Whiz is building the flagship fintech app for teenagers in Indonesia. From payments to budgeting, earning pocket money to savings - we are bringing practical experiences of money management to teenagers in order to raise a financially literate generation starting today, for tomorrow.
We are backed by Y Combinator, the #1 accelerator from Silicon Valley that also backed Airbnb, Dropbox, Ajaib and Xendit. We're looking for an extraordinary Freelance Visual Designer who is passionate about designing and delivering messaging to the users.
What you will do:
- Generating ideas for new visual design concepts and prototypes
- Clarifying the assigned design project scope, including its goals, requirements, and expectations
- Translating accurate visualisations from design concepts based on communicated requirements
- Creating creative materials across wide range of medias (static banner, video, gif, etc)
- Sharing input on overall creative direction of campaign / initiative
- Collaborate with the team to ensure consistency of designs across various media outlets
- Executing sketch, prototypes, visualisations, and mockups design needed by the engineers for development
- Create visualisation of user journey using methods and tools such as user flows / storyboard / illustration
What you need to have:
- Portfolio that showcases visual design craft (and its application of visual communication design principles) with some level of understanding of the Human Centered Design methodology (along with its methods and tools), willingness to learn and iterate, and passionate about design and storytelling
- Strong integrity, professionalism, and code of conduct
- Able to multitask, work independently and is result oriented
Whiz (YC W22) is the first Fintech for Teenagers in Indonesia. We help teens kickstart their money management journey early in life. Our founders come from Facebook, OvO, BCG and private equity. We are the first and only Indonesian startup that is part of two top accelerators: Sequoia Surge (#1 Asia) and Y Combinator (#1 Silicon Valley).
Did you wish that you learned about money management when you were younger? Right now, financial literacy is not a mandatory topic taught in schools, and many parents are unsure how to talk about money with their teenagers.
From payments to budgeting, earning pocket money to savings - we are bringing practical experiences of money management to teenagers in order to raise a financially literate generation starting today, for tomorrow.