As a product designer on Apostrophe’s Patient Experience team you'll solve complex problems that often span across the business's stakeholders (patient, pharmacy, doctor). You'll collaborate with engineers, product managers, data-sciences, in a fast-paced, rapidly growing environment. Using your skills in concepting, facilitation, prototyping, and visual design, you'll launch fabulous experiences that change the way people access dermatological care and make their lives more convenient. You’ll have an impact on our design framework, shape, and the way that we work and collaborate with each other. You will also work closely with engineering to ensure high quality implementations.
You should have fully owned the design from start to finish for impactful features that ship quickly. These projects shouldn’t be subtle iterations, but comprehensive shifts or improvements where many stakeholders are considered and your stellar communication was a key factor in pushing the project past the... finish line.
User centricity runs in our DNA. We strive to delight our patients with a “wow” experience, reimagining what a digital relationship with your dermatology can be. You love digging into data to help make decisions, using customer research to validate assumptions, and have general project management skills (even if that’s just excellent self management).
Our goal is simple- to increase positive outcomes of our patient experiences: get our patients confident, glowing skin!
What You'll Do
We welcome people from all backgrounds who seek the opportunity to help build a future where everyone and everything can move independently. If you have a curiosity, passion and collaborative spirit, work with us, and let’s move the world forward, together.
Apostrophe proudly prioritizes underrepresented groups for our partnerships. We do this for two reasons. One, we strongly believe that we can make a bigger impact in the world by having a diversity of voices in the room. And two, underrepresentation is a consequence of a prejudiced system and promoting underrepresented talent is the only lasting way to make systemic change