SVP of Product Management, DevGraph (Remote) - $400,000/year USD

Job ID: 4652

Description

Are you a Human-Computer Interaction expert who knows how to create great user experiences for developers? Do you believe cloud AppDev requires a ground-up rebuild and crave an opportunity to drive this process? If so, we invite you to join the revolution!

DevGraph has taken IT software services out of the dark ages of custom scripts and manual processes and into a highly automated, low-code paradigm. Join us to design a great user experience for non-technical app designers and technical developers alike.

This role will have a direct impact on the success of our products. You will be responsible for simplifying UI and creating awesome user experiences. Your work will delight users!

If you're ready to put your design and technical skills to work changing how apps are built and deployed, join us!

What you will be doing

  • Gathering input by using the product and reviewing user feedback
  • Outlining UX/UI changes, explaining your key technical decisions
  • Simplifying complex use cases

What you will NOT be doing

  • Determining the product vision or marketing strategy - you will focus on improving the customer experience
  • Targeting all possible users - you will cater to the needs of low-code developers
  • Managing a team - you'll focus on great individual contributions

Key Responsibilities

Delivering product value to low-code developers by simplifying user experiences

Candidate Requirements

  • 5+ years of relevant UI/UX experience, including creating use cases
  • Experience with the development of at least 1 developer-centric tool
  • Expertise in Human-Computer Interaction
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