Plaid for health, fitness and wellness
We are looking for UI/UX designers who are excited about wearable devices and their potential.
Our customers, who are developers themselves, utilize our products and services on a daily basis to obtain their users’ wearable data, visualize trends, and learn more about wearables from our blog. Hence, the design of our products and services is crucial to showcase who we are and what we do. An intuitive user experience is essential for our customers to understand the why, what, and how of Terra and wearable devices.
You will lead design projects for all our user touchpoints, including our landing page, blog, developer documentation, in-app widget, mobile SDK’s, and more
Establish and maintain our UI/UX design across touchpoints, ensuring the experience is intuitive and straightforward
Collaborate closely with the entire Terra team, from developers to operations, and lead design review meetings for internal feedback
Structure brainstorming sessions for new product ideas, drafting UI/UX designs using whichever tools you feel would work best: wireframes, end-to-end flows, prototypes, etc.
Quickly deploy test concepts and iterate fast by utilizing customer feedback/analytics
Ensure our overall design and user experience communicate effectively our vision and our culture, always keeping in mind customers’ needs
Big plus You are an athlete, or care about quantifying your data
What we do
Terra is an API that makes it easy for apps to connect to wearables. Currently, apps and developers in the fitness, wellness, sleep, and other health spaces are using us. Terra was launched in early 2021, and since then we’ve been growing like crazy. But this is just the beginning.
The goal and vision
Think if Spotify and Netflix create music and movies based on your heart rate, and stress levels, in real time. We want to enable apps to achieve that reality, through our super easy to use API.
To achieve our grand goal, we couldn’t have made it without the support from some incredible investors. We are lucky enough to be supported by General Catalyst, Samsung NEXT, Next Ventures and we were part of Y-Combinator’s W21 batch.
Do you want to learn more about the team? Check this, and learn who we are here