User Experience Designer

Location: San Francisco, CA Posted: Aug 7

Job Description

Mozilla is a community of engineers, designers, makers and problem solvers. We work in the fishbowl known as open source, with a clear focus on making the web better. We are currently hiring a UX designer in our Portland or San Francisco location. Working with us, you’ll help build amazing products and experiences and help us tell our story to a growing audience. Mozilla isn’t just a great place to work. It’s an experience you’ll carry with you throughout your career. From the passionate people you’ll learn from, to the chances you’ll have to make the web a better place, your time with Mozilla will be unlike any other. To be part of the team, we ask that you be awesome, intelligent, and proud to be moving the mission forward.

The Role:
Initially, this role will focus on our Firefox marketing experience and work with the teams responsible for acquiring new users, retaining those users, and fully engaging them with the brand. The integrated teams, composed of writers, UX and UI designers, growth strategists, product marketers, and analytics and SEO specialists, work harmoniously and iteratively in agile sprints to concept, design and build innovative user experiences that communicate rich content to Mozilla and Firefox users and drive engagement. It’s a dynamic and exciting team to be a part of.

You are:
A smart and passionate UX designer who asks questions, is interested in data and research and wants to create user-centered experiences. You are able to think on a macro and a micro level, and make decisions that support end-to-end user journey. You look for new ways to increase experience customization and shape the overall user engagement. You have experience designing and shipping rich consumer facing experiences. You’re enthusiastic about how things work and interact, and in creating a visually cohesive and well designed experience.

You will:
Work closely with the business lead to help identify key priorities and marketing opportunities based on user insights
Apply conceptual thinking to create desirable and feasible multi-platform digital solutions, combining user needs, business objectives and technical realities
Apply user-centered design methodologies to ensure ideas are based on customer needs.
Create wireframes and build prototypes to illustrate concepts and work closely with developers to build out experiences.
Look for innovative ways to create experiences that support user engagement and retention.
Use a variety of methods to convey ideas and concepts (e.g. storyboards, wireframes, prototypes, etc.)
Iterate quickly and provide options to external partners. Advocate for the importance of user centered design and consumer quality experiences on the team and within the greater organization.
Your Professional Profile
Passion to design excellent experiences for humans
+5 years of professional experience in experience design
Strong portfolio of interaction design and visual design
Ability to rapidly conceive, visualize and iterate design solutions
Excellent communication skills
Bachelor’s degree in Graphic Design, Experience Design, Interaction Design or related field (or equivalent experience)
Experience designing and shipping end to end consumer experiences

Knowledge of user research
Experience with user retention and membership work
Multi-disciplinary, always-learning mindset
Experience in working on a distributed team

About Mozilla
Mozilla exists to build the Internet as a public resource accessible to all because we believe open and free is better than closed and controlled. Join us to work on products that promote choice and transparency and give people more control over their lives online. Mozilla is committed to Equal Employment Opportunity throughout our recruiting and hiring process and is dedicated to increasing diversity in our workplace.

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NOTE: International candidates must hold a valid US working permit.

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