Weave is the all-in-one customer communication and engagement platform for small business. The first Utah company to join Y Combinator, Weave has set the bar for Utah startup achievement & work culture. In the past year, Weave has been included in the Forbes Cloud 100, Inc. 5000 fastest-growing companies in America, and Glassdoor Best Places to Work. 

At the core of Weave's growth are our people. We are passionate about providing an amazing workplace for accomplished people who demonstrate our core values: Stay Hungry, Care More, Think Creatively, Do the Right Thing, and the Customer is Everything. Don't believe us? Check out why our employees, their families, and our 20,000+ customers love Weave visit our website or head to our Instagram page @workatweave to see what our employees are up to.

What you will love about us

  • Medical, Dental, & Vision Insurance- we cover 75%
  • Flexible PTO and work schedules
  • Free haircuts at our onsite salon
  • Parental leave + baby benefits! House cleanings, meals, and one year of free diapers provided 
  • Brand new building including a huge onsite gym
  • 401k with company match
  • People, not Employees Culture 
  • Commuter benefits (UTA Pass)
  • Company holiday and summer events
  • Weave’s in-house coaching initiative
  • We believe in diversity and inclusion! Join one of our Peer Resource Group

Hybrid in office/work from home 

What you will own

  • Help define experiences and support of the Weave Shared User Experience (SUE)/ Unify Team
  • Help in strategizing and positioning product experience 
  • Conduct regular customer research sessions for discovery, solution assessment, prototype testing and general feedback
  • Rapidly prototype design solutions and iterate based on customer and team feedback
  • Work closely with product managers, engineers, and other designers to deliver valued experiences to our customers 

What you will need to accomplish the job (minimum qualifications)

  • 2+ years of UX design industry experience
  • A strong understanding of product development principles and process
  • A strong portfolio showing a track record of using design solutions to satisfy both customer and business needs in a creative way
  • Strong communication and presentation skills
  • Experience planning and running research practices
  • Experience creating innovative digital interface design solutions for desktop/enterprise applications (Mobile is a plus)
  • Proficiency in common wireframing and prototyping tools such as Figma or Sketch
  • Experience using flowcharts to map out customer journeys or UX flows
  • Strong grasp of visual design, user experience design, and interaction design principles 
  • Rockstar individual contributor who can mentor other team members while producing top quality work 

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