As an interactive designer in Guru’s Brand Studio you’ll be asked to play a major role across our marketing websites and email initiatives. In many ways, you’ll act as front-end and user experience designer. Our core website (getguru.com) is crafted, built, and hosted using Webflow (webflow.com), of which you’d help design for and manage as a visual developer. Already a Webflow maestro? Outstanding! If not, that’s okay too, but you certainly need to have a rock solid foundation of programming languages, web interactivity and standard methodologies. We're looking for a love for thoughtful design and a strong enthusiasm for nurturing a brand.
With that said, this is all just a start. Our Brand Studio is the hub for all things “creative” at Guru, and individuals are encouraged to contribute wherever their interests and talents take them — and to shape their individual role accordingly.
- Handle the upkeep of existing web initiatives, while implementing and defining new ones
- Work collaboratively with other hardworking Designers, Developers, Content strategists, SEO specialists, Marketers, people with confusing job titles, and more!
- Implement no-code processes and build scalable, self-serve CMS solutions and microsites to be driven by other teams/partners
- Successfully kick off then hand off designs to our marketing developers across various platforms
- 3-5 years experience designing professionally
- A naturally human-centric approach to work and life
- A deep (and perhaps borderline uncomfortable?) love for extraordinary web and UX design
- A consideration for all parts of the design experience: from copy to animations, to accessibility
- A proven understanding of html, css, and web interactivity principles and their best utilities
- Ability to work, think, and respond quickly, while maintaining attention to detail on multiple projects simultaneously
- Creative design tools experience (Webflow, Adobe Creative Cloud, Sketch, and prototyping tools, such as InVision, Framer, or HTML/CSS/JS)
- Track record of designing flows and wireframes with a strong bias towards user-centric design
- Video and/or motion graphic experience
- Solid understanding of digital production techniques
- Familiarity with principles of animation