About the role:
HealthTap is seeking a dynamic, passionate, and thoughtful Product Designer to build on an award-winning product that’s defining the first design system in health. This role is crucial to the product and requires someone with solid knowledge and experience in product, UX, UI, and graphic design. To thrive in this role, you must love people, value autonomy, and be highly collaborative. You must also be solutions-oriented and resourceful with the ability to analyze relevant data to create beautiful experiences. Your designs must breathe simplicity and clarity, and deliver ease of use to healthcare—a field filled with complexity, confusion, and uncertainty.
- A hands-on approach to work
- Experience delivering mobile and responsive designs
- Strong end-to-end skill set (research + UIUX + visual design)
- The ability to translate insights from usability studies and metrics into meaningful action
- An entrepreneurial self-starter who relishes a collaborative “one team” approach
- Inspired by new challenges, creative problem-solving, and designing innovative user experiences
- Use best practices while exploring/pushing boundaries that elevate the design
- Expert skill level with tools for design, prototyping, and research
- Experience and ability to succeed in a deadline-oriented, fast-paced environment—startup experience a plus
Qualities and characteristics:
- A proven track record as a Product Designer with at least three years experience
- An excellent portfolio of distinctive work in product design
- Excellent written and communication skills
- Embraces designing for emerging technologies and new forms of interactive communication
- Highly passionate about the experience and equally compassionate about the user
- Fearlessly creative, and relentlessly attentive to detail
How to apply:
Submit a cover letter, resume, and design portfolio that showcases past work.
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