Product Designer

POSTED May 5th

San Francisco, CA

We want to eventually help tens of millions of students worldwide change their lives through data science education, and you’ll play a key role in helping us get there. We are looking for a versatile freelance Product Designer to help us work on redesigning a few key components of our product experience. You’ll work directly with our Student Experience team, a small team of 2 engineers and 1 Product Manager, to iteratively improve our onboarding, dashboard, and more.

Who Should Apply?

We’re seeking a freelance Product Designer who has a strong eye for visual design and enjoys creating rough and rich prototypes for web products. You’ll be responsible for redesigning our current on-boarding and perfecting our progress and agenda emails.

You must be passionate about learning, and enjoy iterating on existing design systems. We’re seeking a team player with strong collaboration and communication skills, who knows what it takes to thrive and produce in a remote and autonomous environment.

How You’ll Contribute:

  • Designing the information architecture, interactions, and visual design for specific components we’re redesigning.
  • Creating both wireflows and rich prototypes based on product requirements.
  • Editing layout of app mission / course pages to focus more on displaying our content.
  • Changing the layout of Dashboard components.
  • Redesign current onboarding to exist on a single page.
  • Redesign existing progress and agenda emails.


Must Have:

  • Deep experience in both UI and UX development.
  • Experience creating both rough and rich prototypes for web products.
  • Experience iterating on an existing design system.
  • An eye for visual design.
  • Experience with prototyping tools like InVision, Figma, and Balsamiq.

Nice To Have:

  • Passion for education and/or education technology.
  • Passion for or interest in data science.
  • Experience working with remote teams.

This is a part-time, contract position. We're seeking a freelance Product Designer who can commit to roughly 20 hours per week for the foreseeable future.