Director of Design - Humble Bundle

Product Management San Francisco, California


Position at Humble Bundle

Humble Bundle sells games, ebooks, software, and other digital content. Our mission is to support charity while providing awesome content to customers at great prices. We launched in 2010 with a single two-week Humble Indie Bundle, but we have humbly grown into a store full of games and bundles, a subscription service, a game publisher, and more. We have raised $176 million for charity and counting. And we now have over 400,000 subscribers to our Humble Choice

Humble Bundle is hiring a Director, Product Design to lead its design team! We're looking for someone excited to build elegant products in a fast paced environment. Our team needs an experienced Product Design Director who is excited to partner up with our product, engineering, and marketing teams to define a new direction for Humble Bundle. 

Key Responsibilities

  • Develop and communicate a clear and compelling design vision

  • Execute the design vision in partnership with cross-functional teams

  • Build, mentor, and lead a world-class team of product designers

  • Work hands-on and be comfortable rolling up your sleeves and working on specific projects as necessary

  • Be an advocate for our customers to grow the Humble business


  • 10+ years experience in product design

  • 5+ years experience building and leading teams of Product Designers

  • Experience leading cross-site teams and outsourcing

  • Has shipped numerous web, mobile, and client products

  • Experience prototyping client, web, and mobile responsive designs

  • Proficiency with Sketch, Adobe XD, Adobe Illustrator, and Adobe Photoshop

  • Experience in the gaming industry is a plus

  • Experience in ecommerce is a plus

Successful Candidates will

  • Have a portfolio with visually appealing, and well explained UX/UI/interaction designs

  • Be enthusiastic about growing and developing a diverse team of designers

  • Demonstrate a well-rounded understanding of information architecture

  • Have great taste and aesthetic sensibilities

  • Be able to communicate your ideas and concepts to stakeholders

  • Be comfortable turning customer problems into delightful experiences

  • Work through business ambiguity to create clear design direction

  • Demonstrate a deep-seated awareness of what makes a great product user experience

  • Humbly listen, clearly articulate positions, and advocate for design across the company

Pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance, we will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records.