, democratising audio/video content creation at scale.
Spext had its inception in UC Berkeley and backed by top silicon valley VCs and Strategic Angel Investors. Building remotely from India for a global customer base, founders have previously built award winning products and scaled to millions of users.
For a product innovating and challenging the fundamentals of media editing, a great user interface is everything. We are looking for a product designer who has passion for developing great user experience. Someone who cares about design, user experience and understand the value of smaller details and interested in building high quality product.
Gather and evaluate user requirements in collaboration with founders and engineers.
Drive conceptualisation and ideation, user flow design, detailed interaction design, and prototyping.
Illustrate design ideas using user journey boards, process flows and sitemaps.
Build and design high fidelity wireframes
Design simple & elegant UI
Hand off final UI designs to developers
Iterate designs based on user feedback
3+ years of work experience as a UI Designer or similar role
Exceptional aesthetic taste
Portfolio of past design projects
Knowledge of design tools (e.g. Advanced Figma; Additional: Adobe XD, Sketch, Adobe Photoshop & Illustrator, Principle, After Effects)
Basic knowledge and understanding of HTML5 & CSS
Team spirit; strong communication skills to collaborate with various stakeholders
Bonus points for:
Experience prototyping with AfterEffects
UX writing skills and knowledge of persuasive design principles
Systems thinking and demonstrable ability to translate complex problems into a simple and intuitive user experience
Sense of humour 🤗
Location: Our team works remotely and our team is excited to consider candidates globally. However, our engineering team is based in India (GMT+5:30) and this role requires frequent interaction with them. So, this will affect your work hours. You will start as soon as possible.
Interested? Please shoot an email to email@example.com with your portfolio.
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