Product Designer II
We are Duo
Our mission is to protect the mission of our customers like Facebook, Twitter, and Etsy by making security simple. We’re a diverse crew of makers and builders, skaters and coders, filmmakers and DJ’s, teachers and students brought together by a shared belief in adding value to the world. This diversity allows us to bring an empathetic approach to solve some of the most complex global business and security challenges faced today.
A Product Designer II at Duo is…
- Someone who thinks tactically about UX / UI design… based on strategic thinking.
- Someone who works with Project Managers, Engineers and others to establish and clarify project requirements and convert them into design solutions.
- Someone who can confidently present design solutions.
- Someone who can design for the future, but understand the time and technology constraints of now.
- Someone who has the ability to create appropriate design deliverables.
What you’ll do…
Product Designer II’s are part of a cross-functional team that designs and implements product features. They can participate in all phases of the design process… from research to implementation. The focus of the work will be to translate learnings and requirements into excellent UI and UX designs.
Skills you have…
- 5+ years of professional (post-college) work in User Experience Design
- A solid understanding of Interaction Design and Information Architecture
- Expert knowledge of basic design principles
- Experience designing complex web and mobile applications
- Experience participating in design research efforts
- Expert knowledge of Sketch, Adobe Creative Suite, or other design software
- Expert knowledge of Marvel, InVision, or other prototyping software
- Experience working as part of a cross-functional product design/development team
- Experience in project planning and deliverable definitions
- Experience with creating and presenting design solutions to key stakeholders
Why you should apply…
You thrive having the autonomy to operate in a challenging problem space
You look at ambiguity as opportunities and not problems
You work best in teams of high-performers focused on a common goal
You are delighted when your end-users are delighted and frustrated when they are frustrated
You love sharing your passion for design with others