Contentfly (YC W21) is building the content infrastructure that companies leverage to build, scale, and optimize their revenue engines. We're a fully remote and distributed team of high performers on a mission to help companies tell their stories. We're a Series A company backed by Khosla Ventures, YCombinator & other top-tier investors, we've grown to have an incredibly talented team of 50+ people and $8m in ARR in the last year and a half. With a world-class talent marketplace, cutting-edge content creation AI and a team that consistently raises the bar, we have an opportunity to build an all-in-one platform for exceptional content marketing.

Reporting to the Manager of Design, the Senior Product Designer will be involved in crafting the experience of new features, while elevating and optimizing our current offerings at Contentfly. This role will span across the entire design process - from generative research to prototyping, usability testing and high-fidelity, dev-ready mockups. 

You Are:

  • A problem solver, you see through the clutter and help others find the optimal solution through validation.
  • A Self-Starter, you know your craft but are still eager to improve your skill set in the ever-evolving world of design.
  • Collaborative, you enjoy working with several cross functional teams on daily basis
  • Curious, constantly looking for new perspectives that could influence our future roadmap.

Your Key Responsibilities:

Here’s what you’ll be doing day to day…

  • Collaboration: Partner with product managers, developers, stakeholders and other members of the design team to define user problems and discover new opportunities through conducting UX research initiatives.
  • Presenting: Clearly articulate design rationale to peers and stakeholders, while always addressing technical feasibility and business goals
  • Design: Design purposeful solutions that are relentlessly focused on solving real user problems. Help to establish, promote and support human-centred design principles, best practises and accessibility standards. Contribute to our ever-growing design system and visual design language
  • Mentorship: Provide guidance and mentorship to other designers to help us continue to foster an inclusive and collaborative team environment


Your Experience and Intangible Traits:

The ideal candidate for the Senior Product Designer will possess the following skills and competencies:

  • 5+ years of experience working as a Product Designer (or similar role), ideally in fast paced SaaS companies, working alongside developers and product managers
  • A portfolio showcasing a strong understanding of interaction and visual design in addition to product strategy and design thinking
  • A deep understanding of building scalable design solutions that are inherently accessible
  • Experience working in a collaborative and lean/agile environment (startup, product, agency, studio)
  • Exceptional written and verbal communication skills
  • Experience using Figma

Bonus

  • Experience with illustration & animation
  • Experience building design systems

Why you'll love working here:

  • Unlimited vacation/PTO 
  • Fully remote and distributed teams
  • Full Health benefits
  • Free laptop and home office budget, we've also got your cellphone/internet covered too!
  • Ongoing training and education budgets
  • We'll fly you around the world multiple times a year to hang out with the team in interesting places

Like what you see and think you’re a perfect fit? Apply today.

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Contentfly is proud to be an equal opportunity employer, we are committed to fostering an inclusive, accessible environment, where all employees feel valued, respected and supported. We are dedicated to creating a culture with a diversity of talented individuals who join, stay, and work in an environment that enables them to thrive. Contentfly is committed to providing accommodations. If you require an accommodation, we will work with you to meet your needs.

 

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