Based in New York, Clubhouse is on a mission to build the most enjoyable and efficient project management software. Over a 1,500 organizations use Clubhouse to build software and products and we're growing quickly. 

It’s an exciting time for the Clubhouse design team. In 2018 we did a brand refresh and rolled out a number of internal updates to existing features. This year we're focused on working with the engineering and product team to design new products, understand how existing customers are interacting with our features, and iterate on existing features to drive customer engagement and retention.The Design team's work directly influences Clubhouse's growth strategy and the enjoyment level of our users. Our goals are to inspire and delight wherever possible, while building products that bring our users joy.
 
We have high standards for product design. We believe it’s not just the big features that matter - the little details really do add up and determine if a product is painful or delightful to use. We consider product design a combination of art and science, and while we are a growing, scaling company, we still appreciate the art in what we do: we like experimentation, trusting your intuition, and problem solving over excessive process or committee decision making. We believe that while someone ultimately has to make a decision, gathering and listening to diverse perspectives and drawing more people into the conversation, will result in a better product.
 
What you will do as a UI Designer:
 
As a UI Designer, you’ll work directly with our Chief Design Officer and the Product, Engineering and CX teams to design new features, help shape our internal process and discipline, and design important UI components for Clubhouse features. The design is currently small (2 people + this new role) so anyone joining the team at this stage will have the opportunity to make a big impact. 
 
As a member of the design team you will:
  • Work cross-functionally across the business design features in the web and mobile apps
  • Design and communicate wireframes, user journeys and mockups
  • Collaborate with product owners and engineers to solve open questions in building and designing product features 
  • Design user flows, sketches, and high fidelity prototypes; collaborate with other teams to ensure smooth and successful implementation
  • Champion user needs by continually improving user experience across our products in a fast-moving, iterative, product-focused environment 
  • Help shape and improve our design process

What you need to have: 

  • Prior experience in a software company designing web and mobile applications. While we have a preference for SaaS experience, we're open to other industries for the right candidate
  • You have both shipped new products and iterated on existing features in past roles 
  • You have experience collaborating cross-functionally in a rapid-growth environment
  • Ambiguity, changing priorities, and a fast pace are things you enjoy
  • You have worked with Product Managers to define, strategize and implement product features 
  • You approach work with a curious and creative mindset

We require all candidates to submit a portfolio or work samples when they apply. Ideally, these work samples  demonstrate your approach to interactive and visual design. 

Clubhouse is an equal opportunity employer and we value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.

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