Hey there! We’re a small 100% remote team passionate about making literature accessible to everyone. Created by the original editors of SparkNotes, LitCharts is a literary resource that takes an entirely new approach to analyzing and explaining literature. Millions of students, teachers, and book lovers around the world use the LitCharts website every month.
A curious, positive, helpful, and humble problem solver who is a great communicator and will be excited to collaborate with us. We work flexible hours but typically stick to 9am-5pm ET and are looking for someone able to do the same.
As a Product Designer at LitCharts, you’ll spend your days digging into our users’ needs—learning about their pain points, imagining new features, and turning insights into thoughtful and delightful experiences on our website. You’ll be working alongside our Lead Designer of product and brand, and will have the opportunity to own your work while having guidance and mentorship.
Planning and conducting user research and usability testing
We’re committed to creating a supportive work environment that values each team member. Being part of LitCharts means...
Please note that while this is a full-time position, all full-time roles begin with a compensated freelance trial period to make sure we’re a good fit.
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Founded by the creators of SparkNotes and No Fear Shakespeare, LitCharts are the world’s best literature study guides, with innovative features like color-coded theme tracking, data visualizations, beautifully designed chart-based downloadable PDF versions, and much more. Millions of students, teachers, and general interest readers use the LitCharts website and mobile apps every month.