At Smartsheet, our purpose is to empower everyone to achieve more. As a member of the Experience Design team, you will shape the future of work, making our category-leading work execution platform valuable, elegant, and engaging. As a Senior UX Designer, you will apply principles of design thinking to conceptualize and create engaging, valuable, and intuitive user experiences for our web and mobile apps. You will represent the end-user and promote human-centered methodologies across the product team to ensure new designs that meet people’s needs from first-time users to seasoned experts.

This role is located in our Bellevue, WA headquarters and will report to the UX Design Manager. 

Who We Are

  • We are a large and growing Experience Design Team of UX Designers, Researchers, Visual Designers, UX Writers, and Customer Experience Architects who love what we do and help our customers love what they do!
  • We’re an authentic and passionate bunch who partner with our product teams to help guide product strategy but also come together often as an XD team to support each other in driving our holistic experience vision forward.
  • We are setting the experience bar for enterprise applications so our customers feel empowered, inspired and connected.

What You'll Do

  • Gain an understanding of user needs and goals and communicate them with diverse product teams.
  • Create understanding across product teams to launch new features and evolve existing ones based on an understanding of user needs, our goals and technical constraints.
  • Create task flows, wireframes, prototypes and other interaction design deliverables.
  • Conduct usability testing and incorporate user and team feedback.
  • Create visually stunning interfaces that make emotional connections with users and communicate the brand.
  • Provide assets, specifications, and guidance for implementation of the user interface throughout the development process.

What You Bring

  • 5+ years experience designing exceptional experiences for complex, data-driven web and mobile applications.
  • Passion for the field of User Experience. We work in a collaborative environment, but you're also responsible for your own work.
  • Experience facilitating activities to gather insights on user needs and goals and conducting usability testing.
  • Experience with designing simple solutions for complex problems.
  • Experience with Agile methodologies.
  • Excellent visual design skills and sensibilities.
  • Expert in Sketch, Axure, Principal, or other visual design, wireframing, and prototyping tools.
  • Help teams across the organization, including Product Management and Engineering, gain alignment on .
  • Ability to articulate design decisions and advocate for the user.
  • Degree in Design (Interaction, Product, Communication, HCD, or related) or equivalent experience. 

Perks & Benefits:

  • 100% employer-paid medical, dental, and vision coverage for full-time employees
  • Equity - Restricted Stock Units (RSUs) Equity with all offers
  • Lucrative Employee Stock Purchase Program (15% discount)
  • 401k Match (50% up to 6%, effective May 1st) to help you save for your future
  • Monthly stipend towards your commute to work
  • 15 days PTO to start, plus Flexible Sick Leave
  • Up to 24 weeks of Parental Leave
  • Personal paid Volunteer Day to support our community
  • Opportunities for professional growth and development including access to Audible for Business and LinkedIn Learning online courses
  • Company Funded Perks, including a counseling membership, primary care membership, local retail discounts, and your own personal Smartsheet account

Equal Opportunity Employer:

Smartsheet is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to fostering an inclusive environment with the best employees. We provide employment opportunities without regard to any legally protected status in accordance with applicable laws in the US, UK, and Australia. If there are preparations we can make to help ensure you have a comfortable and positive interview experience, please let us know.

At Smartsheet, we strive to build an inclusive environment that encourages, supports, and celebrates the diverse voices of our team members who also represent the diverse needs of our customers. We’re looking for people who are driven, authentic, supportive, effective, and honest. You’re encouraged to apply even if your experience doesn’t precisely match our job description—if your career path has been nontraditional, that will set you apart. At Smartsheet, we welcome diverse perspectives and people who aren’t afraid to be innovative—join us! 

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