Product Designer Jobs in Web3

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Tel Aviv, Israel

$120k - $220k


New York, NY, United States

$80k - $220k

Betsson Group


$120k - $200k

Ramp Network


$65k - $100k


Lisbon, Portugal

$80k - $225k

Chainlink Labs


$125k - $250k


New York, NY, United States

$160k - $200k


Palo Alto, CA, United States

$143k - $181k



$90k - $140k

Hiro Systems


$150k - $180k


London, United Kingdom


New York, NY, United States

$100k - $200k

Cash App

New York, NY, United States

$202k - $247k



$180k - $250k


Singapore, Singapore

$36k - $60k


Hong Kong, Hong Kong

$36k - $60k

Together Labs

United States

$88k - $125k

Tephra Labs

New York, NY, United States

Singapore, Singapore

$65k - $140k

Fortress Financial Technologies

Austin, TX, United States

$65k - $100k


Los Angeles, CA, United States

$80k - $185k

Motley Labs


$80k - $185k

Delta One ( Barrick Annd Thee Elite's)

Palo Alto, CA, United States

$80k - $200k


New York, NY, United States

$90k - $225k

Sense Finance

United States

$80k - $200k

$120k - $220k*
Location: Tel Aviv-Yafo, Tel Aviv District, Israel

Founded in 2018 and already valued at over $8 billion, Fireblocks is a SaaS platform that helps companies to create innovative products on the blockchain and manage day-to-day crypto operations. Fireblocks is trusted by some of the largest financial institutions, banks, globally-recognized brands, and Web3 companies in the world, including BNY Mellon, BNP Paribas, ANZ Bank, Revolut, and thousands more, to securely scale digital asset operations through the Fireblocks Network and MPC-based wallet infrastructure. We have offices in New York, London, Tel Aviv, and Singapore, and we are continuing to expand our teams to reach new customers globally.

We’re looking for Senior Product Designer who can lead a product unit, bringing new solutions to complicated problems through product thinking and professional courage.


  • 4+ years of experience in product design of highly-complex systems.
  • Demonstrable application of deliberate design in your work and an eye for small details.
  • Knowledge of each step of the design process and the versatility to apply them.
  • An understanding of how to work with and influence a design system.
  • Proficiency at scoping and estimating efforts accurately, prioritizing tasks & goals independently, and rapidly producing deliverables.
  • Bachelor's degree in human-computer interaction, design, UX, or a related discipline.

The Senior Product Designer will join a friendly and innovative design team that delivers state-of-the-art experience.

Fireblocks' mission is to enable every business to easily and securely access digital assets and cryptocurrencies. In order to do that, we strongly believe our workforce should be as diverse as our clients, and this is why we embrace diversity and inclusion in all its forms. 

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What does a product designer do?

A product designer is responsible for creating and designing the physical and visual aspects of a product, with the aim of enhancing its functionality, usability, and aesthetics

This involves a broad range of tasks, such as researching and analyzing customer needs, designing user interfaces, creating sketches and prototypes, testing and refining designs, and collaborating with cross-functional teams to ensure the final product meets the intended user needs and business goals

A product designer must have a deep understanding of design principles, materials, manufacturing processes, and technological advancements in order to create products that are both innovative and functional

They must also have excellent communication skills, as they work closely with engineers, marketing teams, and other stakeholders to ensure that the product is developed on time, within budget, and meets the desired quality standards

Product designers work in a variety of industries, such as consumer electronics, furniture, automotive, fashion, and healthcare, to name a few

They may work for large corporations, small businesses, or as freelance designers, and often collaborate with other designers, engineers, and manufacturers to bring their designs to life

In web3, a product designer is responsible for designing and creating decentralized applications (dApps) and other products that leverage blockchain technology, smart contracts, and decentralized networks

This involves understanding the unique technical and functional requirements of web3 products, as well as the principles of decentralization, transparency, and user ownership

Web3 product designers need to be familiar with blockchain technology, smart contract programming languages, and decentralized networks, in order to design products that can operate effectively in a decentralized environment

They need to be able to work with developers and other stakeholders to ensure that the product is designed in a way that maximizes user control and ownership, while minimizing the potential for fraud or malicious activity

Web3 product designers may work on a range of products, such as decentralized finance (DeFi) platforms, non-fungible token (NFT) marketplaces, decentralized social networks, and more

They may also work closely with blockchain developers, economists, and other specialists to create products that are both innovative and practical, while maintaining a strong focus on user experience.