User Experience Designer
Kilo makes lead capture, lead nurture, and member retention easier and less expensive for gym owners.
We are a small team of engineers, designers, and marketing professionals making it easy for niche gyms to attract new clients. We are currently expanding our operations into gym management software, and looking to grow depth on our technical team to accomplish this major software initiative.
You will be a User Experience Designer creating UI/UX designs for Kilo’s management software – bringing to life our vision for a next generation hosted gym management application. You will work in a small group of 4-5 developers, closely interfacing with the product, marketing, and customer service teams to deliver a first-rate product for our current and future customers.
In this role you will be the primary User Experience Designer responsible for turning product specifications into a beautiful, functional, and pleasing user interface.You will be tasked with taking the output of decisions from product, marketing, and customer service teams – and turning them into wireframes, clickable prototypes, and visual designs for implementation by the engineering team. You will communicate your vision to the engineering team as product is being built, seeing your ideas come to life every day. For the right candidate, this is a highly visible / high growth position with authority and autonomy. You will report directly to the CTO.
The ideal candidate would be familiar with designing Single Page Applications. Candidates would know design systems, wireframe / storyboard tools, data flow, style management, and user interface flow. Excellent technical communication skills are a must as the successful candidate will interface with the development team on a daily basis.
Ability to use wireframes, storyboards, process flows, and sitemaps to illustrate and present design ideas
Collaborate with product managers and engineers to understand the product before presenting solutions to improve the visual and interactive experience.
Gather user requirements from product managers to create compelling and original graphic designs (images, sketches, etc).
Build and design user interface elements like menus, tabs, widgets, page navigation buttons and search fields.
Troubleshoot any UX problems.
Present design concepts and ideas to engineering colleagues, executive members, and clients.
Ensure a standard is maintained when it comes to style, fonts, colors, and images.
Conduct regular research on user experience.
After collecting feedback ensure changes are made to correct any issues
Stay up to date with all of the industry’s trends and best practices.