At Chorus.ai, we have pioneered the Conversation Cloud and are helping top revenue teams understand their business conversations at scale.
We are a fast-growing, venture-backed, San Francisco, CA-based startup. Interface with top companies and help them achieve success on a daily basis.
- We have raised over $20M from Emergence Capital and Redpoint Ventures.
- Our customers include Adobe, AdRoll, Outreach, Qualtrics, Procore, Drift and many more world-class brands.
Location: San Francisco, CA
**REQUIRED: Include portfolio link in your application submission. Applications without portfolios will not be considered**
The Chorus design team is responsible for working with our product managers to identify problems and use cases, creating cross-functional design sessions, and providing design solutions to Chorus’s biggest challenges.
WHAT YOU'LL DO:
- Work closely with product, engineering, and the rest of the design team to create impactful, metrics-driven solutions. You'll see these solutions through from concept to implementation and beyond.
- Be a constant champion for the user in every aspect of your work.
- Present your work to other designers, team members, and stakeholders for feedback and to gain buy in.
- Work within our design system while contributing to its expansion and maintenance
WHAT WE LOOK FOR:
- You have 2-4 years experience as a product designer
- You have a strong portfolio with case studies showing how you've approached problem solving utilizing a user-centered process
- You have experience designing for webapps (Enterprise/SAAS webapps is preferred)
- You have hands-on experience and feel confident creating userflows, wireframes, prototypes, and high fidelity designs within an established design system
- Experience and confidence with Sketch and Invision (Abstract App, Adobe products, and any other prototyping tools are a bonus)
- Understanding of the capabilities and limitations of front end languages (HTML5, CSS3, JS)
- Experience and passion advocating for users while problem solving
- Experience and confidence problem solving on a white board in a group setting while receiving constructive criticism