THE ROLE

We are looking to hire a UX/UI Designer to join our growing Digital Product team. Reporting into the Director of Digital Product, this person would be in charge of establishing functional workflows for digital product and conducting UX research and design. This person needs to be comfortable creating beautiful work that balances the needs of the user while optimizing for key business metrics like conversion and retention.   

The ideal candidate will thrive on seeing the product continually iterate into something our users can’t wait to get their hands on. We’re a company that truly values our customers, so it’s guaranteed you’ll have a big impact.

WHAT YOU’LL DO

  • Design the Mack Weldon user experience across web and mobile
  • Create exceptional user-centered designs through consideration of market research, business requirements, customer feedback, and usability study findings.
  • Create conceptual sketches to communicate design ideas as well as detailed design specifications for the finished product.
  • Produce usable, intuitive, and delightful interfaces for our customers
  • Plan and run user tests and other design research to inform decision choices
  • Collaborate with the creative and digital product team to evolve and refine our design culture, system, and workflow
  • Quickly and thoroughly create diagrams, wireframes, detailed visual mockups and prototypes to communicate high-level design strategies and detailed interaction behaviors. (Generate concepts from sketches to wireframes to hi-fi mocks )
  • Work with the engineering team to iterate, polish and ship digital product enhancements and new features
  • Conduct remote and in person research

WHO YOU ARE

  • 3-5 years experience as a UX and/or UI Designer with eCommerce experience required
  • Bachelor's Degree
  • Proven knowledge of user-centered design principles and best practices
  • Highly proficient with Design tools (Figma, Photoshop, Illustrator, Sketch)
  • A portfolio of personal or professional projects, including projects over which you had total creative control
  • An excellent foundation in visual design, including typography, color, and composition
  • Ability to follow brand guidelines, but know when to change them or break them
  • Driven, able to adapt and grow in a fast-paced startup environment
  • Experience designing products for growth (e.g., conversion optimization, A/B testing) is a plus

WHAT MAKES US SPECIAL

  • It’s all about the people. To us, diversity is a strength. We check our egos at the door and value all backgrounds and experiences. From our employees to our customers to our partners—we build relationships that last.
  • We give a s***. Every detail matters. We research, we test, we adjust. We take pride in everything we do by being thoughtful in our decision making and design process. 
  • We put our money where our mouth is. We work with ethical and humane partners, we act with integrity and trust, and we take ownership of our actions and mistakes.
  • We build for the future. First, we listen; then we think, plan, and act for the long-term. We see problems as opportunities and take calculated risks to build a company that lasts. 

THE PERKS

  • Full insurance benefits
  • Open vacation policy
  • Hybrid office model (in office M/T/Th)
  • Great location in the heart of Nomad district
  • Office snacks and drinks
  • Thursday happy hours
  • Free Mack Weldon gear
  • Salary range of $100,000 - $130,000 *This range represents the low and high end of the anticipated base salary range for this NYC - based position. The base salary will depend on numerous factors such as: experience and qualifications for the role, experience level, skillset, and balancing internal equity relative to other MW employees.



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