Twilio seeks an experienced UI/UX designer to enhance Twilio web
properties and company identity in a variety of projects. The ideal
candidate likely has an artistic background, and is proficient with
Photoshop, Illustrator and the like. In this role, you’ll regularly
exercise a keen eye for good design, building and a structured way of
developing, evaluating and refining the utility of web user interfaces.
What You’ll Work On
Projects will include UI/UX design for the Twilio.com website and a
variety of other web applications built by the company, as well as some
limited design and production of company marketing collateral. Web UX
skills are most important in this role, with print and identity skills
a plus. HTML and CSS experience is a plus, and web development
experience with PHP, Ruby, or similar languages is a super plus, but
not a strict requirement.
Everything, Including the Kitchen Sink
And of course, candidate should be self-motivated and able to work
well in a fast-paced, team environment. What does this mean to us, as a
startup? You should cherish the act of creating something from scratch,
loath being handed a spec and told to “just build it,” and you should
get giddy on the idea of taking the ball and running with it. All under
A successful candidate can deal with ambiguity, changing needs and
wearing many hats. Demonstrable experience in a similar environments,
whether a big or small company, open source project, school or
communities projects is a plus!
Please submit a resume and portfolio (or a link to your portfolio) to firstname.lastname@example.org,
with the subject UI/UX Designer. A plus if you include in your cover
letter a brief critique of the current Twilio.com website, highlighting
what you like and dislike about the design and usability.
Photo credit: UNKIEPAUL “Including the Kitchen Sink” via Flickr