Encore is an interactive live music app launching soon. 

Our mission is to help more artists make a living from their music by empowering them with new ways to directly monetize, engage and grow their fanbase. Artists can drop new music, chat with fans and host live shows right from their phones, and anywhere in the world. Encore also enables unique live music experiences for fans, with opportunities to connect with their favorite musicians and discover new music. 

Co-Founded by Kid Cudi, Jon Gray and Ian Edelman, we’re backed by global investment firm Battery Ventures. You can read more about us in Rolling Stone, Billboard, and Complex and sign up to join our private beta at www.clapforencore.com

WHAT YOU’LL DO:

  • Own product design and the entire UX process at Encore
  • Design beautiful, simple, innovative, and intuitive experiences and flows
  • Report to the Head of Product and work closely with leadership across Design and Engineering
  • Contribute to high-level strategic decisions with the rest of the design and executive teams
  • Be a leader - as a senior member of the design team you will be expected to be able to take initiative to work independently, stay focused on hitting deadlines, and be an excellent communicator 
  • Identify the needs of Encore Artists and fans and improve on existing features
  • Help a tight knit team define the short and long-term roadmap for your product area(s)
  • Regularly give and receive feedback on designs and strategic product decisions

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • A design lead with a minimum 5+ years of experience with end-to-end product design
  • Expertise in Figma, Adobe Creative Cloud Apps, and other tools for generating wireframes, designs, prototypes and specifications
  • Desire and ability to create the best digital design in the industry
  • Demonstrated history for leading the design of complex, large-scale tools that are simple, elegant, and beautiful
  • Excellent communication and presentation skills. You’ll be expected to clearly communicate design decisions to leadership, engineers and to the rest of the team 
  • Strong leadership skills
  • Ability to think at a high level about product strategy
  • Strong visual design skills and passion for interaction design
  • A creative thinker who has lots of ideas and sees solutions when most would not
  • Self-motivated passionate attitude with the ability to thrive in a fast-paced, sometimes ambiguous work environment

NICE TO HAVE: 

  • A background in Art Direction 
  • A passion for music and concerts

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