Flow Club

Virtual WeWork for Deep Work

Product Designer at Flow Club

Location
San Francisco / Remote
Job Type
Full-time
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David Tran
David Tran
Founder

About the role

Flow Club is a virtual co-working space where people work in high-intensity sprints designed to double their productivity.

We envision a world where...

  • anyone can access deep, focused flow anytime, anywhere
  • working independently or remotely doesn’t have to feel like you're on your own

Our mission is to build the software that powers the most inspiring and productive work environment for knowledge workers.

Our members love Flow Club. We’re growing quickly, just presented at Y Combinator's Summer 2021 Demo Day, raised $5M, and hiring our founding team.

We are backed by Worklife Ventures, a firm investing in companies re-designing the way work gets done in the future, and 100 more of the world's best investors and operators. Among our investors are Paul Graham and the founders of iconic companies like Dropbox, Mercury, Quora, Outschool, and Sendbird.

Finally, we are inspired by our members and hosts who we see everyday working out of Flow Club building the most incredible things. They remind us great things are built incrementally, one step at a time.

We are hiring a Product Designer.

What you’ll be working on

  • As a designer, you will be setting the foundation for Flow Club’s user experience which serves Flow Clubs hosts and participants.
  • You be participating in ongoing qualitative research to gain insight and define actions.
  • You’ll be defining and designing features, user flows and interfaces that facilitate productivity, focus, and a sense of community.
  • You'll evolve our design language and visual brand expression.
  • You’ll be working on improving our design operations by investing in design system and design language.

This role may be a great fit if…

  • You like starting with open-ended problems to add clarity and define a way forward
  • You love exploring the topics of work, productivity, and community
  • You love launching to learn and to iterate
  • You are dedicated to the craft of design: you have a point of view on what good design is, and work meticulously to deliver on outcomes
  • You want to be a part of a quickly evolving product and team

How this job can be relevant to your career

Flow Club is the best place to learn by doing. At Flow Club, you’ll gain direct experience with user research, UI/UX design, product definition, and growth. As a key member of this team, you will be supported and encouraged to flex your creativity in multiple dimensions rather than work in a silo. As the product grows and evolves, your role will too.

Who you’ll be working with

You’ll be working with seasoned entrepreneur founders David and Ricky.

You’ll be working with a senior designer Minjeong who can collaborate with you or provide mentorship, depending on your type of experience.

Ideal background

  • 2+ years

Requirements

  • Describe two projects that you have designed from end-to-end (across the whole user journey).
  • Send a link or PDF version of your resume outlining relevant experience.

Location

  • We are located in downtown San Francisco. We meet at our office twice a week, and work from home on other days.

We’re looking for...

  • High levels of self-awareness, empathy, and a strong work ethic.
  • Deep curiosity, relentless resourcefulness, and a growth mindset.
  • Good at ruthless prioritization, organization, fast thinking, and confident execution.
  • Engaged in big picture thinking but values day-to-day execution.

Company Values

  • Clear and ego-free communication: Explain your thought processes, ideas, and tradeoffs as thoughtfully and precisely as possible. Seek and utilize guidance and feedback effectively. Speak out in pursuit of intellectually honest discourse.
  • Member-centric solutions : We listen to all ideas— from our own team, from investors, friends, etc., but our members' voices are the most important. Try to refer back to specific members' requests and desires whenever possible.
  • Thoughtful tradeoffs: Be comfortable making tradeoffs— think 80/20 rule, but know that that doesn’t always mean trading code quality and maintainability for moving fast. Premature optimization might be the root of all evil 97% of the time, but knowing what comprises that 3% that’s going to cost us more time down the road if we don’t invest now is crucial.
  • Digging a level deeper: Members may describe a bevy of issues or frustrations, or the data we see might suggest that we should change something, but by asking more questions, we believe we might be able to uncover the underlying issue or address a root cause rather than the symptom.
  • Slope matters more than y-intercept : We all have to start somewhere, whether in terms of where a team member's skills in an area are today, or where our metrics are. But a faster rate of change will quickly eclipse a higher starting point.

Why you should join Flow Club

Flow Club is a virtual co-working space where people work in high-intensity sprints designed to double their productivity.

We envision a world where...

  • anyone can access deep, focused flow anytime, anywhere
  • working independently or remotely doesn’t have to feel like you're on your own

Our mission is to build the software that powers the most inspiring and productive work environment for knowledge workers.

Our members love Flow Club. We’re growing quickly, just presented at Y Combinator's Summer 2021 Demo Day, raised $5M, and hiring our founding team.

We are backed by Worklife Ventures, a firm investing in companies re-designing the way work gets done in the future, and 100 more of the world's best investors and operators. Among our investors are Paul Graham and the founders of iconic companies like Dropbox, Mercury, Quora, Outschool, and Sendbird.

Finally, we are inspired by our members and hosts who we see everyday working out of Flow Club building the most incredible things. They remind us great things are built incrementally, one step at a time.