Every year, people across the world spend nearly one trillion dollars on groceries. It’s an industry that’s been around for centuries. Food itself, however, has been a constant in people’s lives since the beginning of time. Yes, sustenance is essential, but it’s also much more than that. Food can be a part of a daily ritual or a special moment that resonates with people on a meaningful and emotional level. It can be a much-needed break in a long day, a taste that brings back memories, a creative experiment, a shared meal with loved ones, or even comfort during a hard time. Whether it’s a special occasion or an everyday occurrence, it should always be easy for people to get the ingredients they need.
The Instacart Design Team is dedicated to making grocery shopping effortless for everyone and finding solutions to large-scale challenges that will forever change the way people feed themselves and their loved ones.
ABOUT THE JOB
We’re seeking creative problem solvers that can... bring definition to complex and ambiguous problems, then generate strategically broad options and lead us through to narrowing in on the right solution. You’ll use your full range of skills including business thinking, product strategy, strategic design, interaction design, and visual design to define and solve problems to create amazing experiences. You’ll partner with Research, Product, Data Science, Engineering, and Content Design to identify new opportunities, create and test directions, and deliver holistic solutions that are impactful, usable, and lovable.
Instacart focuses on Mobile, E-Commerce, Local, Groceries, and Content Delivery. Their company has offices in San Francisco and Toronto. They have a very large team that's between 1001-5000 employees. To date, Instacart has raised $2.371B of funding; their latest round was closed on October 2020 at a valuation of $17.5B.
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