About Us

Revinate and NAVIS  have joined forces, forming one of the largest and most innovative providers of direct revenue-generating solutions in the hospitality industry. Revinate's mission is to deliver hoteliers scalable direct revenue and profits from data-driven solutions that cultivate deeper relationships with guests. Revinate’s Direct Booking Platform helps capture, convert and retain guests with strategies and services that maximize direct booking revenue. This combination maximizes the lifetime value of each guest through personalized and targeted campaigns across the guest journey.

Role Overview

At Revinate we’re bringing consumer-grade design thinking into enterprise software for the hospitality industry. More than 30,000 hotels globally trust Revinate to help them build deeper relationships with their guests. Our software uses data from across the web and the hotel’s own systems to build rich guest profiles and create experiences and loyalty like never before.

As Revinate’s Senior UX/Product Designer you’ll be a key contributor for our products, collaborating closely with product managers, engineers, and customers to build beautiful, usable products. You’ll be responsible for ensuring a clean, elegant look and feel, overall product experience, while also contributing to workflow design. You’ll also enjoy a culture of deep, respectful collaboration as a key member of our strategic design team. 

What You’ll Do

  • Gather business cases, research, and customer pain-points/feedback to create scenarios and use cases 
  • Define the user flow and user interfaces for existing and new workflows based on clear rationale
  • Design concept sketches, wireframes, information architecture, detailed interaction, and visual specifications
  • Conduct user research to understand user behaviors and insights
  • Setup and maintain a design pattern library which is scalable and influences future design
  • Lead group sessions to elevate ideas on clearly formed client problems and business cases
  • Quickly produce and cut ideas to thoughtfully move forward ones which address project goals
  • Utilize data from surveys, research, and product use to inform design changes or proposals for new designs
  • Present out design proposals to core working teams which demonstrate clear rationale

Position Location 

Remote US Based 

What You’ll Bring

  • Bachelor’s degree in Graphic Design, Human-Computer Interaction (HCI), or equivalent practical experience
  • At least four (4) years of experience as a user experience (UX) designer
  • Proficiency in Sketch, Figma, Adobe, or other design software platforms
  • Proven experience designing web-based applications
  • Strong visual design skills and experience
  • Experience in the production of visual assets for engineering teams
  • A strong online portfolio demonstrating experience producing simple and clear user-centered design solutions and patterns for web based interactions
  • Rigorous attention to detail
  • Strong understanding of design standards and aesthetics
  • Excellent communication, relationship building and presentation skills
  • Effective, cross-functional collaboration with product and engineering teams


Desired (But Not Required)

  • Experience prototyping with InVision, Figma, Flinto or equivalent tools
  • Teaching and developing others in design practice and processes
  • Ability to measure the business impact(s) of design work through key business indicators and client goal achievement

 

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Our Core Values:

Customer Love -- When the customer wins, we win

One Tribe -- United and strong, on a single mission together

Speak the Truth -- Feedback is a gift - we all improve faster this way 

Make it Simpler -- Apply it to everything we do

Hungerness -- Feel it, follow it - be relentless about our success

 

NAVIS/Revinate is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE)

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