Designer - The Human Diagnosis Project - San Francisco

The Human Diagnosis Project (also referred to as “Human Dx” or “the Project”) is a worldwide effort, created with and led by the global medical community, to build an open intelligence system that maps the steps to help any patient. By combining the collective intelligence of medical professionals and trainees with machine learning, Human Dx intends to enable more accurate, affordable, and accessible care for all. The Project’s creation and development has been inspired by other civilization-scale scientific projects (e.g., the International Space Station, the Large Hadron Collider at CERN, and the Human Genome Project) and open technology efforts (e.g., Wikipedia, Linux, and the Internet Protocol Suite).

Ideal candidates will:

  • Generate clear ideas, concepts, and designs for creative assets, from beginning to end.
  • Proactively collaborate with other designers to ensure a consistent and integrated identity and user experience.
  • Develop digital assets for our product and other digital mediums, such as icons, colors, typefaces, textures, etc.
  • Support efforts to create a timeless Design Guide.
  • Help create and refine presentation materials such as decks, flyers, etc.
  • Present visual materials so that information is easy to read, easy to understand, and easy to find.

Ideal candidates have:

  • A bachelor’s degree (or higher), or equivalent experience in the graphic design field.
  • 1+ years of professional experience in designing brand identities, grid systems, presentation materials, and digital products.
  • The ability to develop and refine ideas to create a highly designed visual experience.
  • Able to to work on multiple projects and deliver refined designs in a short timeframe.
  • Proficient in Adobe, Sketch, Invision, and other relevant design tools.
  • Experience working and thriving in early-stage organizations and/or other resource-constrained environments.
  • Eagerness to join a high-performance institution and continually advance their knowledge and skills through self-reflection and feedback.
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