Product Designer

Theorem


7 months ago

06/09/2019 10:33:05

Job type: Full-time

Category: Product


We’re looking for an experienced Product Designer to join our team. Our ideal candidate:

  • Has roughly five years of experience with UI/UX and Product design

  • A solid portfolio that can speak to your product design skills

  • Contributed to multiple shipped products

  • Uses a holistic product thinking to led the solutions of a specific product area

  • Excellent speaker and listener

  • Well-rounded consultant with the strong domain expertise

Responsibilities and Duties

As a designer at Theorem, you will be placed in a small cross-functional team to research, design, prototype, and test solutions. Your team will be consulting directly with the client, and you will be responsible for client satisfaction and quality service delivery.

At the same time, you will have a plenty of duties which are not related to your project or client. As the part of the Design team, you will work on sales and marketing efforts evolving Theorem's brand and visual identity.

Skills you will need

  • Design thinking

  • User research

  • Information architecture

  • Interaction design

  • Visual design

  • Writing

  • Service design

  • Prototyping

Tools you should know how to use

  • Figma

  • Sketch + Zeplin + Abstract

  • Adobe Creative Suite

  • Principle, Marvel, Framer, etc.

  • Google Docs

Engineering skills that aren't required but great to have

  • Git, GitHub

  • HTML, CSS, Sass, Less

  • JavaScript frameworks like React

About Theorem

Theorem is a team of experts. We are craftspeople who build amazing products for some of the largest global household names. We believe in cultivating a high degree of leadership and technical excellence in all of our team members. Together we build applications that solve our customers' business-critical problems.

While we have offices in LA and New York, we work remotely with team members around the world

100% REMOTE - Work from your location if you are not called to travel to client site

TEAM RETREATS - Theorem team gets together at an inspiring locations to meet, work and play

HEALTHY BODY, HEALTHY MIND - HAPPY TEAM - We offer vacation and support healthy lifestyles through our physical fitness and continuing education benefits program.

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