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Location: Remote or Durham, NC
Wrangle is on a mission to change how companies are run. Over 500 organizations are already using our no-code workflow builder to automate their business processes and approvals — right in Slack.
As our first designer, you get the chance to design this product from the ground up. You'll be reporting directly to the founders.
You'll work on both of our user interfaces (in Slack and on the web).
What you'll do
- Design the UI of our product, influence its direction, and work with an amazing, small, cross-functional team.
- Make our product look visually stunning and well organized.
- Help the founders get to product-market fit by systematically testing hypotheses around personas, jobs-to-be-done, and the product itself.
- Think deeply about the future of work and no-code. We're building a new way to run your company, like a hybrid of AirTable, Trello, and Zendesk.
- See Wrangle through the eyes of our customers, focusing on both ease-of-learning and on enabling the most powerful users.
- Test the usability of our product continuously with real users.
- If interested, work on the branding and website of Wrangle.
Who you are
- 2+ years of industry experience with modern web product design, especially B2B products. Bonus points if you have deep knowledge of no-code tools like Airtable, Zapier, etc.
- You know how to understand user requirements and their feedback and place that at the forefront of how you design.
- You get that things first have to be usable first, before you make it pretty.
- You know how to design the full user paths of your features, including all of the data fetching, error, and empty states.
- You know how to work with engineers and product managers to ship real, practical products.
- You know how to build a design system. Bonus points if you know how to get your hands dirty in code to deliver it.
What we offer
- Flexible, remote-first culture that optimizes for balance and productivity, not butts-in-seats.
- The opportunity to learn how to build a startup with direct mentoring from serial entrepreneurs: fundraising, finding product-market fit, and growing a team.
- Meaningful equity options — you're getting in before the Series A!
- The equipment you need for working from home (whether full-time remote or not, we want you to be able to work where you need to be for your life/family): Macbook, monitor, high-quality web cam, high-quality microphone.
- Great medical benefits for you and your family.
- 12 weeks of parental leave.
- Flexible and generous time-off and sick benefits.
Most companies have values on a wall somewhere, but no one pays much attention to them. Values should give a team guidance on how to make choices when facing uncertainty. Here is how we make choices while building Wrangle the company:
Less Meetings, More Thoughtfulness
We love to talk with our co-workers, but hard strategy choices require thoughtful, written communication. Meetings and Slack channels don’t often allow for considered discussion and they interrupt focused, individual work.
Some places tolerate talented-but-difficult people. Not us — being toxic affects all of our other talented people and we won't tolerate it.
Today, Not Tomorrow
Perfect is the enemy of the good. We have coworkers and customers that need our help, so we move with urgency.
Process is Good, Actually
In the early days of a company, you need to move fast. But we can't scale as a team if we don't document and automate our processes. That's what Wrangle is for, so we ought to be the best in the world at it.
Build Things Customers Want
It's fun to solve hard technical challenges. But customers don't care about that. Build things they want.