We're a mission-driven team here at StackShare that's growing quickly- we recently announced our Series A (https://techcrunch.com/2018/01/09/developer-social-network-stackshare-raises-5-2-million-from-e-ventures/)!
We're building a network for developer knowledge- StackShare is home to over 250K developers, engineers, CTOs, and VPEs from some of the world's best companies including Airbnb, Dropbox, Facebook, and more. Our vision is to transform the way that all SaaS tools and infrastructure are bought and sold by building the world's first technology graph.
We're currently a team of 13- we've worked at places like Amazon, Google, Etsy, Squarespace, and StubHub. We're looking for an awesome product designer to join us as teammate #14 to help build out the technology graph.
This position is based in San Francisco, CA at our new office in beautiful South Park.
Our stack: https://stackshare.io/stackshare/stackshare. Read more about our stack in a recent post that was featured in Ruby Weekly: https://stackshare.io/posts/modernizing-stackshare-front-end-react-rails.
Over the next year you’ll help research, design, and implement products that leverage our unique stack graph to create an engaging developer experience (DX). Our biggest design challenge lies in solving a big B2B problem by creating a compelling B2C experience. So while our goal is to save people time by getting them to the right tools, we need to design in a way that is typically seen in consumer products that tend to cost you time.
We believe part of the answer lies in striking a balance between data and user-generated content, in a way that ultimately helps users better decide on software tools. More specifically, this means designing and building a set of new products that range from recommendations to discussions and private messaging.
You’ll be part of the core product team, where you’ll help shape the overall product direction- as a result you’ll learn a ton about the software tools/SaaS space as well as community building.
You’ll take your ideas from whiteboarding and mockups all the way to production- and as a result, influence how millions of developers discover and compare software tools.