The Uniswap Labs team is building products to unlock value through universal exchange. We envision a future where digital economies flourish and markets are transparent, global, and equitable.

Our products – the Uniswap Interface, the Uniswap Mobile App, and the Uniswap Extension – are powered by the Uniswap Protocol.  The protocol is the largest onchain marketplace, with billions of dollars in weekly volume across thousands of tokens on Ethereum and 8+ additional chains.

When you join Uniswap, you become part of a team that's reshaping the way value flows on the internet.

We are looking for a driven designer to define the next generation of financial products. You would be joining a talented design team and product team known for developing category-defining UX and solving cutting-edge, human-computer interface challenges.

We are headquartered in SoHo in New York City, and this role has the option to be partially or fully remote.

Responsibilities:

  • Collaborate as a lead with cross-functional peers to generate ideas, content, and create effective design solutions
  • Leads medium to large projects, including but not limited to social content, microsites, physical buildouts, brand identities, and presentations. 
  • Translate strategy and creative direction into high-quality designs and produce fresh, innovative work that translates complex ideas into compelling designs
  • Develop and maintain a visual language cohesive with the Uniswap brand
  • Engage in the design reviews, offering, and receiving feedback on design work
  • Sought out as a design mentor and expert within the company
  • Have a pulse on design, crypto, and marketing trends 
  • Design with a focus on both brand and business outcomes
  • Apply design expertise to resolve complex issues in creative and effective ways

Requirements:

  • 8+ years designing in a range of styles and media — static, dynamic, and interactive. 
  • Familiarity with crypto and using dapps
  • Collaborative, low ego, and open-minded
  • Sharp attention to detail and strong understanding of design principles, typography, and layout
  • Fluency in Figma and Adobe Suite
  • Ability to context-switch and handle multiple design projects
  • Ability to pivot quickly to new information, opinions, and direction
  • Ability to identify problems, generate and socialize solutions
  • Having wide-ranging experience, uses professional concepts and company objectives to resolve complex issues in creative and effective ways. 

Nice-to-haves:

  • Experience designing marketing for crypto tools
  • Experience with animation/motion design

Minimum full-time salary of $175,000-$210,000. Disclosure in accordance with New York City's Pay Transparency Law. Full Time employees at Uniswap Labs are also eligible for other compensation elements, including equity, tokens, and benefits, dependent on the position type.

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