Do you dream of being a part of a truly design-driven company? One where the whole team participates in user testing monthly, cares about the user experience from the beginning, looks forward to nailing the details, and thinks in terms of solving problems instead of shipping features?

Teams like this are hard to find, but Appcues is one of them. We believe design is a true driving force in our success. As our UI designer, you'll work with the product design team to advance the visual style, form, and function of our multifaceted user interfaces.

Why multifaceted? The Appcues platform is used by hundreds of teams, and the embedded UIs our customers build are viewed by millions of users per month. Our success depends upon the quality of design we're able to help our customers achieve, and that's why we need you. You'll also work directly on the design of our own customer platform for creating and managing Appcues experiences—a whole other kind of fun.

Based on these complex challenges, we're looking for someone who has diverse experience designing UIs for web products and component systems, who’s also at ease participating in user testing and broader product discussions. You'll collaborate directly with our team of engineers—a great group hailing from companies like HubSpot, PayPal, BOSE and MIT Media Lab—to help them make a consistent and high-quality UI.

You will…

  • Mainly work with tools like Sketch, InVision, Illustrator, and HTML & CSS (your call)
  • Own the component library and UI patterns: you're the go-to for our core style and function
  • Be a part of a design and product team that collaborates on problems together
  • Participate directly in user testing to get direct feedback on what you make

You may be a great fit if you…

  • Have 3 or more years of experience designing beautiful UIs for great products
  • Have a strong visual design style and are passionate about typography, layout systems, patterns, and interaction details
  • Love talking to users to help you understand problems and make good UI decisions
  • Feel at least a little embarrassed by your past work (you’re always improving)