Team & Role:

Blockdaemon is looking for a Senior Product Designer based in EMEA to join our Product Design team. In this role, you will lead key product initiatives across the entire design cycle (from discovery to build) in collaboration with a Product Manager and a team of engineers to ensure our product is not only aesthetically appealing, but also user-centric. The ideal candidate has an eye for detail and a body of work with data-rich experiences that demonstrate clear user and business impact through thoughtful interactions, E2E experiences, and visual polish.

Designers at Blockdaemon enable small and large institutions to leverage secure and seamless infrastructure services to build and transact on blockchains across 3 core products: wallet, staking and our APIs. We are a small but ambitious team, ready to roll up our sleeves to design frictionless experiences that empower a wide range of users. 

Blockdaemon is a remote-first company with team members located across the globe.

This role will report directly to the Product Design Director.

What you will be responsible for:

  • Understand the end-to-end experience to define solutions that have a high impact on the user experience —from ideation through concept design to high-fidelity polished mockups.
  • Partner with product management, engineering, and other key parts of the business to better understand how to solve various use cases.
  • Collaborate with other designers to provide and get feedback to ship polished product experiences.
  • Explore different approaches and solutions for new and existing features and align with the team.
  • Contribute to and help maintain our new Design System.
  • Keep a pulse on competitors' products to inform our design decisions and help raise the bar from an interaction design perspective.
  • Partner with developers to review and refine details as development takes place
  • Communicate efficiently and effectively cross-functionally, between product, engineering, and marketing.

What you bring to the table:

  • 5+ years of experience in UX/UI design crafting and shipping digital products for web and/or mobile apps.
  • Ability to quickly explore multiple solutions to solve for complex UX flows with the right level of fidelity.
  • Strong visual design & interaction skills - you care about typography & interactions as much as you do about flows.
  • Know how to leverage and contribute to a nascent design system. 
  • Fluent in designing and prototyping in Figma.
  • Self-starter and able to manage design projects with minimal support.
  • Take an active role in design reviews
  • Comfortable in a fast-paced, iterative product development process.
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills, including presentation skills
  • Legally authorized to work in the job posting country.

Nice-to-have skills:

  • Crypto, blockchain, or fintech experience
  • B2B experience SaaS startup
  • Some experience conducting user research and translating the findings into design decisions.

About Us:

We Power the Blockchain economy.

Blockdaemon powers the blockchain economy with its suite of industry-leading infrastructure solutions. We are a globally established, ISO-27001 certified partner with extensive protocol coverage, offering technical depth, industry-leading SLAs, 70+ global points of presence through 10+ cloud and bare metal providers, and 24/7 support for an unmatched institutional-grade experience. We provide integrated business solutions to exchanges, custodians, crypto platforms, financial institutions, and developers using our end-to-end suite of blockchain tools, including dedicated nodes, APIs, staking, liquid staking, MPC tech, and more. Blockdaemon provides its customers with the confidence to quickly and easily scale without compromising security or compliance.

We are a remote-first, globally distributed team.

Blockdaemon is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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