Our approach blends industry expertise, technology, and the human touch to find you the right policy to protect your loved ones. Using predictive analytics, we are able to transform a traditionally multi-week process into a modern digital experience for our users that can take just minutes! We are scaling quickly and looking for passionate people to protect the next million families!
About The Role
Designers here play an instrumental role in shaping every aspect of the product. We work across the organization to develop novel solutions to large, interesting challenges, and build world class products that create real value for real people. As the Principal Product Designer, you will report to the head of design and own the design strategy for your business area(s). You will experiment, invent, and occasionally fail but most importantly, you will learn and advocate tirelessly for the customers you are creating products for.
Duties And Responsibilities
Actively define design strategy across multiple business units.
Manage executive stakeholders across engineering, product, marketing, and more
Mentor members of the design org Identify opportunity areas to make large bets and align the organization to bring the desired impact into reality.
Partner with both Design and Research leadership to evolve the user experience.
Architect UI/UX for new products and iterate on existing ones.
Drive the product development process with cross functional partners.
Qualifications And Skills
A minimum of 10 years of in-house product design experience
An understanding of when to use the design process and when to shortcut it.
A strong portfolio that demonstrates your impact and leadership.
Mastery of visual design, interaction design, typography, and hierarchy
Ability to reduce complex problems down to flexible and intuitive patterns.
Extensive experience leading projects and process spanning insights, ideation and validation through to design implementation
Excellent communication (verbal, written, visual)
The ability to challenge the assumptions of oneself as well of those around you