Bison Trails is the leading blockchain infrastructure provider (now a part of Coinbase). We are looking for an exceptional candidate to join our highly-skilled and passionate team. We believe in the power of blockchain technology and building a decentralized future that enables greater participation in global financial networks. Our mission is to provide superior infrastructure on multiple blockchains, to strengthen the entire ecosystem, and enable the pioneers of tomorrow.

 

Responsibilities 

As a Visual Designer you’ll advance our mission by creating compelling and effective designs, and scalable visual systems. You’ll work closely with Product Designers, Product and Brand Marketers, Product Managers, and Engineering teams to help build simple, easy-to-use experiences and visual assets that enhance our product storytelling.

  • Create design deliverables in support of product, brand, and marketing teams
  • Developing original creative that is informed by strategy, research, and integrated between touch points and product experiences
  • Improving the design and quality of designed materials by bringing inspired ideas to the table and iterating on those ideas with constructive feedback from stakeholders to solidify visual systems with impeccable attention to detail
  • Create, maintain, and distribute easy to use components for visual design systems
  • Produce clear specs and guidelines that advance our design system and help maintain its consistency
  • QA work to ensure designs and creative assets are polished and ready for implementation 
  • Partner daily with cross-functional stakeholders including Design, Marketing, Product, and Engineering

 

Qualifications

  • 3+ years of visual design experience in a product and/or marketing setting
  • Proficient visual designer and storyteller. You aspire to develop work that is of the highest quality.
  • Highly conceptual thinking in visual and interaction design and it shows in your portfolio
  • A portfolio that demonstrates a strong understanding of consistency, typography, color, design systems, and attention to detail
  • Demonstration of inclusive design principles and interest in accessibility best practices
  • You are a people person and love to collaborate
  • Experience creating and maintaining both product and brand design systems
  • Self directed, solution oriented, and ability to work autonomously
  • Thrives in fast-paced (sometimes ambiguous) environment
  • Communicative, organized, and achieve consistent results
  • Cross functional skills and experience in stakeholder management
  • Proficiency in the following design tools: Figma and Adobe Suite
  • Low ego and open-minded
  • Familiarity with prototyping tools (Principle, Invision, Framer, After Effects)
  • Motion design
  • Asset creation: icons, illustrations, and ui

 

Nice to Have

While experience in blockchain technology is preferred, it is not a requirement. We are a technology company at heart, and we are looking for someone who is invested in leaning into the nuances of the space, to elevate our visual design.

Values

We believe diversity drives innovation and we are committed to building an inclusive workplace and culture based on our values. Empathy informs how we work together as a team, how we service our customers, and how we approach the products we build. We believe empathy extends beyond our company to how we interface with the world. It’s a value to uphold in all areas of life and is deeply connected to the future world we envision.




Bison Trails is now part of Coinbase. Read more. Coinbase Benefits include:

  • Health, Dental, and Vision insurance covered at 100% for employees and 80% for dependents
  • HSA plan with company seed
  • Disability and Life Insurance
  • 401(k) plan with company match
  • $260 monthly Commuter Benefit
  • Monthly Gym Benefit
  • Volunteer Time Off
  • Fertility Counseling and Benefits
  • Learning and Development stipend
  • 18 weeks paid Parental Leave
  • Meals and Snacks provided onsite
  • The option of getting paid in digital currency

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