Tempo Automation is the world's fastest electronics manufacturer. Our software-driven smart factory in the heart of San Francisco merges data, analytics, and automation to deliver new levels of speed, quality, and insights. We make it possible for the world's leading companies in aerospace, medical technology, industrial technology, and beyond to bring new innovations to market faster and better than ever before.

Our Engineers are disrupting the way electronics are manufactured today, and we are looking to bring on an exceptional Contract UI/UX Designer. You will work closely with the Product Managers, helping Tempo Automation transform our customer experience and client facing interface. This role will provide a tremendous amount of value towards our on-going mission. There will be opportunities to extend the contract or convert to permanent employment based on performance and role/team fit. 

What we are looking for:

  • Contract UI/UX designer. Visual/graphic design skills are an extra bonus.
  • Full-time, 3 month contract to start. Option to extend of join Tempo full time at the end of the initial contract period.

You Will:

  • Work with our Product Manager and UX designer to build out the new feature experiences that we are developing.
  • Be able to take ideas that are not always flushed out and help define the problem statement and key use cases that we are trying to solve for.
  • Develop and polish the user flows with the product team.
  • Ensure every flow you design accounts for all edge cases that we can identify, not just the happy path.

Must Have:

  • Experience with web applications. Our current product is a responsive web-based application. Mobile speciality is not required.
  • We have a current design system and a set of patterns you can use. You can use those to start and then we want to evolve them based on your expertise.
  • Strong attention detail.

Nice to have:

  • The more self directed you are the better. We want you to be part of the team, not just pushing pixels.
  • Have built a design system before and an interest to build another one.
  • Experience / interest in graphic design.
  • Experience / interest working in manufacturing or hardware environment. 

Location:

  • We are located in San Francisco, but we are open to remote employees for this role. We work 9-5 PST and would want to ensure we can meet during those hours for some period of time to collaborate. 

We Provide:

  • Generous hourly compensation.
  • Friendly positive work environment, with interesting challenges and problems to solve. 

Application Specifics:

  • Please include a link to your current profile. 
  • Highlight user flows, key experiences you have built and what are your top 3 areas of design strength.




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