EnergySavvy is a rapidly growing software company that’s changing the way people, businesses and utilities think about energy efficiency. We take a fanatical focus on happy customers add a healthy dose of great UX and put it all on top of a rapidly iterated set of technologies and algorithms. We’re proud of what we’ve created so far but we want to get even bigger and better. To do that, we need you.
We’re not looking for a graphic designer to combine a generic UI toolkit with stock photos of light bulbs. To succeed in this position, you need to have an opinionated perspective on application UX and understand how to turn those opinions into reality by iteratively working with a software team. Our products take complex concepts like energy and complicated workflows and simplify them to delight our users.
Turn on your left brain for a moment to process what you’ll be doing when you get here:
We understand that good design is above all else pragmatic and you should as well. On the flip side, if you feel physical pain when you see an element that’s clearly off by a pixel and have an overwhelming urge to just fix it, you’ll fit right in.
Here’s what else we’re looking for:
If you’ve been a design leader before then you know how fun it can be and EnergySavvy is an excellent opportunity to use your skills for more than just the next social twitter widget on top of a facebook feed. If you haven’t, this is a great chance to step up and own the design aspects of a rapidly growing startup. Or you could always do a tour at an agency designing the website for Bob’s Honda and Chevrolet of Quahog. They want more dazzle from your designs… And make their logo bigger.
EnergySavvy is a Seattle-based software company focused on energy efficiency. EnergySavvy’s flagship product, Optix, is an energy efficiency management system that helps utilities achieve their cost-effective savings goals. Optix drives program success by engaging customers, streamlining stakeholder interactions and providing real-time analytics.