The Position

For this role, we are looking for a UI Designer with a passion for design systems and strength in visual design. Our ideal candidate is someone who is self-motivated, self-managed, and wants to grow their career in software design focused on UI and design systems.

 

What You'll Do

You will be responsible for ensuring that CallRail is intuitive, attractive, consistent, and cohesive. Here are some things our UI Designer will do:

  • Work one-on-one with UX designers to come up with creative solutions to complex problems
  • Design interfaces and interaction patterns for new and existing features
  • Collaborate with Marketing designers to inject brand visuals into the product
  • Look out for opportunities to make our app more intuitive and easy to use
  • Collaborate with the design team to promote and expand design culture at CallRail
  • Contribute to maintaining and updating our design system’s pattern library in Figma
  • Work closely with developers to implement new interaction patterns and ensure design standards
  • Advocate for the product, constantly seeking to better understand our users’ needs and ideating solutions to serve them
  • Advocate for our design system, including design standards, resources needed, pattern consolidation for efficiency and usability, and more

 

Desired Skills & Experience

  • 2+ years of experience as a UX designer, UI designer, or in a related role
  • Portfolio showing strong visual design skills
  • Strong illustration skills
  • Proficiency in Figma
  • Experience designing for SaaS
  • A foundational understanding of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript
  • Experience working as part of a collaborative, cross-functional team
  • Must be able to clearly articulate and present design concepts to cross-functional teams and leadership
  • Ability to adapt to a fast-moving and changing environment as the team and our product grows

 

Additional Perks

  • 100% paid medical insurance for employees
  • HSA match
  • 401(k) match
  • Charitable giving match
  • Flexible PTO Policy
  • Continuing Education benefit
  • Stock Options
  • Generous parental leave policy
  • Home office stipend 
  • Commuter benefits

 

Learn more: https://www.callrail.com/about/ 

 

You Are Welcome Here

CallRail understands that valuing diverse creative practices and forms of knowledge are crucial to and enrich the company's core mission. We encourage applications from everyone, including members of all equity-seeking communities, such as (but certainly not limited to) women, racialized and Indigenous persons, persons with disabilities, and persons of all sexual orientations and gender identities and expressions. In your application, please feel free to note which pronouns you use (For example - she/her/hers, he/him/his, they/them/theirs, etc).

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