We’re searching for a data-driven, customer-focused senior product designer to help us attract and retain HubSpot customers. In this role, you’ll harness the power of experimentation to create a high-impact design strategy for the Growth Monetization product team. Along the way, you’ll partner closely with product managers, engineers, analysts, researchers, and content designers, as well as stakeholders from across the company, to achieve high-level business and customer goals.
THE PROBLEMS YOU’D WORK ON
On Growth Monetization, we use a hybrid model for product-led growth with freemium features, free trials, and pricing pages to help current and prospective customers evaluate which HubSpot plan is right for them. In this role specifically, you’ll be responsible for the paywalls and upgrade points throughout the product, using customer data and experimentation to create a holistic strategy around when these upgrade points appear, what design patterns they use, what they message to customers, and more. Through it all, you’ll help create an upgrade strategy that helps our customers make the most of HubSpot, while also aligning to high-level business goals.
- Demonstrate and champion UX quality, using design heuristics and patterns from our design system
- Use qualitative and quantitative data, as well as thoughtful experimentation, to create a design strategy that spans multiple product areas
- Move quickly, be flexible, and build strong and compelling user journeys, information architecture, and interaction and visual designs
- Lead usability testing and empathy sessions to understand the core needs of our customers
- Proactively gather quantitative data to better understand customer behavior and how it impacts overall UX strategy
- Clearly communicate UX strategy to stakeholders from across the business, educating them on user problems and design process
- Build strong relationships across the organization, partnering with your cross-product design team, engineering, product management, and the broader business
- Act as a thought leader to help UX leadership expand organizational UX strategy and vision
- Influence leadership and help them understand the impact and vision of design
Top Candidates Will Have
- Experience creating an experimentation strategy and using data to craft a results-driven, customer-focused UX vision
- Understanding of how to gather, analyze, and interpret quantitative data
- Experience conducting and interpreting user research, as well as a strong understanding of how to use results to drive a design strategy
- Ability to act as a self-starter, proactively using UX frameworks and data to manage ambiguity and provide a clear path toward achieving the highest-impact customer and business goals
- Strong communication and collaboration skills, as well as experience working with stakeholders from across an organization to establish objectives, set high-level strategies, and advocate for the user
- Strong visual design skills, including experience creating and adhering to design patterns, as well as the proven ability to create simple, elegant, and accessible solutions for complex problems
- A developed sense for how to balance speed, quality, and consistency of design
- Ability to provide and encourage thoughtful feedback on designs, as well as identify overlaps and efficiencies between team members’ work
- Ability to deliver clear, direct, and actionable feedback without shying away from difficult conversations when there’s friction or uncertainty
- Understanding of how to foster team health and bring a sense of mission to your group and the broader UX team by creating a safe space for DI&B discussions
- Experience working on a Growth team is a plus
HOW DO WE DESIGN? Learn more about our Design Philosophy: Design System Article
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