Who you are

We are looking for someone who is an expert in UI/UX design to join our growing company. You're a front-end developer who is comfortable developing in React and Javascript with a strong understanding of CSS. You're a natural at understanding human-computer interaction design, you're empathetic, you're up for working in design sprints and for using these principles to come up with elegant solutions to improve our application.

What you’ll do at Go Nimbly

  • Conduct research and deconstruct our users’ digital interactions and habits
  • Come up with UI and UX strategies based on our target goals
  • Create and maintain digital assets, such as interface design files, wireframes, and interactive mockups using SKETCH and InVision for user flows and demoing
  • Design, build, and maintain highly reusable JavaScript, HTML and CSS code
  • Understand the limitations of our tech stack and business model and provide technical advice wherever necessary

Qualifications

  • 3+ years’ experience as a front-end developer; 2+ years’ experience as a UI/UX designer
  • A portfolio that demonstrates both JavaScript proficiency and understanding of SOLID design principles (plugins, node packages, etc.)
  • Knowledge of CSS, CSS extension languages (Less, Sass), and CSS preprocessor tools
  • Expert knowledge of HTML5 and its best practices
  • Proficiency in designing interfaces and building clickable prototypes using Sketch and Invision
  • A history of deconstructing user behavior to create an improved experience for users, showcased in the form of blog posts, articles, screencasts, etc.
  • Proficiency using Git version control

Additional info

  • Part-time: 20 hours / week anticipated
  • Contract with the opportunity to convert to full-time staff in the future
  • Our offices are currently in work-from-home mode

About Go Nimbly

We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity and inclusion at all levels of our company (check out this recent blog post from our CSO). We’re committed to hiring the best, brightest, most diverse crew and fostering an environment where everyone is encouraged and enabled to grow both personally and professionally. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status. If you find you will need a reasonable accommodation as part of the interview process, please contact accommodations@gonimbly.com.

Go Nimbly is a revenue operations company based in San Francisco. We make SaaS companies more successful by breaking down internal silos that negatively impact the customer experience and increasing operational excellence. We work with some of the most innovative companies in the world, including Coursera, Twilio, Zendesk, PagerDuty, and others.

At ~50 people (and counting), we are based out of a sunny, modern office on the edge of The Mission and Potrero in San Francisco and WeWork offices in Manhattan and Chicago. We’re dog and cat-friendly.

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