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We are seeking an exceptional Product Designer who can work hand-in-hand with product and engineering to accomplish two challenging goals: Improve the search experience for millions of users on our customers’ sites; and build powerful tools to empower business leaders at our customers to drive search results.

Our product development process is a collaboration between design, engineering and product, meaning you will have a seat at the table to work through the bounds of the possible with engineering and the needs of the customer with product in order to craft the interfaces and experiences to solve business goals and help delight our customers. Your work will be instrumental in the businesses of a growing list of customers like Safeway, and Expensify.

Day-to-day you will

  • Architect a scalable visual language for our product design including search and autosuggest, customer dashboards and analytics products.
  • Craft visualizations that convey the extent and value of our personalization in an interactive fashion.
  • Build interfaces into complicated algorithms at the intersection of data and search science - ngram weightings, negative synonyms and refinement intelligence.
  • Support product marketing with creative assets to sell the benefits of major new features.
  • Participate in customer and user interviews to inform product design.

You would be a good fit if:

  • You view design as a powerful tool to solve user and business challenges.
  • You can balance different use-cases and prioritize expertly to make the simple things easy and the difficult things possible.
  • You have experience or interest in designing for analytics solutions and/or quantitative and technically challenging fields.
  • You seek an entrepreneurial environment and have a track-record of delivering incredible experiences in a fast-paced environment.
  • Your style is clear , creative and well executed with a clear hierarchy that inspires user delight.
  • You are collaborative, value learning and want to accomplish great things.
  • You have 2-4 years of experience in UX and/or product design.

About us is a search-as-a-service company that differentiates itself by taking on the hard problem of ranking and behavioral optimization of search results on our customers' behalf. We believe that search is -- at its core -- a data science problem and are using machine learning to provide our customers with the best possible experience. Customers of note include Safeway/Albertsons, Expensify and

Promoting a diverse and inclusive culture of learning is core to's values. is an equal opportunity employer and we welcome people of different backgrounds, experiences and perspectives.

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