About our team
At Move-in-Sync, we are redefining office commute. Our work makes workdays better for about 2 Lac users every day, while we save millions of dollars for our clients and thousands of trees for the posterity.
Next up, our focus is to scale international and reach millions of users directly through our B2C office commute product.
Other than an amazing product and team to work for, employees get ample opportunities to explore and grow in their professional area of interest. And those usual perks like
free food (all day)
health insurance for family
flexible work hours
generous leave policy
About the Role
As a UX Designer on the Move-in-Sync B2C team, you'll take on interaction and service design challenges, and you'll work on big new ideas that will transform how people commute to work.
You'll collaborate with design-oriented engineers, product managers in a fast-paced, rapidly growing environment. You'll make magic by crafting and shipping delightful experiences for commuters around the country.
What You'll Do
Own design problems end to end, from initial concept through shipping and beyond
Create wireframes and prototypes to solve difficult UX problems
Obsess over the details of visual and motion design
Design systems to make simple, elegant experiences
Work with product to define requirements, not just translate them to design
Identify future opportunities, working as a key thought partner to your counterparts in product, engineering, and ops
Conduct researches to better understand the needs of our customers
Collaborate with engineers to build your amazing designs
Ship, measure, and improve your designs based on quantitative and qualitative feedback
Brainstorm and iterate with your design colleagues to help raise the bar on commuter experience
What you will need
Experience as a UX / product designer - at least 3 years but potentially much more
Ability to solve complex design problems
A portfolio showing your high quality, thoughtful UX and UI work
Effective prototyping skills
A track record of shipping great design, and an understanding of what details matter at each stage of the release cycle
Comprehensive knowledge of mobile design patterns (and when to break them)
Demonstrates understanding of service design / systems thinking and integrating products / services across a platform
Be a collaborative team player