Head of Design

Menlo Park, CA /
Design /
Findora is a next-generation network, designed to be the trusted global financial infrastructure and the ideal hub for decentralized financial apps. Findora envisions a world where financial networks are compliant and publicly auditable at all times. By putting assets and financial agreements on a distributed ledger, Findora will eliminate fraud, reduce costs of compliance, and enable brand new types of capital markets. Findora will be supported by a global community of developers, researchers, and institutional leaders. 

We are looking for an imaginative, talented, and diligent leader to lead our design team. The ideal candidate will not only have a wealth of practical design experience, but also the ability to drive forward large-scale design efforts. 


    • Build and lead a talented group of UI/UX and graphic designers
    • Design memorable user flows for a variety of financial applications
    • Collaborate closely with the design and engineering teams to design and enhance the user experience of our products
    • Coordinate projects internally and externally with stakeholders and outside partners
    • Ensure that critical design milestones are being met
    • Create and enforce design standards for Findora applications


    • Stellar time-management skills
    • 5+ years of UI/UX experience
    • 5+ years of graphic design experience
    • 5+ years of experience leading design initiatives
    • Successful track record of overseeing the user experience of production-ready products
    • Knowledge of end-to-end product design
    • Detailed-oriented approach to product design
    • Great communication skills and energy


    • Experience designing for blockchain and/or financial systems


    • Work on new problems in an emerging field
    • The chance to make a big impact in a fast-paced startup environment with experienced industry leaders as an early contributor
    • Learn from finance, blockchain, and cryptography domain experts in a mentorship-oriented work culture