Brilliant (brilliant.org) helps you excel in math and science. On Brilliant, you can master concepts through examples and problems contributed by a community of mathematicians, scientists, and engineers. Brilliant brings together professionals and enthusiasts from around the world.
Members learn from a vibrant community of over 5.5 million students, educators, and enthusiasts, including olympiad champions, international science fair medalists, high school teachers, and university professors. Through the Brilliant network, people discover the resources they need to succeed, the dream that they can, and the allies to help them.
We collect a large data set as members use the product, about their aptitude in different subject areas. Our long-term vision is to build a more efficient way for ambitious people who are building their skills to be found directly by organizations seeking talent. To learn more about Brilliant's mission, watch CEO Sue Khim's TEDx talk.
We’re looking for a strong product designer to help millions of people have fun, learn, and excel. You will work with the VP of Product (as well as content experts, engineers, and analysts) to solve business problems through design.
You should be passionate about designing simple, elegant user interfaces. You should be excited about the progress and potential of the Brilliant product. And of course, you should love making things beautiful. If you sweat the pixel-perfect details and have a strong understanding of composition, balance, symmetry, and whitespace, we’d like to hear from you!
Specifically, your responsibilities will include:
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Why join Brilliant?
Brilliant has a mission you can get behind. We’re a company that’s helping to bring thinkers from all over the world together and create a platform on which they can excel, learn, and have fun.
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We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.