Senior Visual & Communications Designer at Curtsy
About the role
Why we started Curtsy
Curtsy was started by four high school friends who wanted an easier and more sustainable way to sell and shop for fashion. Despite our 10x growth over the last year, we're still a small team of 15 people.
We noticed that existing fashion resale apps were hard to use, filled with spam, and dominated by businesses — not real people. Curtsy is a sustainable alternative to fast fashion that helps women simplify their lives, switch up their style, and earn extra cash. We're focused on Gen Z which is the most underserved demographic within the resale category.
We’ve doubled our business in the last few months and just recently broke the top 20 apps list for the shopping category in the App Store. We have hundreds of thousands of monthly active users, strong customer loyalty, and have grown 30% monthly for the last year.
We’re a Y Combinator company (S19) and recently closed our Series A led by Index Ventures with participation from CRV, Kevin Durant, and other top-tier angel investors.
What you'll do:
- Own our visual brand and marketing design efforts.
- Collaborate with marketing and product to produce campaigns and graphics that support our growth efforts across the app, our social media, email, packaging, and print.
- Contribute to our evolving brand identity and visual guidelines across product and marketing.
- Delight customers through visual storytelling.
- 5 years full-time experience as a visual or communications designer
- Well versed in Figma, Sketch, or Adobe tools
- Knowledgeable on design best practices
- Excellent communication and writing skills
- Tremendous equity upside from joining our early team in a leadership role.
- Competitive base pay.
- Unlimited PTO and a culture of working hard but actually taking time off.
- Extremely flexible work life, based in San Francisco when you want to come into the office.
- Non-elective 401K contributions.
Why you should join Curtsy
Curtsy is an app that makes it easy for the 1M women in our community to sell clothes and shop sustainability. Just a decade ago it wasn't possible to sell clothes online—the only options were local consignment and donation centers.
Apps like Ebay and Poshmark ushered in a new era of online selling, but they're dominated by people selling as a business, and inaccessible to working women, students, and casual sellers. Curtsy changes that with an easy-to-use, simple platform built for Gen Z, who are more likely to switch up their style weekly than accumulate clothes over time like their parents.
Curtsy, now ranked #20 in the App Store shopping category, has grown 5X in the last year by making it possible to sell and shop at a time when COVID-19 has limited access to local retail and consignment stores nationwide.