Interactive & Visual Designer

We humbly believe we’ve designed and built the best software solution to manage apartment, condo, and HOA parking. And we’re not done yet. As we implement our vision for the future and build out new features and functionality, our outward visual expression must equal the same attention to detail we put into our product.

You have a unique opportunity to make a tremendous impact at Parking Boss.

You are a designer motivated not only by making things look great, but that effectively communicate and persuade the intended audience to engage. You want to help drive the visual expression of our company. You can intellectually and verbally back up your ideas with humility, but you’re also a doer—a skilled craftsman that can use the tools to put these ideas into place. 

You care about consistency. Sweating the details down to the pixel. You love relevant and modern design—clean and sophisticated. You possess strong typography skills and know how to effectively marry text and image. You have a high-level command of major design tools. You’re not only willing to accept constructive criticism, but you welcome it.

You will have the full support and work closely with the co-founders to understand the values and vision of the company. You will be a part of a team consisting of a director of marketing, marketing manager, and writer to produce and execute the plan.

Your technical expertise must include:

  • Graphic programs: most are similar—you must be adaptable and able to learn new software quickly. If you are of the mindset “I only use Adobe products”, this isn’t the right fit for you.
  • Web technology: front-end design will be a huge benefit. Basic to intermediate CSS/HTML will be very valuable. Our current site is built on Webflow.
  • Print design: firm understanding and ability to design for print.
  • Ability to learn quickly and adapt is absolutely critical.

Tell us how you think:

We’re not too interested in your formal education, but we want to hear about your experiences both good and bad. We’re interested in how you think, what makes you tick, and your approach to problem solving.

  1. Please present 3 to 5 samples of your work. Include a written description of the problem you solved. We’re interested in why certain design decisions were made.
  2. Tell us about one of you design projects that didn’t go as planned. Please explain what went wrong and what you learned from it.
  3. As it pertains to design approach, what companies do you admire? And why?

What‘s next:

Please send resume, answers to the above questions, and a cover letter explaining why you want this job to

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