Product Designer

<p>Material is a leading integrated marketing services company that leverages deep human understanding to help brands deliver material outcomes and experiences for their customers and the communities they serve. We build B2C and B2B brands from the insight out by providing a seamless journey that combines data and analytics, insights-led consulting, and experience activation into one integrated offering.</p>

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<strong>Material is a collaborative built from legendary practices across research, strategy, design, and brand building. Eleven pioneering companies united as one to solve wider, deeper, and more innovative challenges together.</strong><br /><br /><strong>We uncover what&rsquo;s important to people and create experiences that pull them in and open our worlds. We seek curious, experienced, and deeply empathetic humans to enrich our diverse teams of leaders and do-ers. Want in?</strong><br /> <h5>LRW | Kelton | T3 | Karma | Greenberg | Tonic | MotiveQuest | Salt Branding | Killer Visual Strategies | Strativity | Aruliden</h5>

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Overview: As a Product Designer on the Product Design team at T3, a Material company, you will play a pivotal role in our product design process. You&rsquo;ll be right in the mix as we develop the strategies, concepts, and designs of experiential platforms, apps, and websites. Our product designers are responsible for leading discovery workshops and design sprints, conducting iterative research, prototyping, presenting concepts to clients, and working in tandem with our in-house and client development teams. &nbsp; Our aim: create useful products that elevate brands at every interaction.
Responsibilities: Specifics: <ul> <li>You&rsquo;ll be responsible for the product vision from start to finish. You will keep client, customer, and product goals at the forefront of your conversations and work throughout the lifecycle of a project.</li> <li>You must have a strong point of view on what you are designing &ndash; its purpose, who it is for, why it matters &ndash; and be able to convincingly share your POV. Representing and speaking for design decisions will mean presenting both internally and to clients.</li> <li>Work alongside development teams in dual track sprints, making critical decisions to move development forward without compromising design intent.</li> </ul>
Requirements: Knowledge, Skills &amp; Experience: <ul> <li>You have a strong product design portfolio showing problem-solving acumen with previous work samples (workshops, workflows, sprint plans, user testing, wireframes, comps, prototypes). We want to see a diverse portfolio that exhibits excellent use of color, typography, and applied design principles.</li> </ul> <ul> <li>2+ years of product design experience at a digital agency, startup, or in a large client-side organization</li> <li>A point of view on product design that can be convincingly communicated to clients and internal teams. We want you to help us be better!</li> <li>&nbsp;Proven and repeated track record of successfully planning and leading design sprints</li> <li>Understanding of OS-specific guidelines, including Apple's Human Interface Guidelines and Android's Material Design, as well as Accessibility guidelines</li> <li>Deeply detail-oriented, but able to recognize when and how to think big picture</li> <li>Comfortable with standard tools of the trade (esp. Sketch, Adobe Suite, Figma, InVision, Miro, etc.) and able to learn new tools quickly</li> <li>Knowledge and application of user-centered design / human-centered design methodologies</li> <li>Proven experience with e-commerce, purchase paths, and transactional product design</li> <li>Experience with iterative prototyping and testing, and dual-track agile design/development</li> <li>A passion for your craft and the desire to work in a fun, free, and creative environment</li> </ul> Requirements: <ul> <li>A Bachelor&rsquo;s degree in Fine Arts, Graphic Design, Product Design, Industrial Design, Interaction&nbsp;Design, or Human-Computer Interaction required.</li> </ul>