Product Designer, Workflow

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What Asana is looking for in applicants

We’re looking for people who are driven by collaborative and creative environments to develop simple, innovative, and beautifully designed products that customers love to use. You’ll be joining the Workflow pillar and will play an important role in contributing to Workflow’s mission to make the process of getting work done efficient, effective, and delightful. You’ll work on empowering teams to effortlessly set up, automate, customize, and continuously improve their workflows, so they can streamline execution.

As part of a product-driven and design-led company, you will play a key role in a small team of Product Designers owning core product development, from inception to iteration and post-launch reflection. Asana is helping teams in 190 countries become significantly more productive with our leading work management platform. 

Asana’s Product Design team is a tight-knit, collaborative group of designers from a wide range of backgrounds who love combining research, data insights, and peer feedback into a user-centered design process. We pride ourselves on having a high Designer to Engineer ratio that enables you to do your best work on a balanced team. 

What you’ll achieve

  • Deliver high-quality, delightful, and easy to use design – thinking in terms of systems, not just screens
  • Design and prototype ideas quickly, and connect regularly with customers to validate product directions
  • Participate in design critique and present work regularly in product leadership feedback meetings
  • Partner closely with our UX researchers, PMs, and engineers as you build and ship solutions
  • Experience career growth and personal development with world-class mentorship and development programs

About you

  • 4+ years relevant design experience at a product-driven company, with a strong portfolio and a track record of shipping and iterating on high-quality work
  • A deep understanding of the product development process, and the ability to drive design from discovery and problem definition to interaction and visual design
  • Experience closely partnering with cross-functional partners, and the ability to clearly communicate design work with solid rationale informed by research and data
  • Creative problem-solver comfortable iterating from low-fidelity sketches to high-fidelity prototypes with attention to animation and micro-interactions
  • Approach problems with curiosity, and excitement to learn and grow your skills


About us

Asana enables millions of teams around the world to achieve their goals together, from small projects to strategic initiatives. For the past 5 years, we've been named a top workplace by Fortune, Great Place to Work, Fast Company, Glassdoor, and Built In for our inclusive culture that drives business results. After spending more than two years physically distanced, we're safely and mindfully returning to in-person collaboration, adding more flexibility to our office-centric hybrid culture. With offices all over the world, we are always looking for curious, collaborative, and mission-driven people to help us enable the world’s teams to work together effortlessly.

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