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Senior Product Designer
Cloud Security
Confirmed live in the last 24 hours
Locations
San Francisco, CA, USA
Experience Level
Entry
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Desired Skills
Atlassian
JIRA
Management
Research
UI/UX Design
Requirements
  • Product Designers at Atlassian are responsible for the complete user experience, from early-stage research and ideation, through implementation and iteration based on key success metrics. We challenge each other constantly and ask hard questions
  • You can be assured that you will join a smart team passionate about creating the best user experience possible and committed to delivering what users need to feel connected with our products
Responsibilities
  • Work on designing the core user experiences for Cloud Security, an integral part of our Enterprise platform
  • Facilitate workshops with designers, engineers, product managers and customers for potential solutions to the identified problems in the most effective way
  • Design experiences that make complex tasks simple for our users
  • Partner closely with other product teams, Product Designers, Product Managers, Engineering & Program Management
  • Join a high-performing team at the forefront of empowering team collaboration
  • 6+ years hands-on professional experience as a UX Designer or Product Designer
  • Work across the entire end-to-end design process, from very early-stage research and ideation to iteration and implementation
  • A passion for design thinking methods with a deep understanding and a high degree of empathy for the people who experience your work
  • Anticipate design problems and decisions and recommends alternatives
  • Show solid research knowledge, i.e. you can define what user research needs to be done (and you're excited to do some yourself) and use existing research findings in your work
  • Be comfortable in facilitation, communication and collaboration abilities. Have a flexible and friendly approach to working with teams, and the attitude to always strive for the best outcomes
  • Work alongside a fellow designer, product manager and engineers to optimize the experience for how customers interact with Jira experiences
  • Bonus points for experience using Service Design as a means of improving end-to-end experiences
Atlassian

5,001-10,000 employees

Software tools for development & project management
Company Overview
Atlassian's mission is to help unleash the potential of every team. The company operates software tools – JIRA, BitBucket, Trello, and more – for team and project management.
Benefits
  • Health insurance
  • Vision insurance
  • Dental insurance
  • Life insurance
  • Flexible or health savings accounts
  • Short-term disability insurance
  • Long-term disability insurance
  • Retirement savings plans
  • Paid time off
  • Catered lunches, wellness reimbursements, onsite fitness
Company Core Values
  • Open company, no bullshit - Openness is root level for us. Information is open internally by default and sharing is a first principle. And we understand that speaking your mind requires equal parts brains (what to say), thoughtfulness (when to say it), and caring (how it’s said)
  • Build with heart and balance - “Measure twice, cut once.” Whether you're building a birdhouse or a business, this is good advice. Passion and urgency infuse everything we do, alongside the wisdom to consider options fully and with care. Then we make the cut, and we get to work
  • Don’t #@!% the customer - Customers are our lifeblood. Without happy customers, we’re doomed. So considering the customer perspective - collectively, not just a handful - comes first
  • Play, as a team - We spend a huge amount of our time at work. So the more that time doesn’t feel like “work,” the better. We can be serious, without taking ourselves too seriously. We strive to put what’s right for the team first – whether in a meeting room or on a football pitch
  • Be the change you seek - All Atlassians should have the courage and resourcefulness to spark change – to make better our products, our people, our place. Continuous improvement is a shared responsibility. Action is an independent one