Senior Product Designer - Restaurant Operations 

At OpenTable, we’re passionate about restaurants and designing experiences that help their business thrive. They’re the heart of the communities we inhabit: bringing people together over food and drink is essential to cultures around the world. We do this by creating industry-leading tools that help customers launch, run and grow their restaurants, allowing them to spend less time worrying about their business and more time focusing on their craft and delivering hospitality. 

 

The opportunity 

You’ll work closely with a smart, collaborative team of product designers, product managers, and engineers to define and deliver experiences that directly impact the businesses of restaurants around the world. The design choices that you make will help restaurants succeed, thrive, and continue to support the communities they exist within. 

Learn more about who we are and how we work.

Your skills and experience

As a Senior Product Designer, you enjoy solving complex design challenges. You enjoy concepting and validating ideas with research and building prototypes through to visual design. You are experienced in designing for mobile and web experiences and have an exceptional portfolio that showcases a breadth of product design work. You also have:
 

  • At least 5 years of product design experience

  • Expertise in Sketch or Figma, and other prototyping tools

  • Service design experience mapping and simplifying complex workflows

  • Experience designing for enterprise, or has solved for very complex experiences

  • Strong product and business thinking

  • Experience contributing to defining a product vision

  • Excellent visual design skills

  • Led user interviews and testing of designs

  • The ability to negotiate, prioritize, and break down design work into measurable outcomes

  • The ability to translates complex concepts to non-technical audiences 

  • Comfortable working with remote engineering teams

  • Experience working closely with engineers in an agile environment
     

When applying, please include a resume (including a password to your portfolio) and a PDF or link to an online portfolio. 

 

The team

The design team at OpenTable is made up of product designers, brand designers, content strategists, system designers, and researchers  who – with our peers in product management, engineering, and marketing – create OpenTable's market defining products for restaurants and diners.

 

About diversity

We strongly believe that our design team should be as diverse as the restaurant industry and the diners we design for. We would therefore particularly welcome applications from people who are currently underrepresented in tech. OpenTable is proud to be an Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer.

 

About OpenTable

OpenTable, part of Booking Holdings Inc., is the world's leading provider of online restaurant reservations, seating more than 24 million diners per month via online bookings across approximately 43,000 restaurants.

 

Since its inception in 1998, OpenTable has seated more than 1 billion diners around the world. The Company is headquartered in San Francisco, California, and the OpenTable service is available throughout the United States, as well as in Canada, Germany, Japan, Mexico, and the UK.
OpenTable is proud to be an Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer M/F/D/V. 

 

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