About Outdoorsy:

Outdoorsy is world's #1 marketplace for recreational vehicles connecting passionate RV owners with qualified renters and making it easy and safe for them to transact. We’re disrupting the RV market by removing all the friction and complexity from the current user experience. Working on our team means you can count on being challenged. You’ll be inspired. And you’ll be proud. Because whatever your job is here, you’ll be part of something big.

THE ROLE

We are looking for a Senior UX Designer to join our growing design team. The Senior UX Designer is responsible for refining the design system, improving flows, and working to develop delightful experiences on our platform. Acting as an advocate for the user, the Senior UX Designer works with the creative and development teams to create resonant and intuitive experiences.

Responsibilities:

  • Evangelize design within the company and design ecosystem.
  • Work cross-functionally with all teams to identify opportunities, represent design, and give feedback in planning and product channels.
  • Help build out the design system.
  • Help to lead critique, design reviews, and planning.
  • Proactively mentor other designers to improve system and craft.
  • Take concepts from ideation to execution.
  • Have a love for designing simple, beautiful software experiences.
  • Familiar with web patterns and design frameworks.

Must include links to your portfolio of work when applying

REQUIREMENTS

  • 6+ years experience.
  • Master of Sketch, Photoshop, Illustrator.
  • Attention to detail.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills.
  • Ability to design for a multitude of platforms (web, iOS, Android, etc).
  • Portfolio of beautiful, detail oriented design showcasing interaction, visual design, research, typography, and idea generation.
  • Extensive experience with prototyping (Framer, Invision, Principle, Marvel, etc).
  • Experience working and collaborating with diverse teams.
  • Passion for the customer experience.

BENEFITS

  • Fast growing startup environment
  • Competitive Salary
  • Flexible Open PTO
  • Medical, Dental & Vision
  • Fexible Hours
  • Dog Friendly Office

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