Location: San FranciscoDIRECTOR OF DESIGN
Contact: Send an Email
Contact: Send an Email
At Mango Health, we believe design is essential to empowering patients and elevating the healthcare experience. Design at Mango Health is an iterative process, involving close collaboration with not only product managers and engineers, but also marketing and sales teams. Beyond internal stakeholders, insights from our users play a key role in shaping our design process as well. Read how we feel about designing in healthcare on Medium, and see how we’re making an impact in John Maeda’s Design in Tech 2016 report (p. 34).
Mango Health is at an exciting stage of growth, and we are looking for a Director of Design to join our team. If you are an experienced product designer with depth in visual design and user experience, we’d love to talk!
Own the future design of our enterprise and consumer products from initial conception to implementation
Design new features and suggest continuous improvements to existing ones
Create rapid prototypes and conduct user research to drive enhancements in usability and delight
Work across sales, marketing, product, and engineering to design innovative solutions for connecting health industry partners to their patients
Foster design thinking and iterative processes within our company culture as we scale our design team
7+ years of experience in designing beautiful and satisfying mobile interactions, on both Android and iOS platforms. You know the Android Material Design principles and iOS HIG inside and out.
You have strong leadership skills, and you excel at communicating clearly. You can confidently and gracefully conduct a critique of your own work and the work of others.
Your portfolio is diverse and thoughtful, exhibiting excellence in visual production, information architecture, compelling UX, and attention to detail.
You are able to prototype and iterate quickly, including giving and receiving feedback constructively.
You have a strong design foundation (color theory, typography, composition, etc.) from earning a visual arts degree or equivalent experience.
You’re curious about human behavior, and you have experience conducting user research via A/B testing, interviews, focus groups, card sorts, etc.
You have an educational background in HCI (Human Computer Interaction).
You are execution-oriented, and you’ve worked on teams with SCRUM or Agile processes.
Your portfolio includes design for wearables or other mobile health projects.
To apply, send your resume and relevant work samples to contact mail.