Prelim is simplifying the go-to-market digital originations process…

Product Designer at Prelim

Remote (US Only) / Remote
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Chris Blaser
Chris Blaser

About the role

Prelim is simplifying how people and businesses apply for bank accounts, loans and other financial services.

Prelim is how banks onboard their customers for business checking accounts, personal loans, etc online. Prelim is a platform that banks white label to match the bank's design that automates the digital opening of all the bank's products and services.

Join us as we increase access to banking and financial services, helping banks and financial institutions provide a better, more modern experience. We're a fully remote US team, and are live with several of the largest banks in America. We're still under 10, and you'd be joining as the second product designer, rounding out an MVP product.

You will:

  • Own the design of new and existing features on our enterprise and consumer apps
  • Understand and break down user flows and complex concepts
  • Create design assets, branding, and UX writing
  • Be working directly with different kinds of users, from consumers to bankers to lenders

You may be a fit for this role if you:

  • Can create pixel-perfect visual designs (UI)
  • Can untangle hard conceptual problems and have sharp intuition for how people use (or wish they could use) products (UX)
  • Care about the business needs, implications, and possibilities of your designs. You don't get stuck on pretty UI, and can balance between craft, speed and the bottom line
  • Hold yourself and others to a high bar and sweat the small UX stuff
  • Are self-­aware, have a positive attitude, a sense of humor, and are empathetic

Why you should join Prelim

Prelim is simplifying the go-to-market digital originations process for banks, helping banks help people.

Banks spend billions of dollars on one-size fits all solutions to originate their products. When banks want to do something as simple as change copy, or add a new set of questions, banks are forced to either pay per hour, seek out a new vendor, or build it themselves.

This makes banks inflexible to respond to changing market needs, sometimes forcing banks to post a pdf on their website just to get something live. This occurred at some of the largest banks in the United States when trying to roll out the Paycheck Protection Program.

Our templates, drag and drop integrations, and no-code form builder allow banks to quickly deploy in days, not years, with significantly lower costs and higher quality.