User Interface Designer

CareMessage is looking for a User Interface Designer to join a mission-driven team changing the healthcare landscape for underserved patient populations. As a UI Designer at CareMessage you will be joining a team of designers to lead the visual and user experience designs of new product features. 

This role requires 2+ years of experience as a user interface designer, preferably working on enterprise web-based products. Previous experience in healthcare is preferred, but can be supplemented with other experiences with underserved populations. Since we are a small and diverse team, you should be able to work independently and collaboratively with people from a variety of backgrounds.

Within 1 month you'll...

  • Learn the product inside and out
  • Collaborate with product managers, engineers and other members of the team to translate customer needs to solutions
  • Participate in key internal team meetings including product sprints, planning sessions, and design critiques

Within 3 months you'll...

  • Participate in user testing sessions, following a human-centered design process
  • Derive insights from user testing and translate them to compelling designs
  • Collaborate with fellow Designers to ensure a consistent and cohesive experience across CareMessage's products

Within 6 months you'll... 

  • Lead an iterative visual design process
  • Showcase strong graphic design skills
  • Manifest our brand aesthetic throughout the UI while embracing real-world constraints (engineering feasibility, real-world complexities, etc.)

About CareMessage

CareMessage is a nonprofit organization using mobile technology to make underserved populations healthier. Healthcare organizations use CareMessage's patient engagement platform to remind, inform and educate over 1 million patients about primary care appointments, preventive care screenings, and disease self-management. Founded in 2012 at Stanford University, CareMessage has raised nearly $20 million from, William K. Bowes Jr. Foundation, Pershing Square Foundation, Y Combinator, the Draper Richards Kaplan Foundation, Echoing Green, and others in an effort to build technology to solve problems in healthcare. You can learn more about our team by visiting our profile on The Muse.

Recent Press:

  • Profile in Morgan Stanley's "Perspectives in Philanthropy" magazine

Growth and Impact:

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