Crimson Hexagon is the global leader in consumer insights from social media data. Powered by patented technology and an in-house data library of more than 1 trillion posts, Crimson Hexagon’s platform helps hundreds of brands and agencies answer critical business questions through the insights derived from social data. Clients include leading global organizations such as General Mills, Starbucks, Paramount Pictures, Anheuser-Busch InBev, Adidas and Twitter, and leading agencies such as TBWA, VML, BBDO, Saatchi & Saatchi, Ogilvy, Edelman and Digitas. We’re a high growth software company headquartered in Boston with offices in Chicago, New York, San Francisco and London.
We’re seeking a Senior UX/Product Designer to help imagine, prototype, build, and refine the experiences that define our industry leading social media analytics software. As a member of our UX Team, you’ll work with Product and Engineering teams to bring elegance and ease-of-use to the product experience.
This position draws from a broad range of UX skills including information architecture, interaction and visual design, usability, and rapid prototyping to create compelling user experiences. Your work will touch hundreds of household brands that rely on our product.
This is an opportunity to play a variety of UX roles and have a major influence on the design of an industry leading social insights analytics SaaS product.
Our ideal candidate is….
Creative, a big picture thinker with the ability to translate ideas into executable increments. You were well versed in UX before it was called UX. You are a creative problem-solver who loves to collaborate and iterate via rapid prototyping with experience working across interaction, UI, data visualization, behavioral design, and research. You think like an Architect and can apply critical and creative thinking to make products easy and delightful to use.
You aspire to create “don’t make me think” interaction models and have a passion for telling stories through creative data visualization. You have the ability to juggle competing priorities and enjoy mentoring other designers.