Frequence is a leader in local advertising sales automation and workflow software.
Our platform increases sales velocity by removing routine tasks and provides personalized multi-channel proposals and advertising insights. The improved workflow reduces operational costs, errors, and increases productivity and campaign performance. Frequence was recongized by Bay Area News Group as a Top Workplaces copmany for 2020.
As a UI Designer, you will work with Product Management, Engineering, Business, and clients to push boundaries, build great products, and solve customer problems.
Candidates should show an impressive background with interface design, as well as interest and consideration for experience, and user-centered design. This role will be heavily focused on UI, but there will also be significant opportunities to contribute to our UX practice.
BA or BS in Human-Computer Interaction or related field, boot camps, projects, or work experience (PS)
Confident knowledge of design applications like Sketch, Figma, and Adobe XD
Experience creating design system files while applying Atomic design principles
Communicative and collaborative team-oriented worker
A readily available portfolio
Must be able to:
Understand technical feasibilities and compromise with Engineering on design decisions while advocating for users
Own designs end-to-end from lofi to hifi and post-release
Consider edge cases and validations when designing
Quickly visualize and iterate on designs from business requirements
Keep up with current design trends and constantly apply them to designs
Openly accept criticism and apply learnings to improve processes and designs
Nice to haves:
++ 2-3 years of experience designing UIs with some exposure to UX
+ Experience designing full end-to-end experiences
+ Experience designing and working with SaaS or PaaS
+ Experience designing analytics dashboards
+ Agile/Scrum/Jira experience
++ Experience designing for desktop resolutions
++ Front-end coding language knowledge like HTML/CSS/JS
+ Basic back-end coding knowledge