Who We Are

Casted is the only podcasting platform built specifically for content marketers. We’re empowering them to manage, activate, and measure their show’s content, drive engagement, and influence revenue.

In short, Casted not only makes it possible but easy for marketers to get more - much more - from their content. 

But that’s just what we do. Here’s why we do it. 

We’re passionate. Weirdly passionate. We love the company we’re building, the culture we’re cultivating, and the work we get to do each day. We thrive on creative challenges and encourage brave thinking. We appreciate quick wit and intellectual humor, as well as a little well-timed self-deprecation. 

We take the work we’re doing pretty seriously, but not ourselves. We love collaborating because our team is packed with diverse thinking and brilliant minds and we believe that differences in opinions and backgrounds are where the best products are born. But we also appreciate some good old-fashioned heads-down time to do great work individually. 

We are obsessed with creating things that are truly exceptional. And for that, we need truly exceptional people to join our team. If this sounds like you, we would love to meet you.

 

What We’re Looking For

Casted is entering the next phase in our product development and that means we need help leveling up our design. We’re looking for someone who can brainstorm ideas, refine sketches into screens, and provide a high level of polish across our platform. 

This role is focused on creating intuitive and beautiful user experiences for users of our platform and listeners of our embedded players. It’s also highly collaborative, working with our head of UX to craft experiences, collaborating with developers to implement designs, and brainstorming with stakeholders to understand how the UI should come to life.

Bullets points of stuff we’re looking for:

  • Experience designing UI screens and elements for a software application

  • Experience collaborating with stakeholders, designers, and developers

  • Can build designs and prototypes in tools like Figma, Sketch, Invision, etc

  • Strong skills in designing user interfaces with knowledge in conventions and opinions on how interfaces should work

 

What You’ll Do

Play an important role in bringing the product vision to life. You’ll work closely with developers, product, and stakeholders to build the product. As a key member of the team, you’ll also share opinions and contribute to what we build, as well as how, when, and why. 

Some bullets points about what a day might look like:

  • Participate in story mapping, shaping, or roadmapping

  • Scope ideas and communicate complexity and feasibility

  • Develop sketches and prototypes to work through ideas

  • Deliver polished design assets to hand off to developers

  • Test, review, and refine UX and UI of the Casted platform

 

Interested? Great. We can’t wait to meet you. 

Casted is proud to be an equal opportunity employer and at Casted we consider diversity paramount to our success.

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