About Us

How do we better understand each other, and the world around us? That’s the question at the core of Nota. We’re a multimedia company using intelligent technology to improve storytelling and reduce friction between perspectives.


  • Create best-in-class design solutions and user experiences 
  • Must be able to function as a project leader as well as an individual contributor 
  • Defining interaction models, user task flows, wireframes, and UI specifications 
  • Drive design direction for an interdisciplinary team that includes other designers,  project management, business and brand strategists, and developers 
  • Play a key role in making our products clean, timeless and intuitive 
  • Incorporate user research findings into designs, and assist in the collection of user research data 
  • Manage the design process throughout the entire project, drive decisions, track issues, and work with development to produce outstanding work 
  • Collaborate with designers and developers to define visual direction/language for the product and implement a design system that aligns with the brand
  • Translate business requirements, UX flows, and wireframes into visually-delightful, high-fidelity screens 
  • Effectively communicate design choices & direction to multiple stakeholders by incorporating and articulating design principles which balance the customers' needs


  • At least 5+ years of web and mobile design experience, preferably for a highly trafficked consumer facing website 
  • Portfolio showcasing user experience design work 
  • Experienced with designing for web and mobile products 
  • Ability to convey concepts through wire-framing, flows, and mockups 
  • Ability to keep up to date with current design tools and applications 
  • Effectively work on multiple projects simultaneously with shifting priorities 
  • Ability to tell compelling stories about your designs, present your work with confidence, and connect design decisions to business strategies 


  • Experience working with user research and usability findings 
  • Knowledge of capabilities and limitations of web technologies such as HTML & CSS 
  • Experience with native mobile applications


  • Open to employee or freelance relationships, depending on the candidate.
  • Fully remote position, with flexible work hours (Need partial overlap with 8a-5p Mountain time).

We’re doing hard stuff, and we need talented people to make this happen. Specifically, we’re in need of “blank page” builders- blue sky thinkers. We have the vision and the market and features we need to start with for MVP, but need design to bring it all together. That’s where you come in—- 

If that's you, let's talk!

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