ShopStyle is the world’s leading fashion search engine offering shoppers 18 million products from more than 1,400 edited brands and retailers across the globe. By partnering with a curated selection of the best retailers and brands, our customers are confident in our search results covering every brand or store worth shopping, resulting in a smart, quick, relevant and inspirational shopping experience.
Our philosophy of bringing the very best to our customers extends to our employees, who are the driving force behind our vision. With offices in San Francisco, New York, Los Angeles and London, we are passionate about our culture and are always seeking talented, creative individuals to join us in our purpose — changing the way people shop. For more information, visit ShopStyle.com.
ShopStyle product designers make the complex simple and know the details aren't the details, they are the product.
A ShopStyle UX / product designer should have empathy for our users, be a creative problem solver, be able to articulate the reasons behind a design, and have the ability to manage multiple projects. The ideal candidate has experience across many design disciplines and is highly knowledgeable about the latest interaction and design standards.
Define problems and goals, map user flows, prototype interactions, and oversee ideation, creation, release, and iteration of interface features and improvements
Generate wireframes, interactive prototypes, and high-fidelity mockups that are incredibly simple and elegant for any device or platform (web, iOS, email, etc)
Be an advocate for the user. Design interactions that improves their shopping experience
Work within established styles while also assisting in the evolution and maintenance of assets, UI components, and our style guide
Work with research to lead user tests and use data to inform design decisions.
An online portfolio demonstrating experience with solving complex UX challenges, wireframes, and high-quality visual designs.
Excellent visual design skills with sensitivity to user experience