UX Product Designer at Assent Compliance

Product & EngineeringOttawa, Toronto, …

At Assent, your work helps bring transparency, sustainability, and fairness to the global community.  Our software enables responsible stewardship to improve corporate decision making. We do this by providing a window into an organization’s global supply chain and the factories in which their products are manufactured, to reduce compliance risks, environmental waste, and prevent human rights abuse.

We’re one of the fastest-growing technology companies – from $5 million to $50 million ARR in under five years!  As the global leader in supply chain data management, we provide transparency into the supply chains of some of the world’s largest and most successful companies, including 75 percent of Fortune 500 companies.

Follow us here.

Your Role as the UX Product Designer!

As a critical member of Assent’s Product Design Team, the UX/Product Designer will be part of our collective quest to re-envision how we help our customers and end-users curate and manage their supply chain data. The goal: to create a product that people will love, trust, and ultimately promote!

We are a team that champions a design thinking approach. In this role, you will be part of a crew made up of UX practitioners, designers, strategic thinkers, and researchers, who all work closely with our engineering and product management partners to understand the challenges our customers face. You’ll have the opportunity to help define and deliver product solutions that elevate Assent’s position as a world-leading, era-defining enterprise product experience.

MORE INFO + HOW TO APPLY

2020-04-07 Ethics in UX (Online)

Ethics in UX event banner
We are excited to announce this event has been rescheduled online!

You are invited to a panel discussion on ethics in user-experience research and design. Professionals from government, not-for-profit, academic, and private sectors have been invited to discuss ethics from their perspective. Following these short talks, we will break out into virtual rooms to discuss specific themes in smaller groups. Afterwards, we will return to the main room to for a moderated discussion, when we will open the floor to everyone.

Continue reading