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Sweet Baby Jason! it's a Freelance job

Freelance Freelance Product Designer. CommonBond. New York, NY, USA. BOOM! Nuff said.

About

CommonBond is looking for a Freelance Product Designer through the end of the year!!!

What you’ll do:
* Perform at all levels of the product design lifecycle, including research, concepts, wireframes, prototypes, pixel-perfect UI, documentation, and testing
* Turn challenging workflows into simple, usable, and human-centered experiences
* Practice lean design principles
* Proactively communicate your design decisions, and provide well-articulated feedback
* Collaborate closely with product managers, engineers, and stakeholders to deliver product experiences

Tools we use:
Figma, Webflow, Invision, Jira, Confluence, Optimizely, Heap, Fullstory.

Requirements:
* 3-4 years working as a product or UX/UI designer
* A portfolio demonstrating strong UI capabilities and best practices
* Ability to use data and research to craft solutions (qualitative and quantitative)
* Meticulous detail and care for design execution, from concept through delivery
* Experience building with frontend web technologies
* Fluency in relevant, modern design tools

Bonus:
Experience prototyping with Webflow.
Experience with experimentation tools like Optimizely, Heap, and Fullstory.

Company Links

Job Post Link

https://workingnotworking.com/unjobboard/8862-commonbond-freelance-product-designer

On-site required?

No

Experience

3-6 years

Skills

Design, Figma, Sketch, Usability Testing, User Interviews, User Research

Date Posted

May 12, 2021

Managed By

Cara Phillips

Fine Print

CommonBond is the award-winning finance company where people come first. Our approach is no big secret: lower rates, simpler options, and a world-class experience to support you throughout your student loan journey. Plus, every time we fund a degree we also pay for a child’s education in the developing world through our Social Promise. Since our launch in 2012, we’ve funded over $2 billion in student loans and we’ve helped our members save over $500 million.