Ritual is a new kind of health brand. We believe in simplicity, traceability, and ingredients that work best in the body. We challenged some of the top scientists to dream up the perfect daily vitamin for women; the result is everything we think a vitamin should be. We're going where no vitamin nor e-com has gone before, and your design chops will help us get there.
As a Product Designer, you’ll:
- Design, design, design. You'll work closely with the Design Lead to design the solutions, features, iterations, tests, and delightful moments that will take Ritual to the next stage.
- Help synthesize user research from on-site A/B testing to email surveys to in- person beta testing. Work collaboritively with the Design team and others including Product, Marketing, Engineering, and Customer Experience.
- Continually explore new design trends, themes, best practices, and patterns across all platforms– then determine how those should (or shouldn't) be implemented into the Ritual experience.
- Always advocate for the user's needs.
Who you are:
- A Designer. You have an eye for color, typography, icons, use of space, and visual hierarchy. You excel in an agile environment, taking in primary and secondary research to inform deliberate design decisions.
- Tool Agnostic. Photoshop? Illustrator? Pixelmator? Sketch? Figma? InVision? Zeplin? Sure you have preferences in order to be efficient, but you care more about what you're making than what you're using to make it.
- Communicator. You understand the importance of being able to both brainstorm with the wider team as well as articulate your individual design decisions. You’re all about efficiency and are able to work in a fast-paced environment and rely on strong communication skills to keep on task and flag project inconsistencies.
- Problem Solver. Your solutions take creative perspectives and new angles towards problems that guide the user every step of the way to solve real problems. You’re able to step in and think through design flows, accounting for different states and their system-wide implications.
- Current. You keep your finger on the pulse of design. You're constantly seeking ways to create useful, usable, and delightful new experiences as well as innovate our existing presence.
- Up For A Challenge. You believe that just because something is difficult that it is not a reason for not doing it. In fact, that might be validation that it is worth doing, right?