sass
  • Experience with integrations using third party APIs
  • Familiarity with Linux server environments
  • Proficiency with Photoshop and Illustrator a plus
  • Strong attention to detail and design
  • Clear communicator with excellent collaboration skills
  • Must be able to work on multiple projects at once
  • Responsive, organized, and dependable regarding deadlines

To Apply:

Please send us your resume, along with several links to your work, and your desired hourly rate for consideration. This position is open to candidates in the Los Angeles area only.

DockYard needs Senior UX & Visual Designer

DockYard is looking for a great UX and Visual designer to join our team.

The ideal candidate is someone who:

  • Can demonstrate a strong user-centric approach to their work
  • Has been part of the user research process in the past
  • Has previous client services experience
  • Shows strength in typography, color, and information layout

We value diversity and strongly encourage candidates from all backgrounds to apply.

More about the job

We’re a design-driven software consultancy. We make web applications, focusing on Progressive Web Apps. Our projects can last between several weeks and several months. Many of our client projects are “greenfield”, so you’ll have the opportunity to define the core concepts that will have impact throughout the application and be built upon as the product grows.

Our designers work with the most innovative clients in the industry, and provide design leadership in collaboration with DockYard’s Engineering team. Designers don’t code their own HTML/CSS, but a familiarity with how the web is built is a big plus.

We are a fully distributed company, with the design team clustered around Boston. This is a 100% remote position as of now. Some availability to travel is expected.

Because designers start projects and communicate directly with clients and the rest of the team each day, we value writing and communication skills. We also help you develop these skills, and grow professionally in other ways: a conference / education budget, DockYard Friday projects, and internal training are all part of the deal.

Responsibilities

  • Work directly with clients
  • Gather project requirements from various stakeholders
  • Create visual assets to support product discovery: from rough sketches to user flows to wireframes
  • Create polished visual design layouts
  • Collaborate with HTML/CSS engineers to ensure quality and implementability

If this working style interests you, we’d love to hear from you! Individual applications only, please: we do not work with recruiters and aren’t looking to outsource work.

Milkshake Studio needs Freelance UX/UI Designer

Milkshake Studio is seeking an exceptionally talented Designer to join our team on a freelance/contract basis. You’ll be working within a team of designers and developers to help build a large scale website.

Your responsibities will include user experience and visual design. You’ll be participating in client discussions and collaborating closely with them to realise their digital ideas.

To succeed, you’ll need to be detail focused and pixel perfect in everything you do, making sure you deliver on time and on budget. We want you to be yourself and be inclined to take risks that expand your creativity. You can work from our office in Brooklyn, or remote if needed.

 

What you’ll be doing:

You will be an integral part of our team. Working directly with the client and our development team.  You will be involved in the full project lifecycle: strategy, design iteration, prototyping, all the way to final product.

 

We're looking for an individual who:

  • Understands UX concepts and responsive design
  • Ability to deliver(along with your team) visual design components on time
  • Able manage your time wisely and keep your team up-to-date
  • Can communicate well

 

Some stuff about you:

  • You are detailed oriented
  • You’re nice and work hard
  • You have a killer portfolio
  • You care as much about fonts as your own pet 
  • You are not discouraged by feedback
  • You can use the Adobe Creative Suite and Sketch

 

More project details will be shared once you've applied

 

 




Art & Logic, Inc. needs Full Stack Web Developers Wanted

Job Description

 

Work with Art & Logic, Inc. to complete challenging custom software projects, for our interesting clients!

 

We’re remote first, which means that we’re not only excited to work from home, but our culture and projects are built from the ground up to support distributed teams. We work all across the United States and Canada, just the way we have done since we started in 1991. Why would we work in an office when there are so many ways to collaborate and work together remotely?

 

Art & Logic is always seeking creative, bright, passionate programmers who are excited to take on new challenges. Currently, we’re looking for developers with full stack experience, for possible, upcoming projects.

 

Our project teams usually consist of 1-5 developers plus UX/UI design and dedicated QA. Since we create custom software, our projects often involve different technologies and industries, so there is always something to new to learn. We like to keep things interesting!

 

This is a contracting position (1099), though we are looking for long term working relationships. Our rates range between $35-$50/hour, and we are only interested in working with developers located in the United States or Canada.

 

Skills

(some combination of)

  • JavaScript and web frameworks

  • Python

  • PHP

  • HTML5

  • Mobile app development

  • Ruby/Rails

  • Cross platform native app development

 

About Art & Logic, Inc.

We’ve been doing custom software development since 1991, and we’re still going strong. We craft beautiful digital solutions for awesome clients across all platforms.

 

We’re a small enough company that each person we hire has the opportunity to have a huge impact on the quality of our service. Instead of looking to fill a certain number of seats with people listing a specific set of buzzwords on their resumes, we’re working to build a portfolio of amazing developers who consistently deliver better-than-expected software to our clients. Each person on our team was the smartest person at their last job.

 

Find out more about us at:

 

  • http://www.artandlogic.com/careers/

  • http://artandlogic.com/developer-blog/ (it's a tech blog, not a "company" blog)

  • www.facebook.com/artandlogic

  • On Twitter @artandlogic

FullStack needs Product Designer

Our team has become renowned in our ability to bring creativity, expertise, and sound development practices to notable and ambitious startups. Our mission is simple: to build great products that propel our clients towards success.

We're looking for someone to join our team who loves designing and developing user experiences. You will have the opportunity to work alongside a close knit group of very talented designers, engineers, and product managers to build software that changes the world.

 

At FullStack you will:

  • Be part of a team that builds disruptive and distinctive digital products
  • Work with product managers, developers and client stakeholders to deliver exceptional experiences tof the end user
  • Effectively communicate user interaction through deliverables such as wireframes and prototypes
  • Wireframe and mockup user interfaces with your design application of choice or in the browser (when appropriate)
  • Design web and mobile application interfaces and interactions
  • Actively participate in design critiques/reviews and product discussions
  • Think deeply about the user experience and usability issues
  • QA the implementation of your designs

You're qualified because:

  • Your ability to design exceptional user interfaces is second-to-none
  • Mobile and responsive design/development is not an afterthought
  • You have a burning passion for providing a great experience to users
  • You're proficient in handcrafting HTML and CSS (particularly HTML5 and CSS3)
  • You can build out your designs
  • You know enough JavaScript/jQuery to build out your designs
  • You get things done whether you're working autonomously or in a team setting
  • Communication skills and the ability to explain your design decisions come naturally

You'll get bonus points for knowing a little something about the following:

  • Version control with Git
  • Experience designing for iOS and Android
  • CMS templating in WordPress or other CMSs
  • Experience with MVC frameworks such as Ruby on Rails
  • Familiarity with A/B testing
  • Ability to conduct user testing and customer interviews
  • Ability to create icons and logos in a pinch

If this sounds like a party to you and you want to work alongside an incredibly talented team on some awesome products, we want to hear from you! We are a distributed team and welcome the potential of working remotely. Please send us a current portfolio of design and code samples, and tell us why you want to work at FullStack. It also wouldn't hurt if you sent us links to your Dribbble and Github accounts.

BuySellAds needs Ad Ops Specialist

The Role

In the Ad Ops Specialist role you are the person always crossing their t’s and dotting their i’s. Meticulous is your middle name.

You take a deal that has been closed by Sales and work to both implement and monitor during the entire campaign lifecycle.

You are THE most detail oriented person on the planet.

You can turn chaos into clarity. Your spreadsheets love you. Customers will love you.

Our business lies at the intersection of relationship building and technology. We help quality advertisers and quality publishers make advertising work on the web, and we have lots of fun in the process.

About Us

BuySellAds transformed the way advertising was transacted online with the introduction of its Marketplace in 2008. BuySellAds’ advertising technology platform provides advertisers with direct access to the industry’s top performing display, native, dedicated email, and sponsored content inventory. Our platform empowers both advertisers and publishers by bridging the ad tech divide. Today, we work with more than 12,000 advertisers and help them connect with the internet’s most passionate audiences. We are a remote company that primarily works around an EST schedule.

Your Responsibilities

  • Implement campaigns across all BSA product lines
  • Debug creatives, third party tags or any related campaign issues.
  • Monitor campaign pacing and performance on a daily basis to ensure proper delivery of campaigns.
  • Create ad hoc custom reports on an as needed basis.
  • Assist the Sales Team with forecasting and campaign performance inquires.
  • Have a “whatever it takes” mentality when it comes to client and company success.
  • Collaborate with your team to not only maintain ad operations, but improve and streamline processes when possible.

Requirements

We don’t have strict requirements for formal education or years of experience in a specific career, but needless to say, we’re looking for someone with proven success who is ready for the next stepping stone of their career. To that end, these bullet points should seem comfortable:

  • Comfortable working remotely.
  • Excellent communication skills. Remote work is much different than in-person, in-office, and requires great communicators.
  • Articulate, charismatic, and all of the associated personality traits of a likeable human being.
  • Previous experience in ad operations with a solid understanding of ad serving and campaign management.
  • Ability to get things done as a “self-starter,” i.e., without micromanagement.
  • Eligibility to work in the United States.

NationBuilder needs Front-end Developer

NationBuilder is seeking a visually oriented front-end developer with strong command of HTML, CSS, JavaScript. In collaboration with the design team, you will build, maintain, and improve our online website properties and demonstrate to the world what is possible with NationBuilder.

This is an excellent position for someone who thrives working in creative environments. You should have experience hacking existing frameworks, and have no problem building your own.


NationBuilder offers everyone the technology and community infrastructure to lead people to greatness. Our customers range from political candidates and nonprofits to corporations - anyone building a community of people to make something happen in the world. NationBuilder websites use HTML (extended by Liquid), CSS (extended by SASS) and JavaScript. To learn more about NationBuilder, read our mission, beliefs and values.

The design team is based in Brooklyn, New York, but working remotely is a possibility is required.


We are looking for someone who:

  • Has a strong command of HTML/CSS/SCSS/JavaScript, cross-browser development, and write semantic, scalable code.
  • Has experience building polished, responsive websites and a portfolio to prove it.
  • Is strongly visually oriented and precise in code, communication, and documentation.
  • Is a pragmatic problem solver, knowing how to find the middle ground between "perfect, but takes forever to code" and "fixes it now, but nobody will ever be able to understand what I did."
  • Is a clear and concise communicator with excellent collaboration skills.
  • Is humble, passionate about personal growth, and would rather be "better" than "right."
  • Proactively seeks out feedback and welcomes it as an opportunity to grow.
  • Has a strong work ethic, a quick learner and is willing to work with a fast-paced team.

NationBuilder needs Designer

NationBuilder is seeking a designer to become a core contributor to the wide scope of design needs at NationBuilder, software and community for leaders.

Your responsibilities will include maintaining and elevating the NationBuilder brand, crafting delightful web experiences across our online properties, collaborating on product design, and taking a central role in the overall evolution of design at the company. This is a great opportunity to have your work seen and appreciated widely. You will report directly to the VP of Design.

The design team is based in Brooklyn, New York, but working remotely is a possibility if required.

NationBuilder offers everyone the technology and community infrastructure to lead people to greatness. Our customers range from political candidates and nonprofits to corporations - anyone building a community of people to make something happen in the world. To learn more about NationBuilder, read about our mission, beliefs and values.

We're looking for someone who:

  • Has considerable experience designing and building modern websites with a polished visual design, and has a portfolio to prove it.
  • Has experience coding responsive webpages in HTML and CSS, and a solid understanding of frameworks like Bootstrap.
  • Is highly proficient with tools such as Sketch, Photoshop, and Illustrator, and has a familiarity with prototyping tools like Marvel and InVision.
  • Has exceptional attention to detail.
  • Is humble, passionate about personal growth, and would rather be "better" than "right."
  • Proactively seeks out feedback and welcomes it as an opportunity to grow.
  • Is effective in communicating design decisions to design and non-design audiences.
  • Has a strong work ethic, a quick learner and is willing to work with a fast-paced team.

Zaarly needs Product Engineer

Why this job is important:

At Zaarly, we are fixing what is broken in local home services by building great tools and providing exceptional service to local businesses and homeowners. In order to scale to new markets, we are productizing a lot of our manual operations and making big leaps toward making our applications more useful, usable, and delightful.

Working with a small team of very talented engineers, designers and operators, you’ll play an important role building an incredibly unique, local marketplace. We’re a small company and a tight-knit team working on problems no other business has solved – everyone on the team is mission-critical. Read our handbook for more about how we work.

We are only interested in win-win arrangements with local small businesses. We never sell ads or leads, and we don’t require contracts or commitments. Zaarly only makes money when we deliver real value to the businesses who partner with us, and we work hard to do exactly that every day.

Our Team:

There are currently 13 of us. 10 in Kansas City and 3 more spread across the U.S. We’re a small team that, in some ways, really feels like family. Which sounds like a giant cliché, but whatever  – it’s the truth.

As previously mentioned, everyone is mission-critical. We don’t hire until we absolutely have to. (We need you fam!)

We’re pretty intentional about focusing on performance more than perception. We don’t have set work hours. We don’t have a vacation policy. We are really transparent about what we’re working on - nothing is sacred and everyone’s opinion is welcome. Zaarly is a place to produce, not a place to hide.

Our office is situated in the the same kind of neighborhood our Service Providers do lots of work in. Sometimes we take midday walks in that neighborhood. We have 1-1 meetings on the swingset at the park down the street. We roll over to Chipotle or BRGR and have lunches together. We laugh a lot – probably more than you are used to coworkers laughing together.

Read more about how we work at handbook.zaarly.com

What you will be responsible for:

  1. Building features that small business owners, real estate agents and homeowners rely on daily. There are so many interesting problems to solve around building and maintaining trust, creating efficiencies for different kinds of small, local businesses, creating transparency in the market – the list goes on and on.

  2. Collaborating with our designers to understand our users and guide product decisions. UX doesn’t stop with prototypes. Ultimately every one of our users will interact with code you’ve written, so we hope you care deeply about their experience.

  3. Improving our codebase. Our team constantly strives to be more and more intentional about writing less code, refactoring pain-in-the-butt files, and circling back on those ‘quick fixes’ that should have received more attention than they shipped with.

How to know you are right for this job:

  • You're an experienced developer who is comfortable working across the full stack of a modern, well-tested Ruby on Rails application. In addition to Rails (5.1!), we work on Postgres, ElasticSearch, CoffeeScript, Sass, Turbolinks, and Rspec. And Chipotle. Like, an embarrassing amount of Chipotle.

  • You have 2-4 years of professional experience, including at least 1 year working with a product team on a web app with real users.

  • You’re a life-long learner and a student of your craft – both teachable and eager to teach in order to improve our product team.

  • You love technology and are excited about working on and maintaining a clean code base.

  • You are able to either work at our main office in Kansas City or travel here every couple of months for some face time with the rest of the team.

Griflan Design, Inc. needs Agency Project Manager

Griflan Design Inc., a boutique creative and design firm specializing in brand development across multiple platforms including digital and print, is seeking an energetic, jack-of-all-trades, creative problem solver to support clients and designers flawlessly execute complex creative projects. 

If you are:

Ambitious,
Self-driven,
An expert in digital and print content development
Comfortable managing and growing relationships, and Adept at managing customer-facing projects then…

You’re ready to play a key role in our rapidly growing creative agency.

What will you do?

Agency Program Manager will interface with clients and collaborate with agency partners, subcontractors and vendors who create content to ensure each client project is a success. You’ll spend most of your time:

As the main point of contact for new and existing customers 

  • Triaging and troubleshooting customer project requirements with agency partners, customers, and vendors
  • Maintaining and growing client relationships through consistent communication, outreach, and support
  • Controlling scope and managing customer expectations
  • Defining and managing project schedules
  • Coordinate internal resources and third parties/vendors for the flawless execution of projects
  • Ensure that all projects are delivered on-time, within scope and within budget

What do you need to have?

  • A Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience
  • 3-5 years or more experience in account, digital strategy, technology, or project management at an advertising/marketing agency 
  • Solid project management skills and experience in leading projects, including web sites, print and digital content
  • Ability to manage multiple and competing work priorities, demands, and changes
  • Self-starter who is highly organized with an aptitude and interest in learning and keeping the team on track.
  • Strong collaboration, communications and interpersonal skills
  • Proven ability to work in a rapidly changing, high-growth environment.
  • The ability to foster close relationships with agencies, customers AND internal teams