Marketing Designer User Interviews
Graphic DesignRemote2 months ago
User Interviews is looking for a designer to join our small but mighty marketing team. In this role you'll be our first designer on the marketing team! You'll focus on designing for our marketing website, helping us establish a visual brand, creating marketing assets like content pdfs, display ads, and physical swag.
A few key skills:
-Great communicator and team player. Ability to understand stakeholder goals and deliver an exciting design concept that meets them. You'll work closely with our entire marketing team: lifecycle, growth, product marketing, and content.
-Very adept with modern design tools like Figma + whatever you like to work with (Adobe cloud, Procreate, Sketch, etc).
-Design POV and ability to create an ownable, differentiated style. Great if you have illustration experience.
-Proficient understanding of HTML / CSS – you do not need to a be a front-end developer or "push to production" by any means. But we do want someone who can understand Webflow on a deep level
-Webflow expert, or near expert. Our marketing website, including our blog and all content, are built on Webflow. We need someone to really own our marketing website from a design and performance perspective (ie make it faster), ensure we have visual consistency across the entire site, etc.
We’re a fully remote team (even in the before times). We are proactive about staying close to each other despite not sharing the same physical space. Remote culture is real and we care about it – a lot. Read more on our blog. https://www.userinterviews.com/category/culture-remote-life
We’re very pro-feedback. From our users, of course. But also from each other. We hold company wide retros to make sure we’re always improving and everyone has a place to voice their feedback.
-Competitive salary – $75k to 95k annually
-An equity stake in the company
-100% premium-covered healthcare + dental + vision coverage for you
-PTO, holidays, and floating holidays
-Flexible, paid parental leave
-Flexibility in when / where / how you work
-1 or 2 company retreats per year (you know, when we are allowed to travel and be in large groups again...)
-Equipment and office setup budget
- Learning and development budget
-401(k) employer contribution