Public Goods is building a destination for consumers who care about their impact. We’re looking for kind, mission-driven people who want to work with high-performing and highly collaborative teams — people who want to make a visible impact on the company and, ultimately, the world. We’re growing fast and have investors who’ve backed category-defining businesses such as Peloton, Kickstarter, and Etsy.
Sustainability is a huge deal for us. Our environmental initiatives run deep and go beyond our successful tree-planting program. We donate to food banks, partner with leaders in the fight against deforestation and hunger, design products with smaller carbon footprints, and carbon offset 100% of orders.
The Public Goods is looking for a seasoned UX/UI Designer to help design the evolution of our digital portfolio to a best-in-class e-commerce experience. In this role you have an opportunity to work in the D2C e-commerce, B2B, and sustainability spaces as you create innovative experiences.
You will think deeply and strategically, execute high-quality design work, and have the opportunity to create an impact on the product. E-commerce is an essential part of our business and you will drive the product’s design and approach on features and services. This position reports to the Creative Director and works closely with the Director of Product Management.
What you’ll do:
Lead digital visual design at Public Goods, focusing primarily experience.
Research and design to produce high-fidelity mockups of web pages and components.
Contribute to UX process and workflow, and work closely with a cross-functional team to build and ship designs.
Produce high-quality creative solutions to complex problems based on research and goals.
Create clear user flows, wireframes, and prototypes for user interfaces.
Plan and lead design sessions to generate ideas or feedback.
Co-write, facilitate, and analyze user research.
Work from, evolve and define our existing design system.
Apply a high level of craft and attention to detail to ensure final designs deliver on intended experience and function.
Partner closely with developers on a day-to-day basis to build designs.
Partner with writers to ensure all UI copy meets brand standards.
Work at both a detailed design level and a strategic level to influence the product roadmap.
Balance advocating for the user in projects with protecting the brand’s aesthetic.
What you’ll bring:
A portfolio full of beautiful product design, with a focus on websites and e-commerce.
Demonstrated experience in end-to-end user experience processes and workflows, including user journeys, task analysis, information architecture, wireframing, prototyping, and evaluative research methods.
A high level of visual design craftsmanship with a disciplined understanding of typography, iconography and layout.
Exceptional use of design artifacts to effectively build alignment, communicate ideas, and deliver an experience.
Experience delivering consumer facing design projects, with requirements from a variety of stakeholders.
Strong understanding of interaction patterns, accessibility, and best practices for user interface design.
Who you are:
You love solving problems, it makes you feel alive.
Change is a constant and you tend to ride with the waves of it.
Ambiguity doesn’t bother you; you are naturally curious.
You enjoy laughing, life is funny, work is no exception.
You respect the earth and people; doing good in the world is a core Public Goods value.
BA/BS degree in UX and/or product/service design and/or visual design or equivalent experience.
5+ years of digital design working experience is required.
A portfolio of work experience using visual design to drive customer conversion and acquisition in a D2C environment.
Fluent in modern design tools such as Adobe CS, Sketch and Figma.
Thrive in a fast-paced environment by being self-motivated and passionate to deliver high-quality projects on time.
Ability to work within EST timezone business hours.
What we offer:
Competitive compensation package salary + equity.
100% covered Medical/Dental/Vision/telemedicine services for employees.
A free Public Goods membership and a $50 monthly credit.
$25 monthly book credit.