Design at PillPack
At PillPack, an independently operated subsidiary of Amazon, we are using design, service, and technology to change the way people think about medicine. Design has been a vital part of our company's DNA since our founding days as a startup-in-residence at IDEO Cambridge. We are a small, but growing company and you'll have the opportunity to make a big impact on both the company and our customers' lives. We believe in designing experiences that are equally polished for internal users as they are for our end customer. We also believe design is just as much about balancing behavior and emotion as it is about utility and ease.
Your ideas come from research you've conducted and experiences you've had. You use a human-centered design approach to solve problems. You're just as interested in inventing and simplifying complex systems as you are focusing on visual design. You've turned ideas from research into sketches and interactive prototypes, and tested them with end users. You've helped teams raise the bar on customer experiences and have thrived in ambiguity. As a designer, you love diving into the details as much as you enjoy shaping the larger system.
Ideal candidate profile
· You have at least 5 years of experience as a user experience designer, interaction designer, information architect, or similar UX-related role.
· You have a strong portfolio of innovative design work that demonstrates industry-leading design and business success.
· You excel at both Visual design and Ux (wireframes, journey maps, personas) and care just as much about pixels and visual language as you care about the overall strategy. A portfolio with examples of visual and UX work is required to apply for this role
· You're fluent in best practices for information architecture and interaction design, user-centered design process, as well as strong knowledge of user experience principles and techniques.
· You have experience working in a collaborative team and working directly with developers for implementation of designs.
· You have strong practical knowledge of user-centered design methodologies, usability principles, web-based information architecture and design.
· You're able to work independently, gracefully and have a bias for action in a fast-paced, sometimes ambiguous environment.
· You're naturally curious and find inspiration beyond the screen; through the people you talk to, analogous experiences, and beyond