At Unstack, we’re trying to make it easy for businesses small and large to use the best digital marketing techniques for their website and online stores, all without code. Our all-in-one platform makes it easy for non-developers to layout pages, build forms, and convert visitors into customers without relying on dozens of tools to do simple things.
We’re looking for someone with a deep understanding of the digital marketing space to help us continue to expand our platform and ecosystem. You’ll work closely with our engineering team to spec out new features and deliver a quality experience for our customers on both desktop and mobile.
This is a chance to help lead product design at a fast-growing startup with a proven team and substantial growth opportunities.
Collaborate with product and engineering leaders to conceptualize, design, and execute high-quality product features.
Advocate for good design practices and take initiative to help us improve our processes.
Deliver valuable work and consistently meet deadlines with minimal supervision.
3-6 years of product design experience at a product company or agency.
Strong written and verbal communication skills. Great UX copywriting skills are a must. From time to time you may also help with blog posts or other marketing materials.
The ability to generate low-fidelity sketches, wireframes, and high-fidelity mockups. Whimsical and Figma are our current tools of choice.
Experience creating UI prototypes and practicing thoughtful user research.
A portfolio that demonstrates UX and visual design skills and showcases your approach to solving complex problems.
A good understanding of basic development practices and experience writing HTML, CSS, and JS. (Writing code isn’t part of the job description, but helping developers deliver exceptional experiences sometimes requires diving into the code with them to fix layout issues, etc.)
We’re looking for someone who...
Strives to fully understand a problem before proposing a solution.
Seeks opportunities to speak directly with customers and is comfortable designing and running user interviews and usability tests.
Recognizes when to advocate for visionary concepts and when to stay focused on shorter term, practical solutions.
Designs thoughtful interfaces that balance usability, technical feasibility, and aesthetics.
Articulates design decisions effectively to collect feedback, build stakeholder buy-in, and ensure accurate implementation.
Defends their work confidently but is quick to iterate based on feedback.