About us:  

Limeade is an employee experience software company that helps build great places to work. Our platform unifies employee well-being, engagement, and inclusion solutions with industry-leading communications capabilities. Recognized for its own award-winning culture, Limeade helps every employee know their company cares. To learn more, visit www.limeade.com.

We're committed to creating a mission-driven, positive and inclusive culture of improvement made up of the best and brightest people in the business. And we've got the awards to back it up: Puget Sound Business Journal ranked us #1 Best Workplace in Washington, and Seattle Business ranked us one of the top three Best Companies to Work for in Washington State. In addition, we're one of the fastest-growing companies in North America (Deloitte's Technology Fast 500™), and Fortune magazine recognized us as a Best Workplace for Women. Limeade is a global company that embraces a distributed workforce and has users in more than 100 countries. Our headquarters are in Bellevue, WA.

About the role:

Limeade is looking for a seasoned designer of delightful, engaging user-centric experiences. Your portfolio is testament to your empathy for users, your ability to work collaboratively with a team to tackle meaningful problems, and your ability to create workflows and interactions that serve both the user and business goals. 

You should be comfortable iterating fast and communicating your ideas to collaborators before they are fully formed. You should welcome feedback, be it from team members or users. You view collaboration with other designers, users, and all company colleagues as instrumental for doing great work. 

You are curious, with a learner’s mindset with regards to both your approach to design as well as the world of our product experience. Not afraid to be wrong or question base assumptions, you constructively challenge team members. You are at ease leading design activities, facilitating the process with designers and non-designers alike. You are comfortable with a degree of ambiguity presented by early-stage design work and enjoy the process of bringing clarity when faced with wicked problems. 

Our team is passionate group of researchers and designers, dedicated to the mission of improving the experience and wellbeing of people while at work. Our work is centered on better understanding the scenarios, context, and goals of the people that we serve so that we can deliver more impactful solutions. 

Responsibilities:  

  • Advocate for the user and a user-centered process while keeping solutions grounded in the context of strategic business goals.

  • Own and deliver meaningful improvements to the product experience from the discovery phase through concept generation, refinement, and implementation. 

  • Brainstorm and collaborate with an aligned and collaborative product development team.

  • Actively participate in UX meetings and initiatives, sharing your skills and experience.

  • Create and utilize frameworks and artifacts synthesized from the research process that enable the team to find better solutions for real problems.

  • Take ownership of the problem spaces that your team is tasked with. 

  • Participate in and facilitate lead customer sessions. 

  • Ensure that designed experiences are implemented in accordance with intention.

  • Work directly with the UX leadership, other designers, researchers, product managers and a collaborative R&D team.

.Qualifications:

  • Ability to demonstrate our values in an on-going and consistent way.

  • A portfolio that speaks to the depth of your experience.

  • Ability to demonstrate behavior in alignment with our values in an ongoing and consistent way. 

  • 6-8+ years of user experience design experience in a product development environment.

  • Expertise in a human-centered design process.

  • High degree of fluency in design software and skill in visual design.

  • Knowledge of user research methodologies and artifacts.

  • Excellent communication and facilitation skills.

  • Skilled listener, able to incorporate constructive feedback.

  • Ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment. 

Limeade provides equal employment opportunity (EEO) to all persons regardless of age, color, national origin, citizenship status, physical or mental disability, race, religion, creed, gender, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, genetic information, marital status, status regarding public assistance, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local law. In addition, Limeade will provide reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with disabilities.

This position is open to remote workers located in the United States and Canada.

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