Sr. Product Designer – Data Sharing & Marketplace (SFO or Seattle)

A high growth opportunity to create powerful, impactful experiences in the data cloud industry!

Our client in the Data Cloud industry is seeking a Sr. Product Designer to join their expanding team. The successful candidate will contribute to shaping and defining important product experiences. In this role, you will work with cross-functional teams to identify new opportunities, create and test concepts, and deliver end-to-end solutions that are functional, usable, and completely fun.



  • Design end-to-end flows and experiences for the Data Marketplace and Data Sharing product area
  • Ensure the future of the product is considered when making strategic design decisions
  • Engage in relentless efforts to understand our customers, develop empathy for them, and take action on their behalf
  • Alleviate complex problems to the right balance between simplicity and utility
  • Create solutions that meet our customer and business needs 
  • Create engaging experiences by collaborating across engineering and product
  • Organize solutions around clear goals, audiences, timeframes, and realistic technical capabilities while working to deliver an exceptional experience
  • Improve our processes, improve our tools, and elevate our design system by participating in critiques, improving our tools, and improving our processes
  • Detail-oriented, but also visionary



  • 5+ years of experience designing products in a product-driven technology space
  • Understanding designing for consumer-focused (B2C) products 
  • Strong communication skills that enable your designs, decisions, and ideas to be understood and implemented by a diversity of cross-functional audiences
  • Ability to design and prototype in Figma
  • Knowledgeable of the latest product design trends, tools, and technology
  • Created end to end product experiences for web
  • A comprehensive understanding of modern interface design patterns 
  • Demonstratable ability to work with both qualitative and quantitative data when making design decisions
  • Comfort with web technologies like Javascript, HTML, and CSS (nice to have)
  • Ability to prototyping with Framer, Origami, or code (nice to have)

A portfolio is required for consideration