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Senior Product Designer (UX/UI at Information Builders

Posted in Other 30+ days ago.

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Type: Full Time
Location: New York City, New York

Job Description:

Position Overview

We are seeking a highly experienced, dynamic Senior Product Designer to function as a hands-on leader in our Product organization.

Your Impact

As a Senior Product Designer (UX/UI), you believe that design is 80 planning/collaborating and 20 putting pixels in place. You know the constraints of technology are just as important as their promise, because its in the constraints we find the best ideas and competitive advantage. You know that theres a time for going wide and a time for going deep, and understand how to bring the product delivery teams you work with through both stages. You recognize that quality is a feature, and are always proud of your work. You are a doer, a maker, and a passionate advocate for the Minimum Delightful Product approach. Your designs will be used to drive customer adoption, satisfaction, and growth in our 9-figure software business.


Turn requirements ranging from nebulous concepts to specific ideas into useful, delightful product features.
Design systems, workflows and interfaces that are simple, elegant, and beautiful.
Advocate for the customers and the quality of our products to achieve the highest quality experience in all decisions.
Partner with product, engineers, and the members of the design and research teams to create consistency for the user experience of a product from conception until launch.
Lead mid-level project work from a design perspective with autonomy and authority, facilitating design studios and working sessions to help the teams deliver the best possible solutions.
Document UX/UI specifications, as appropriate, to transition designs to engineering during development.
Work with product to define strategy and vision from a UX perspective. You dont just care about how it looks, or what we should design, but why are we designing this at all?


3-5 years of practical, in-house product or UX design experience with a tech