Product Designer

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July 15, 2020
SF Bay Area

The ideal candidate is a strong conceptual thinker, natural visual storyteller, and most of all - a systematic thinker/problem-solver who can bring to life in new and inspiring ways of creating and delighting. Someone who's comfortable working across different areas of focus such as UI scenes, control and component, and UI library development towards guideline building, but also curious to experiment and innovate. This person should also be comfortable working across many digital platforms with multiple teams.

As a Product Designer, you will be involved in every aspect of the product development process, from brainstorming the next great product innovation to tweaking pixels right before launches. You will be expected to utilize your full range of product design, interaction design, and visual design skills while shaping the next experience for a wide area of ecosystem of products: a home video calling devices aiming to make it easier to connect with loved ones. With such an opportunity, the following are areas you'll be working through:
● Take broad, conceptual ideas and turn them into something useful and valuable for billion of users
● Observe, Audit, and execute systematic approaches to design development
● Design flows and experiences that are incredibly simple and elegant
● Contribute to high-level strategic decisions with the rest of the product and executive teams
● Comfortable with giving and soliciting feedback from other designers in order to continually raise our bar for quality
● Execute a detailed eye for design craftsmanship in your work as well as others
● Sketch, ideate, and generate new concepts quickly based on stakeholder direction and self-driven research
● Able to partner with product managers, engineers, researchers and content strategists towards crafting experiences for

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