Head of Product Design
San Francisco /
At Braid, we're making money social. We're building a social financial product where users can create group chats, and securely fund them with money from any U.S. bank. We want to make it easy to spend together.
As Braid sits at the intersection of social messaging and banking, we're presented with a number of exciting design challenges. Delivering an intuitive and trustworthy mobile experience is critical to our initial success. Furthermore, customers entrust us with their money, so it is imperative our platform maintains the highest standards of reliability and security.
Our product is available in both iTunes and Play stores. It's been downloaded by thousands of people, and we support use-cases for individuals, couples, friends, roommates, teams, creative projects, families, and more.
For more on what we value as an organization, check out our Key Values profile.
This is a full-time role based in our San Francisco, CA office.
- Define bold, long-term product visions for our products and services.
- Design flows and experiences that are simple and elegant.
- Attract top talent and build the design team.
- Create and evangelize a strong design culture.
- Represent the design viewpoint at a leadership level; shape product roadmaps.
What we are looking for:
- 5+ years of experience with end-to-end product design, with a significant portion in a leadership role
- Strong preference for design leaders that come from the consumer product world to build true consumer-grade experiences
- Strong design practitioner
- Data-driven; you understand how to use data to guide product decisions
- Interest in growth
Compound believes that diversity and inclusion are core to who we are, not simply checkboxes. Varied backgrounds and life stories are something we value greatly.
We consider all employees and applicants equally, and we do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status or disability status. We consider applications from qualified applicants with criminal histories, according to state and city guidelines.