Senior Product Designer (Design System)
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Collective Health is looking for designers to transform the way people experience healthcare. As a Senior Product Designer at Collective Health, focusing on the Design Language System, you’ll bring a system thinking approach to develop our visual and interaction design across all of our products and touchpoints.
You'll be working on designing, documenting, and implementing our design language system. Through collaborating with scrum teams to working side by side with a dedicated engineer - you’ll drive the development of a best in class design system.
You will work on:
- Imagining what an awesome healthcare experience should look like
- Creating a design language system that will be implemented across all surface areas
- Collaborating with engineers and designers to ensure that the design system is feasible and meets product needs
- Creating innovative and creative design solutions
- Setting the bar for high quality design and development for all of our products
- Participating in user research, both ethnographic and usability studies
If many or most of the following items apply to you, we'd love to talk:
- A desire to have a large impact
- An eye for detail and obsession with craft
- Experience in responsive and native mobile design
- Ability to design and document complex components
- A strong understanding of grid systems, composition, typography and color
- Confidence in user testing tools (and the knowledge to translate the results)
- 5-8 years professional experience designing user friendly products for web and mobile
Additional skills that are nice to have, but not required:
- Basic coding skills
- Motion/Animation prototyping
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