User Experience Designer

As a User Experience Designer at Data Theorem, your main focus will be creating user-friendly features across our suite of web-based products that help developers and security people identify and fix security issues in their applications. You will be expected to collaborate cross-functionally to guide new features from ideation to implementation, gather feedback and actionable insights from users, and continuously improve and refine the usability and aesthetics of the Data Theorem experience for security teams around the globe.

The position is based in Palo Alto, California where you will be joining Data Theorem’s core product team as the second UX hire. This is an excellent opportunity to be a key member of a small, talented team, and to create elegant user experiences that solve real-world problems with a personal touch. The work atmosphere will be very relaxed but your work and contributions will have a tremendous, direct impact on the company and products.

About Data Theorem

Data Theorem is the industry leader in automated mobile and modern application security. Our proprietary Analyzer Engine automatically scans and detects security and privacy issues in mobile and modern web applications, allowing our clients (companies like Microsoft, Netflix, Blue Shield, Aetna, JP Morgan Chase, American Express, and Verizon) to provide secure applications for over 2.8 billion users worldwide. Learn more at

  • Portfolio of UX projects
  • Significant experience designing user experiences
  • Significant experience gathering and drawing insights from user feedback
  • Significant experience with Sketch / Figma / Omnigraffle / Balsamiq / Axure / Adobe Creative Suite (or similar design tools)
  • Some experience with HTML/CSS/Javascript development
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Palo Alto, CA

Job type


Experience level

Junior, Mid-level, Senior


User Experience Designer


Figma, Sketch, Adobe Creative Suite, HTML/CSS

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