Product Designer (UI Design)

Who We Are: 

Omaze is a venture-backed startup with a mission of transforming lives through the power of storytelling and technology. Our for-profit platform offers people everywhere the chance to win a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Since our founding in 2012 in Los Angeles, California; Omaze has raised more than $100 million for over 350 charity partners. We’re growing our team of smart, dedicated, passionate people, and that’s where you come in! 

Who Were Seeking:

Our ideal Product Designer is a passionate customer advocate with strong interaction and visual design skills. They have a desire to craft polished, easy-to-use, and engaging experiences for our users. They think holistically about how the brand’s visual identity impacts the user experience. Someone who isn’t afraid to challenge assumptions with a keen desire for ownership and accountability. An experienced designer who can look ahead to where we need to be to delight our users; and can collaborate with our team to get there.

What You’ll Do:

  • Think big and understand how to work iteratively and cross functionally towards your vision.
  • Illustrate and communicate complex design solutions across use cases by creating process flows, wireframes, prototypes and high fidelity mock-ups.
  • Develop and maintain detailed design documentation including specifications, interaction patterns and style guides.
  • Collaborate throughout the product development lifecycle to iterate on and deliver a user experience that meets the highest quality bar. 
  • Advocate for our customers, fixing what's not quite right and smoothing the customer’s journey through the product.
  • Identify future opportunities, working as a key thought partner across the organization.
  • Continuously improve our UI and UX standards. Stay current on design trends and customer feedback.
  • Refine the Omaze design language and own rollout of new brand identity across our customer journey.
  • Build and maintain our atomic design system and libraries for our site and digital touchpoints. 
  • Develop responsive grids and communicate design specs across devices.
  • Ensure visual integrity in the features we ship.
  • Work with cross-functional teams to develop content strategy to support the entire customer journey.

Our Ideal Candidate: 

  • 5+ years experience in mobile, product, interaction or interface design
  • Self-starter who is creative, results-driven, human-centric and empathetic 
  • Can effectively articulate their design thinking and decision making
  • Must have a thorough understanding and knowledge of UX trends and best practices
  • Is a champion of collaboration and team building
  • You are committed to quality as a top priority — you pay attention to detail and take pride in it
  • Deep knowledge and experience delivering UI and prototypes with modern design tools. Figma experience preferred.
  • Demonstrates success in creating a visual & experience language for web and brand experience
  • Experience defining and maintaining documentation of visual standards and usage for web style guides
  • Experience working directly with engineers to effectively communicate design specs from concept to launch
  • Has a portfolio demonstrating their collaborative process and an impressive sense of typography, color, photography, illustration and other contemporary design trends
  • Passionate about voicing your opinions and are humble in receiving feedback
  • You have a track record of trying and learning new things and are not afraid to learn through failure

A plus if you have

  • Ecommerce Experience
  • Experience with Jira, Confluence and Agile methodologies
  • Experience running user testing and other qualitative research methods
  • Experience leveraging motion, animation, and transitions
  • Experience with A/B testing, ideally using Optimizely 
  • Experience designing, prototyping and maintaining style guides in Figma

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