UX/UI Designer for amazing start-up

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It's rare to find a mission-based, for-profit company that is well-funded and truly a start-up (10 or so people). If you are a UI/UX Designer and want to take your career to the next level, this is a great opportunity to be our Metro Boston, MA client's first hire in this function. You will report directly to the CEO and work collaboratively with the rest of the team.

The UX/UI designer will take the lead in designing across all platforms with the goal of creating an unparalleled user experience. Experience designing for mobile apps and desktop are top priorities but you will also work on designs for tablets, and mobile web. If you have built native mobile apps from the ground up, that would be a huge bonus! The main site is due for a refresh soon and you will play a pivotal role in that, too. You will work closely with the head of product development so you'll be able to influence product direction.

More about you ....
Have experience designing for consumer audiences - and are passionate about creating exceptional experience for those using your product
Strive to create interfaces that are elegant, simple and clean
Work at a rapid pace and thrive in an environment where others move fast
When priorities shift or direction changes, you go with the flow
Have an amazing online portfolio of work samples that you would be proud to show
Like to be challenged with new technologies - constantly want to up your game

This role is right for you if you
Have 3+ years of work experience UX/UI design, a majority of which has been for a consumer audience
Have both desktop UX/UI design experience where you have launched key user features as well as mobile native app design experience
And speaking of apps, you have led or played a significant role on a standalone app project where it is live in an app store (and if so, how many times a day do you check user ratings?)
Are tired of being one of several/many - you want to be THE ONE go-to-person. And you have the confidence to take the leap

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