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Product Designer

February 27, 2020
Job Role

We’re looking for a Product Designer to tackle complex problems in a collaborative way.

You’ll team up with other designers in a fast-paced, customer-focused startup. You’ll engage with cross-functional teams that include designers, devs, QA, engineers, data scientists, and product managers.

Are you passionate about digital applications? Do you empathize with users humans? Do you believe that design starts with defining the problem?

If so, we’d love to see your portfolio.

Job Responsibilities
  • Work with design leadership to craft, refine, implement, and communicate design vision and strategy across the organization.
  • Spin yarns. Effectively communicate and evangelize design thinking throughout the organization with compelling storytelling.
  • Champion empathy for people who use Typeform. Let their needs guide us to the best solutions and inform the product roadmap.
  • Collaborate closely with product, business, data and engineering partners in an Agile environment. Deliver innovative design experiences to our customers at each stage of their journey.
  • Work closely with your team and other designers in defining, designing and iterating on product features.
  • Ensure the delivery of a consistent user experience across the product.
  • Take ownership of your work and responsibility for every last detail, every step of the way.
  • Executive in a fast-paced environment with ambiguity.
  • Invest in design standards, documentation, and processes alongside your team members to further our design practices.

Job Requirements
  • You have at least 5 years of experience designing many consumer products and using emerging technologies for web, mobile, and other devices.
  • You find and craft elegant but practical solutions to design challenges.
  • You have a broad range of skills with strengths in interaction and visual product design.  On the interaction side your skills might include information architecture, journeys, flows, motion, prototyping, and systems-level thinking.
  • You champion user-centered design principles and methodologies.
  • You can grow design practices to deliver a unified product, from concept to implementation.
  • You’re energized by hands-on work—sketching concepts, defining flows, building prototypes, or polishing final designs.
  • You have the communication skills to help set up frameworks and make strategy come to life.
  • You’re constantly looking to hone your design instinct through user feedback, user research, contextual interviews, and competitive/analogous research.
  • You’re proactive, creative, adaptable, and collaborative. You love wrestling with problems (figuratively—no leotards here ‘till Halloween).  
  • You quickly create a range of engaging, elegant, easy-to-use, and technically-feasible ideas.
  • You can show us a portfolio showcasing an appetite for designs that push boundaries and take risks.
  • You have a degree in design or comparable on-the-job experience.
  • You’re fluent in English. English is our working language.


Typeform was founded when two designers spotted a problem and engaged their natural curiosity to solve it.

Now, we look to design the future of data collection. Will it be voice? More chatbots? The revival of fax? Whatever it is, we’ll stay true to our design culture—and put customers first.  

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