Senior UX/UI Designer
CommonBond is building the leading values-driven, customer-centric financial services company and is looking for people who want to help our company grow. Our mission starts by tackling the broken student lending market and changing the way people think about student loans. We accomplish this with lower interest rates for our borrowers, a state-of-the art technology platform, and high-touch customer service. Additionally, our 1-for-1 model is the first of its kind in financial services: for every degree fully funded on the CommonBond platform, we fund the education of a child in need for a full year through a partnership with Pencils of Promise. We are backed by great investors, have a killer team, and are growing rapidly!
- 5-7yrs of experience
- Experience identifying opportunities for and rigorously documenting user research and usability tests, then translating insights into thoughtfully designed solutions
- A history of bias towards action. Just getting things done.
- The ability to leverage lower fidelities for rapid ideation and iteration through sketching and prototyping
- Experience distilling complex systems into cogent user flows and wireframes
- Experience designing responsive applications across desktop, tablet, and mobile
- A desire to work cross-functionally, incorporating the expertise of diverse stakeholders into design solutions
- A high level of effective communication (verbal, written, and visual)
- The ability to contribute to and maintain a consistent style guide
- A portfolio that demonstrates a high level of craft, including clean, simple, and intuitive visual designs and interaction patterns
- Tools: Balsamiq, Sketch, Adobe Creative Suite, InVision, Framer, Zeplin
- Experience working at a startup
- Experience working in Fin/Tech
- Experience with interaction or motion design
- Experience with data analytics
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