About Carda

Carda Health is building the world’s first patient-centered virtual heart clinic. We started with cardiac rehab because only 10% of qualifying Americans attend, resulting in complications for patients and at least $190B in costs to the US health system. Our leading heart rehab clinic allows patients to complete engaging, compassionate, and life-saving care from home. We now work with some of America’s largest and top-ranked hospitals and most innovative insurers. We are fortunate to be backed by some of the best investors in the business who have also backed the likes of Livongo, Mammoth Biosciences, and Ro to name a few.

Carda is a team of clinicians, mathematicians, repeat entrepreneurs, and engineers. And one recovering financier. Our united belief is that technology and data, when applied ethically and compassionately, can transform individuals’ lives and fundamentally change even the most entrenched industries. Carda was founded by Harry and Andrew, two friends from Wharton who share a family history of heart disease and personal experience with cardiac rehab.

Who are you?

Designing experiences for seniors managing chronic conditions requires an empathetic, patient-focused mindset. You are motivated to understand our patient’s challenges and are excited by a high level of autonomy in an unstructured environment. You are well-versed in design systems and have a demonstrated ability to partner with product and engineering teams to define a roadmap based on key patient needs. You understand and are motivated by the impact design and patient experience has on the broader company goals of delivering quality patient care and expanding access to life-changing therapies.

What will you do?

At Carda we obsess over the patient experience. As our Product Design/Interaction Design Lead, you are responsible for driving and executing a product design process that creates a wonderful patient experience. You will work closely with our Product team, Engineering team and other stakeholders to define problems, opportunities and solutions to inform your design work across many mediums including our patient facing iOS app, provider portal front-end web app, physical products and wearables and the way these interact to create the holistic patient experience. Your work will directly flow into and further shape Carda as a fast growing digital health company.

In a little more detail:

  • Shape the product strategy together with our product and engineering team
  • Drive the iterative design process of product features from end-to-end, including ideation, sketching, low- & high fidelity prototyping, user testing, and final UI design
  • Bring consistency of visual language to all our platforms and products while considering the specificity of the environment
  • Create user blueprints, information architecture documents and primary flows
  • Help create and define our design systems
  • Conduct patient interviews to understand our patient population and their needs
  • Partner with our engineering team to run a smooth design hand off
  • Help to establish a patient-centered design culture within the company

What we look for

  • 5+ years of design experience working as a full-stack product designer responsible for UI and UX
  • You have strong experience working along iterative design processes in a fast-paced environment with little direction
  • You enjoy collaborating and working in a cross-functional, multidisciplinary team
  • You are able to take effective short-cuts to help the team launch MVPs quickly, and test hypotheses to inform further iterations
  • You have an impressive portfolio showcasing both conceptual interaction design work as well as a clear understanding of typography, simplicity and visual design
  • You are skilled in cross-platform design matters (including mobile, web, email)

Bonus points

  • Experience working as a product designer in digital health

Next steps

If you're interested in the role, please email your LinkedIn profile and resume to jobs [at] cardahealth.com. If this doesn’t seem right for you, but you know a good candidate, please forward this along.