Salary Range: $90k-$120k + Equity
Crowdcast is the online events platform made for businesses, creators and people at large to bring their communities together. We've experienced massive growth as people all over the world have moved their events online.
Every month, millions of people attend events ranging from Q&As to workshops, live shows, meet-ups, webinars, online concerts, & online summits. Our customers range from big companies like Adobe, IBM, Twilio, & HP to individual creators like MIA, Amanda Palmer, System of a Down & Jacob Collier.
We strongly believe technology should be used to bring people together. We're empowering people to share their ideas at scale, build communities, and make a living in the process.
We are a profitable, remote-first, and long-term-thinking company. You could say we're a zebra company.
As a Product Designer at Crowdcast, you're a thought-leader in the organization. You are excited to find elegant solutions for complex problems, value being empathetic with a curious mind, and always strive to learn more. You also understand the importance of equitable, accessible, usable, and ethical design.
You know that the little details matter and you are on a mission to create the best possible user experience for all people. You're a hands-on maker that strives for innovation, collaboration, and excellence.
The Product Designer position is an individual contributor role that will report directly to our CEO. You will be responsible for leading the creation of a visually appealing and inclusive user interface for both our web and mobile applications. You are excited to solve the challenge of creating an interactive live video platform that is easy to use and can scale to millions of users.
Success in this role is defined by the quality of the user experience. This includes the impact, accessibility, ease of use, and beauty of the final product.
We strongly encourage people from underrepresented groups to apply.
Crowdcast is an equal opportunity employer. We value and celebrate how you identify, who you love, the color of your skin, your age (at heart and on paper), the gods you do or don't believe in, and every other belief and characteristic that makes you uniquely YOU. The more inclusive we are, the better we'll be as a team—and the better we'll be able to create an inclusive product for all.