Roost, a VC-backed San Francisco-based sharing economy startup, is in need of semi-regular landing page designs from an intermediate-to-expert Unbounce designer.
(Don't judge us by the look of our website ... we know it's crap. It's still in beta but is slated to launch the new functionality / look in early February.)
Projects are generally aimed at recruiting customers who have a spare parking spot or some other kind spare space in their homes and would like to use our platform (the first of its kind) to rent it out to a nice neighbor who lives nearby.
We've historically focused on the SF Bay Area, but have recently expanded to the Los Angeles, New York, Chicago and D.C. markets after a particularly strong Q4 2015. This is a very exciting time for us but we are, unsurprisingly, understaffed. We need someone to help us iterate our landing experiences quickly and tailor them toward market-specific needs.
What we need from you:
- 1-to-3 variants per project
- ...and that's it
We will provide:
- the spirit / theme of the project
- specific content or the project
- Unbounce account
- any artwork / photography needed by you
- integration into our CRM (meaning all you have to do is design and then run away)
We get over 75% of our visits from mobile devices because we focus on major metropolitan areas. As such, designers who can demonstrate an ability to produce compelling / converting mobile designs will move to the top of the list quite quickly.
Why don't we do this in-house? We normally do, but the individual (me) who does it is crazy busy with other stuff and getting around to designs all too often falls to the bottom of the list. We're launching nationally within the next month or so and this is likely to get worse, which is why we need someone we can tap in on an as-needed basis!
If we like each other, you're probably looking at 1-2 projects every couple of weeks if you feel like sticking around. We're easy-going clients with an "I'm not going to tell you how to do your job" type of attitude (I ran an ad agency once upon a time, so ... I know how I liked to be treated!)
SERIOUS APPLICANTS SHOULD SEND URLs TO UNBOUNCE PAGES THEY HAVE DESIGNED. If you can't beat my work - which isn't hard to do - you will not be considered for the position:
I'm also a bit of a data freak, so folks who can talk turkey about conversion rates, lessons-learned, and any other data-driven decision-making examples will also catch my attention.