Spatial Data Visualization UI Designer

We are searching for a brilliant Spatial Data Visualization UI Designer  who is passionate about protecting our water and creating vibrant communities, thrives with remote work, and integrates perfectly with our team. You have excellent design skills and you are an expert at how to architect and implement intuitive designs at both the component and application level.

You will be joining a small team, so communication skills are paramount. Being able to explain your work to environmental engineers, salespeople, scientists, and customers is all part of the job.

Every decision you make at StormSensor is impactful, and you have a voice in design, architecture, and implementation.

About You

You are an analytical and creative designer who can grasp user needs and solve problems, and you work thoroughly yet efficiently. We expect you will analyze, evaluate, and draw upon UX/UI designs utilized across other industries and verticals to help StormSensor meet and exceed the expectations of its customers at every touchpoint and interaction. We have focused on time-series data to date; now we’re branching into spatial analytics; your deep understanding of spatial data visualization is critical. We will want to see your portfolio of creative and successful UI projects.

In addition, you are:

  • Motivated and determined to do great work. You don’t need to be micromanaged, and you manage your time well.
  • An excellent communicator with strong written and verbal communication skills.
  • A deeply experienced designer. You’ve built, shipped, and supported at least three majorprojects.
  • A mentor. You can communicate collaboratively with everyone about it.
  • Able to ask for and accept feedback gracefully and effectively.
  • Excited to work with a startup and understand that our customers drive our success.
  • Egoless (or at least as much as is reasonable for a human to be). You’ll make mistakes, you’ll fix mistakes, you won’t judge others’ mistakes, and you’ll grow from each experience.


  • Analyze and meet product specifications and user expectations
  • Support the product owners with concept and usability testing and gathering feedback
  • Use special personas based on user research results
  • Build wireframes, mockups, and prototypes around customer needs
  • Help solve UX problems, such as usability or discoverability, using creative and best-in-classoptions
  • Discuss design ideas and prototypes with product owners and developers
  • Collaborate to design the information architecture structure for new features
  • Stay informed about competitor products and industry trends


  • 6+ years’ experience of professional work as a UI Designer
  • Experience working with climate and water data is a huge bonus!
  • Experience in complex spatial data visualization
  • Experience with design software (Sketch or similar, we use Figma) and a solid portfolio of design projects
  • Experience using and implementing Google’s Material Design kit
  • Excellent knowledge of interaction design
  • Basic knowledge of information architecture
  • Familiarity with Scrum
  • Experience in project management
  • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills with business-oriented approach
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills
  • Self-motivated and reliable with excellent time management and organizational skills: we can count on you, and you can count on us to do our jobs and support each other.


  • U.S. work authorization

Benefits & Perks

  • Salary DOE
  • Monthly health insurance stipend
  • Unlimited paid time off
  • Remote work + tight team
  • Passionate, collaborative, and generally awesome co-workers
  • Coming October 1: comprehensive benefits, including company-sponsored health insurance


To apply, please send your CV and Resume to with “Spatial Data Visualization UI Designer” in the subject line.

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