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ReadMe

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San Francisco, CA

senior

🔎398 opens
✅ 65 applications (16%)

ReadMe is hiring a Remote Designer Who Codes

At ReadMe, we’re committed to cultivating a diverse and inclusive workplace. We welcome people of all backgrounds, experiences, abilities, and perspectives. We are an equal opportunity employer and a pleasant and supportive place to work. We'd love to have you come join us here!\n\nHeya. I’m Tony and I work on design at ReadMe. Our team is looking for a product designer who codes!\n\nWe're a small team of humans (and one owl 🦉) working together to shape the developer landscape through documentation—and we’re growing! That’s where you come in. We’re looking for a new member of the design team who finds joy in working with code.\n\nAs a product designer at ReadMe, you’ll be working closely with:\n😁 Our head of product, Marc, who grew up in the frozen tundra of northern Minnesota. He’s sometimes seen yelling at one of his cats to get out of the way of the TV.\n🥸 Our designer, Ryan, currently residing in SF, but sometimes you can find him traveling in his van (Bertha).\n🤓 And me—I grew up collecting holographic MUNI passes, but now I just collect plants.\n\nWe want designers at ReadMe to understand the needs of developers, and deliver solutions to their problems. That involves talking to customers, designing, and coding. If that sounds vague, that’s because there’s room at ReadMe for you to flex design muscles where you’re the expert, and to practice new things—it’s your journey!\n\n🦉 What we do \nReadMe helps companies build beautiful, personalized, and interactive developer hubs. We love what we do because it’s so much more than just docs. We’re providing tools for teams to create and manage beautiful documentation with ease. You can read more about what it’s like to work at ReadMe on our careers page, or our Key Values page.\n\nWe've written on our blog in the past about how we interview, and feel free to browse our other blog posts as well if it strikes your fancy! \n\n\nThis role will start out remotely due to COVID-19. We want to make sure all our employees feel safe in their work environments! Eventually, we plan for this role to be on-site at our San Francisco office (unless otherwise noted in the job title), though our plans for remote flexibility are currently in flux. If you are not based in the Bay Area, please note that in your application so that we can discuss potential relocation.\n\n#Location\nSan Francisco, CA


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ReadMe


closed
San Francisco, CA
🔎694 opens
✅ 22 applications (3%)
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We’re looking for a designer to join our team and help us change how people think about APIs. We believe the best documentation is custom tailored and relevant to each individual user. We’re overlaying realtime API logs on the docs to show developers exactly what they’re looking for, and help them debug. We’re also looking to surface insights to API creators, so they can get to know their users and provide support. If you love turning lots of data into something actionable (with a dash of whimsy), this is the job for you!\n\nWe're a small team of humans (and one owl) working together to do big things, and we’re growing fast! That’s where you come in. Since we’re a startup, you’ll make a big impact on ReadMe both in the daily responsibilities of your role and beyond.\n\n🦉 What we do \n\nReadMe helps more than 5,000 leading startups and tech companies build beautiful, personalized, and interactive developer hubs. If you’ve ever visited the developer docs for Intercom, Airbnb, or Notion, you’ve used ReadMe!\n\nWe love what we do because it’s so much more than just documentation. We’re providing tools for teams to build a better developer experience and make their products and APIs easier to use. We’ve got great support from our investors at Accel who led our Series A, and our interview process reflects the open, caring, and whimsical culture we want to maintain as we scale.\n\nYou’ll be working closely with Tony, our other Product Designer, and Marc, who runs Product! They’ll collaborate with you in everything you do, and be your closest colleagues at ReadMe.\n\n-Tony grew up in San Francisco’s sunny Excelsior neighborhood and has trouble writing in third person. He used to collect *holographic* MUNI passes, but now just collects plants. Other interests include wearing all black, Marie Kondo-ing, and his dog. \n\n-Marc grew up in the frozen tundra of northern Minnesota. Immediately after visiting SF he was already won over by warmer winter temperatures. Most of the time he can be found yelling at one of his cats to get out of the way of the TV.\n\nAt ReadMe, we’re committed to cultivating a diverse and inclusive workplace. We welcome people of all backgrounds, experiences, abilities, and perspectives. We are an equal opportunity employer and a pleasant and supportive place to work. \n\nNot sure if you’d be the right fit? Apply anyway! We’d love to see your application.\n\n\nThis role will start out remotely due to COVID-19. We want to make sure all our employees feel safe in their work environments! Eventually, we plan for this role to be on-site at our San Francisco office (unless otherwise noted in the job title), though our plans for remote flexibility are currently in flux. If you are not based in the Bay Area, please note that in your application so that we can discuss potential relocation.\n\n#Location\nSan Francisco, CA


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ReadMe


closed
San Francisco, CA
🔎662 opens
✅ 26 applications (4%)
This job post is closed and the position is probably filled. Please do not apply.
ReadMe Enterprise usage is on the rise, and we’re looking for a dedicated designer to optimize the documentation experience for our customers with the most complex needs. ReadMe has over 100 Enterprise customers, and we need a designer passionate about optimizing a product for large teams. In this role you’ll design workflows, dashboard interfaces, user permissions, and own end-to-end product design on all new Enterprise features!\n\nWe're a small team of humans (and one owl) working together to do big things, and we’re growing fast! That’s where you come in. Since we’re a startup, you’ll make a big impact on ReadMe both in the daily responsibilities of your role and beyond.\n\n🦉 What we do \n\nReadMe helps more than 5,000 leading startups and tech companies build beautiful, personalized, and interactive developer hubs. If you’ve ever visited the developer docs for Intercom, Airbnb, or Notion, you’ve used ReadMe!\n\nWe love what we do because it’s so much more than just documentation. We’re providing tools for teams to build a better developer experience and make their products and APIs easier to use. We’ve got great support from our investors at Accel who led our Series A, and our interview process reflects the open, caring, and whimsical culture we want to maintain as we scale.\n\nYou’ll be working closely with Tony, our other Product Designer, and Marc, who runs Product! They’ll collaborate with you in everything you do, and be your closest colleagues at ReadMe.\n\n-Tony grew up in San Francisco’s sunny Excelsior neighborhood and has trouble writing in third person. He used to collect *holographic* MUNI passes, but now just collects plants. Other interests include wearing all black, Marie Kondo-ing, and his dog. \n\n-Marc grew up in the frozen tundra of northern Minnesota. Immediately after visiting SF he was already won over by warmer winter temperatures. Most of the time he can be found yelling at one of his cats to get out of the way of the TV.\n\nAt ReadMe, we’re committed to cultivating a diverse and inclusive workplace. We welcome people of all backgrounds, experiences, abilities, and perspectives. We are an equal opportunity employer and a pleasant and supportive place to work. \n\nNot sure if you’d be the right fit? Apply anyway! We’d love to see your application.\n\n\nThis role will start out remotely due to COVID-19. We want to make sure all our employees feel safe in their work environments! Eventually, we plan for this role to be on-site at our San Francisco office (unless otherwise noted in the job title), though our plans for remote flexibility are currently in flux. If you are not based in the Bay Area, please note that in your application so that we can discuss potential relocation.\n\n#Location\nSan Francisco, CA


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