In the first 30 days, you’ll have:
- Understanding of our product and audience and can work to our visual brand standards
- Familiarize yourself with the creative project management process (project requests, kickoffs, working with the rest of the marketing team to see a project through.)
- Have an in depth understanding of how our site and blog backend works and have identified areas to make updates, improvements, and changes.
Within 90 days, you’ll have:
- Are proactively making ongoing improvements to klaviyo.com’s visual design and user experience
- Have designed 2 major site design updates with responsive experience and marketing goals in mind.
- Worked collaboratively with Performance Marketing team to redesign, refine and optimize our landing pages or other site pages.
- Reviewed, recommended, and executed at least 3 improvements to the blog ui to improve usability and experience.
Before you hit your first year anniversary, you’ll:
- Have built and maintained design library and standards for the website
- Work with product designers to sync product design styles with website design styles and are constantly working to maintain those standards.
- Work with the design teams across the company in furthering design culture at Klaviyo and are an active contributor to Klaviyo’s dribbble account, design blog, and podcasts.
- Designed at least 3 guides and/or reports that stand out for their design as much as they do their content.
About You You excel at visual design and storytelling - and understand how to use those skills to create beautiful and unique web experiences that are also intuitive and innovative. You thrive in fast-moving environments and are impatient about getting your work out there in the world. You’re always learning - from those around you or by jumping in to figure something out on your own. You aren’t afraid to tackle a challenge head on and you search out the answers you need. Passionate about the design industry, you look at other brand and websites, read about design trends, and don’t want to settle for how it’s been done before. You probably mentally redesign other websites and can probably think of at least 5 that inspire you or bug you right off the top of your head. You want to work with people that feel the same way.