Bangalore, Karnataka, India Post Date: May 8, 2023 Full Time
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You'll work as part of a cross-functional team -- where design, product, engineering, accounts, legal, and sales come together to iterate existing products and invent new ones.
You'll talk with users -- identifying their core problems, empathizing with their needs, and translating these into perfectly designed solutions.
You'll drive a culture deeply valuing design, quality, and craftsmanship. You will help your teammates understand that everything we do -- from using appropriate design practices to create a beautifully designed workspace to having delightful 404 pages -- speaks to our brand and affects how users view us.
You'll be an end-to-end designer. You will fill whiteboards with ideas and wall upon wall with post-its, thinking deeply about interactions, user flows, and how the product will grow organically. You will never be handed wireframes by a product manager and told to make them look pretty.
You'll prototype early and often. You will dive in and build from paper prototypes to animations to design in Sketch and Figma.
You'll take ownership of projects and manage multiple priorities against deadlines. If you see something that needs attention, you'll take the initiative to address it, regardless of whether it formally falls on your plate.
You have a strong portfolio. Ideally, your portfolio demonstrates a sophisticated application and product design ability.
You ship. You have a track record of launching successful projects. You appreciate the value of shipping and do what it takes to get your designs launched.
You have experience designing products at scale. You know what it takes to understand your users, segment them, identify their needs, and respond to those needs with scalable solutions.
You can work outside of a traditional design role. You're definitely a designer first, but you're comfortable taking on tasks like project management to get projects over the line. Entrepreneurial or small startup experience is a strong signal.
You demonstrate strong verbal and written communication skills. You can present and defend your design ideas and influence your non-design teammates.
You have a growth mindset. The crypto world constantly changes and requires at least some understanding of the relevant technical, legal, and stakeholder issues. You're willing to be challenged, to fail, and to learn. While having some crypto expertise is a plus, being a quick learner is more important.
You bring people together to execute. Any project is an amalgamation of efforts. Designers are uniquely positioned to craft visions that bring teams into alignment. You understand this power, and you use it wisely.