Product Designer

Location: Los Angeles, CA

Type: Full Time

Min. Experience: Entry Level

Evite is seeking a Product Designer to join our dynamic and growing product team. Our ideal candidate cares deeply about designing consumer-centric digital products; is driven by an intense curiosity, and thrives in a highly iterative and collaborative environment. In this position, you’ll help define the product UI design for a range of Evite products across the screens, formats, and technologies used by millions of Evite hosts and guests each year. You’ll have the opportunity to work cross-functionally with product and technology to create beautifully crafted digital experiences, products, and product features. The Product Designer role is based in Los Angeles, and reports to the Head of Design.


Core Capabilities:

  • You’re able to synthesize complex UX problems and deliver highly refined UI design solutions.
  • You’re never satisfied with the first idea, and work iteratively on concepts, prototypes, and detailed UI informed by user research, marketplace and behavior trends, and your best ideas.
  • You understand that a given design solution may work well on mobile web but not within native apps, and are well versed in the specific capabilities and constraints of each platform.

Must Have Capabilities:

  • Communication: You're an eloquent speaker who can explain anything to everyone. You are also a clear and concise writer.
  • Critical Thinking: You love logic and data. Thinking strategically is your forte. You enjoy diagnosing complex problems and formulating plans of attack to resolve them. You enjoy an environment where everyone is encouraged to add value at the most strategic level.
  • Cultural Fit: You have a craving to fit in a fast-paced, high-integrity, low hand-holding environment.. EQ is as important as IQ. You want to help bring our "What If" philosophy to life.


Responsibilities & Requirements:

  • Design highly refined, consumer-centric UI solutions based upon product strategy and customer insights.
  • Effectively communicate your ideas and design rationale, both verbally and visually.
  • Apply industry knowledge, user-insights, data and analytics, and best practices to inform design decisions.
  • Obsess on the details and getting it right.
  • Experience designing across multiple screen types (Desktop, Mobile Web, native apps, etc.)
  • A self-starter who craves a fast-paced, high-integrity, low hand-holding environment (you’ll always be supported when needed)
  • A natural collaborator who feels at home within interdisciplinary teams tasked with creating great products. 
  • Inspire customers and teammates by consistently raising the design bar.
  • Expert level knowledge of design software and prototyping tools.
  • Fluency in graphic design, typography, and photography.
  • BFA/BA in Graphic Design, Interaction Design, a related field, or equivalent professional experience.
  • 2-3 years experience in consumer-centric Product UI Design  


Please include a link to your online portfolio with your application in order to be considered.

Evite, Inc. is committed to equal employment opportunity and values a diverse workforce. Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or perception, national origin, age, marital status, disability, veteran status, genetics or other legally protected characteristics.


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