Senior Product Designer

HBC founded in 1670 has a rich heritage of retail innovation and is the parent company to some of the worlds most influential brands including Saks Fifth Avenue, Lord & Taylor, Gilt, and The Bay. Our UX design and product teams work across site, mobile, and physical stores to create seamless shopping experiences and help shape the future of retail.

We are looking for a well rounded Senior Product Designer who can leverage their skills across UX, interaction, and visual design to create thoughtful customer centric experiences. We like to keep our team on the smaller side so you can lead projects and feel connected to the entire customer experience.


  • Lead, define, and communicate the design direction using appropriate tools to describe intent. This includes: research, sketches, workflows, wireframes, interaction specifications, prototypes

  • Collaborate with multiple teams and initiatives- advocating for the best design for our customers

  • Create user-centered designs by considering site analytics, customer feedback, and research findings that meet measurable business objectives in a timely, shippable manner

  • Lead design reviews and bring inspiring ideas and motivation into an energetic and collaborative team

  • Inspire teammatesby providing thoughtful feedback and support for various projects

Technical competencies

  • Proficiency with the latest design and prototyping tools (Sketch, Invision, Flinto, InDesign, Illustrator), research methods, and UX strategies

  • Presentation skills

  • Influence design process and methodologies

  • Ability to tackle complex design problems


  • 5-7 years of experience working in UX, UI, or Interaction Design

  • A strong portfolio which demonstrates problem solving in the various phases of user-centered design across desktop and mobile.

  • Work effectively and collaboratively with multiple internal teams autonomously

  • Able to present their designs in a clear and effective manner

  • Passionate for great design and user experience

  • Comfort working independently, with minimal direction

  • Experience with user research