Who are we
GetFeedback is a high growth San Francisco based SaaS company that is re-inventing how companies track and measure customer experience. Our world-class product team is looking for an incredibly talented product designer to help us solve hard UI problems, unbox complicated interactions and rework the navigation system for our web app. We are also the #1 platform for building modern surveys for the Salesforce ecosystem!
This is a unique opportunity to work directly with our fantastic product team and on the core GetFeedback web application.
Who are we looking for
We’re looking for a Head of Design to collaborate with Product Management and Engineering to help envision, design, and deliver GetFeedback’s future. The right person for our team is highly collaborative, likes to iterate quickly, and has a track record of delivering thoughtful and polished solutions to complex problems. If you care as much about pixel-perfection as you do about understanding the user and their goals, then we can’t wait to hear from you.
GetFeedback’s competitive edge has always been its intuitive user experience and modern UI -- not just for respondents who are taking surveys, but for our customers who are building surveys and using the results to fuel their businesses. Our Lead Product Designer will be responsible for helping us maintain and grow that competitive edge.
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What’s in it for you?
An opportunity to leave your mark on a world-class enterprise-grade-back-end, consumer-front-end application that is already punching well above its weight and loved by many of the largest and most exciting companies in the world.
A chance to test and hone your design chops as our team grows and we expand into challenging new product areas.
The freedom to jump in and start collaborating from day one with a nimble team of A-players developing against a modern, well-architected stack. We move fast, and we want you to too.
An exciting ride in a fast-growing company -- in a few years you’ll be able to say “I was at GetFeedback back when…”