Every day we provide parents with the personalized support they need, when they need it, and it is accessible for all. In doing so, we let families focus on what it means to be a family.
Huckleberry’s first product improves children’s sleep. By combining human experts with AI, the app + service understands each sleep situation, predicts what will happen, and provides a personalized, easy-to-follow program that results in better sleep.
The app has 4.9 out of 5 stars, garnering rave reviews from parents who call it “life changing” and their “#1 recommendation to parents.”
You would join our growing team that includes Berkeley Ph.D.s in computer science and predictive analytics, user-centric designers, and experienced pediatric experts trained in evidence-based practices.
In this role, you will be responsible for visual design on the app and website, including some social media and marketing campaigns. You will create and refine flows, prototypes, and high-fidelity visuals using Figma.
We are expanding beyond sleep into additional big challenges for parents, to create the source that parents rely on as their children grow and develop.
Huckleberry’s design team is small, and cares deeply about improving the lives of families, which means you’ll get to shape the culture and process and get to drive meaningful design decisions.
You will interact daily with product managers, research, designers, and engineers to build and ship your designs. This role reports to the Head of Product Design.
You are comfortable operating at strategic and tactical levels. You will have experience working with cross-functional teams and building trusted relationships with senior product leaders. You also have:
Nice to have
Please include an online design portfolio or PDF showcasing examples, case studies, and what you have worked on specifically.
Job Type: Full-time
Benefits: Medical, Dental, FSA, DCFSA, 401(k) with employer matching, unlimited PTO.
Location: We are a 95% remote company. Southern California is preferred (due to periodic team meetings), but remote is ok.