Here at HackerOne, a “Unicorn” designer is not our ideal standard and we are not searching for one. However, if you are a well-rounded designer who’s interested in having ownership for all parts of the design process; problem definition, decisions, interaction design, user research and usability testing, we’d love to connect!

Our design team is small (5) but mighty. You will be working closely with Product Managers, Engineers and Designers. You are creative, innovative, and have the leadership and organization skills to plan and execute initiatives designed to improve the overall product experience.

YOUR JOURNEY AT HACKERONE

Your journey at HackerOne is going to be unique and one of a kind. It’s going to be a great life adventure and career experience
As a product designer, your priority is to own the solution areas. That involves an entire design process from starting with understanding the problem through implementation including user research, wireframes, prototypes, and detailed visual designs for implementation

Your journey also includes understanding and collaborating with stakeholders; identifying and communicating design rationale and key tradeoffs

You will also help establish and reinforce consistent design patterns with software development. You will also get to work closely with product managers, helping define the problems and collaborate with developers to design product experiences that users love.

A bonus journey for a design system champion – you will also be helping with establishing and developing a cohesive visual aesthetic for HackerOne that extends across all user-facing interfaces

WHO YOU ARE

Our goal is to build a diverse team–we are looking for a candidate with skill sets and attributes that will compliment, support, and make the design team greater. We are looking to build diversity in our team

CRAFT

You are a product designer: 6+ years of hands-on experience as a UX Designer at a fast-growing software company, strong understanding of UX and product interaction problems.

You are a facilitator and a good listener: experience in conducting user research and gathering user feedback

You are a collaborator: strong history working with product management and development teams

You are a presenter: great communication and presentation skills

You are technical: front-end development understanding (HTML, CSS, and JavaScript)
You are good at tools: Experienced in Figma & prototyping, and easter egg! if you actually read this – mention this in your cover letter

VALUE

  • You are humble: humility, curiosity and eagerness to learn
  • You take feedback: give feedback to others and open to hearing feedback and learn
  • You are an owner: take responsibility, accountability of your project, seeing things through and getting it done

HackerOne Values

HackerOne commits to maintaining the strong, inclusive culture we’ve built for our employees and our community of hackers. All that we do is driven by our 5 core values. We recognize that our mission is bigger than us, and therefore act with integrity at all times. As a team, we believe that transparency builds trust so we default to disclosure in our communications. Each individual acts like an owner creating an environment of greater alignment and greater autonomy. We win as a team and empower our community because together we hit harder. For more information about our values check out our blog HERE.

What We DO

HackerOne was started by hackers and security leaders who are driven by a passion to make the internet safer. HackerOne is now the #1 hacker-powered security platform, helping organizations find and fix critical vulnerabilities before they can be exploited. Powered by the largest community of hackers on the planet, HackerOne has helped over 2,000 customer programs find and fix vulnerabilities before they could be exploited.. HackerOne is headquartered in San Francisco with offices in London, New York, the Netherlands, and Singapore.
As a team, we believe in integrity, transparency, trust, collaboration and community. We believe in the positive power of hackers and work tirelessly to promote the success of our community to the broader, mainstream audience.