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UX Product Designer

ReversingLabs

ReversingLabs

Product, Design
Zagreb, Croatia
Posted on Thursday, April 18, 2024

At ReversingLabs, our application security and threat intelligence solutions have become essential to advance cybersecurity around the globe. We're now on a journey to expand adoption and accelerate growth, funded by our recent Series B investment, to hire top talent across the security industry.

This is a game changing opportunity. We know every application threatens businesses with new supply chain risks. ReversingLabs is the only company that can dissect any binary at the speed, scale and explainability to protect the enterprise end-to-end.

Our vision is clear. Arming every company with the insight to ensure every piece of software built or bought is secure and can be trusted, and that every threat is detected. We are seeking extraordinary talent to help forge this transformational journey at ReversingLabs.

The Product designer will work with existing and newly formulated RL digital products. The Product designer performs many of the same tasks as a UX designer but tends to focus more on developing existing products, designing new products, features, maintenance, in addition to working closely with developers and PM team members to find business value opportunities through competitor and user research. The Product designer will play a significant role in ensuring RL digital products are consistent, competitive, evolving, intuitive, meet customer demands and 508 compliance across the portfolio.

The Product designer has a keen focus on solving usability issues and ensuring products follow a logical flow and is responsible for turning a concept into a working prototype, including designing UI elements and components with a user centric approach. To this end the Product Designer is heavily involved in early user and market research to identify and understand user problems and develop design solutions to fix them. The Product Designer must also have an understanding of cognitive psychology and how it impacts design, interaction considerations and customer satisfaction while upholding business requirements.

The Product Designer works under the direct direction of the Product Design Lead (PDL). The Product designer is additionally expected to work with development and QA teams within the Zagreb office with full authority to make UX recommendations and decisions when instructed by the Product Design Lead.

Product Designers are expected to support/work US EST when required as well as manage Zagreb interns as specified by the PDL.

*We are considering candidates who are currently located in Croatia!

*Applicants are kindly requested to submit their CVs in English and also provide samples of their work (portfolio).

Responsibilities:

  • Understand the design/development process and the relevant constraints for product design
  • User experience design, visual design production
  • Presenting ideas and specifications to UX designers, developers, and other stakeholders
  • Collaborating with all UXers when design customer experiences and UX processes
  • Usability testing / user research
  • Designing/building prototypes—mostly high-fidelity
  • Competitor research
  • Using research to identify business opportunities that align with user needs
  • Work with sales and marketing teams when directed by the PDL
  • Technically proficient with a general understanding of HTML, CSS, Javascript
  • Sharp Business acumen


Basic Responsibilities:

40 hours per week work, must be flexible with schedule

Attend daily stand-up and planning meetings as necessary

Take detailed notes regarding action items and attendance

Work with PDL and PM to distribute work into various departments

Punctual, professional and respectful

More Detailed Duties and Responsibilities include:

  • Excellent standard of written and spoken English
  • Ability to work independently
  • Ability to take initiative
  • Superior prioritization and time management skills
  • BasicsUX best practices (user centered design)
  • Wireframing
  • Prototyping
  • Interaction design
  • Visual design
  • Animation Skills
  • Information architecture
  • Usability and Design Principles
  • User Interface (UI) Design
  • User Research and Strategy
  • Interpret results from in-product analytics
  • Presentation skills
  • Report writing
  • Agile Development Process
  • 508 Standards and best practices
  • Cataloging, organizing and curating all UX documents (Google Drive)
  • Ability to work within a larger team with strong collaboration skills
  • Willingness to learn

Typical Work Day Activities:

  1. Morning status report (Stand up)
  2. Review previous day’s action items
  3. Review previous day’s deliverables
  4. Prioritize and set tasks for current day (PDL Guidance)
    1. User research review
    2. Wireframing review
    3. Workflow roughs review
    4. UI/UXd design review
    5. Action items set
    6. Attend user interviews (Note taking)
  5. Refine requirements (working with PM/POs understanding stories)
  6. Attend daily core UX meetings (Note taking)