Senior Product Designer

Mapillary


5 months ago

07/28/2019 10:21:23

Job type: Full-time

Category: Design


Maps rule the world. They inform and underpin some of the most crucial decisions that are made in society—but the world is moving so fast that maps everywhere get outdated quicker than any single player can update them. That’s where Mapillary comes in. We allow anyone, anywhere to update maps at scale, using nothing but cameras. We apply computer vision to street-level imagery to generate map data at scale, so that people and organizations everywhere can build better maps.

We are looking for a Senior Product Designer to join our design team. If you strive to learn and understand our users’ needs, behaviors and motivations, you design simple, and highly functional products, we should talk.

You will be involved in all aspects of development process: from understanding our problem space, designing and presenting high level concepts, refining those concepts into detailed user journeys along with interactions, testing your assumptions, building visual designs using our guidelines, help shape our guidelines; all the way to work with our front-end developers to deliver the best possible experience for our users.

For a successful application, you must have an easy to access portfolio demonstrating your design process, and showcases your impact and problem solving through design.

When you apply please also explain why Mapillary and this space is interesting to you. 

We're a remote first company—you can apply to this position from anywhere in the world.

Requirements

We're only considering applicants who

  • have worked at a product company before and have ~5 years of recent experience

  • have collaborated with PM, engineers, research etc.

  • have a strong design portfolio demonstrating the design process

  • have shipped products / features

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