Consumer Reports, Inc.

Senior UX/UI Designer

Job Locations US-NY-NY | US-NY-Yonkers | US-DC-Washington | US-CA-San Francisco | US-TX-Austin
Digital/Video/Social Media


Each month, Consumer Reports’ award-winning journalism, product reviews, and service guidance attracts millions of members and new visitors to our website. We are a unique nonprofit membership organization that focuses on helping consumers and changing the marketplace through education and advocacy work. 


We’re looking for a talented Sr. UX/UI Designer to help refine the experience for our 2 million+ digital members as we improve and expand our member benefits and personalization experience. You will report to the Director, UX Design and work alongside our digital teams. 


Under our CRFlex program, this is a hybrid position that is eligible for remote work.



How You'll Make and Impact:



Your design talents and digital technology acumen will help us ideate, launch, and grow digital products that help consumers in the critical areas of personal finance, data privacy, home management and safety.  You’ll work side by side with our marketers, product and user research teams to first identify and then solve for key user problem spaces by designing fast and iterative prototypes to communicate and market possible experiences.  If you thrive in turning research into actionable insights and take pride in advocating for the user, we’d love to hear from you. 



You’ll Be Highly Rated If:


  • You have a relevant degree.  You have earned your Bachelor’s degree in a related field.
  • You have experience in fast-paced design environments. You have worked for five or more years at an agency or website business.
  • You are familiar with user-experience best practices and have a proven track record in usable interfaces.
  • You can keep pace with agile methods and thrive within a team environment.
  • You have experience designing for adaptive and responsive frameworks.
  • You bring a strong visual sense and sound judgment to your design work and have a strong background in design principles and typography.
  • You are web-tech savvy! You have working knowledge of HTML, and various web technologies and are familiar with industry standard UX/UI programs.

 You must submit a link to your portfolio in order to be considered for this position.





Our Commitment to Fair Pay:

At Consumer Reports, we are committed to fair, transparent pay and we strive to provide competitive, market-informed compensation. The target salary range for this position is $125,000-$145.000. It is anticipated that most qualified candidates will fall near the middle of this range. Compensation for the successful candidate will be informed by the candidate’s particular combination of knowledge, skills, competencies and experience. Salary ranges for union positions are determined by collective bargaining agreement with the NewsGuild of New York.


Consumer Reports is an independent, nonprofit organization dedicated to a fair and just marketplace for consumers. Our team is made up of truth tellers, change agents, and consumer advocates who investigate and build coalitions to fight for fairness and justice in the marketplace. We leverage our evidence-based approach to demand safer products, a healthier environment, and equitable services for everyone.

Our mission starts with you. We offer medical benefits from that start on your first day as a CR employee that include behavioral health coverage and unlimited sick days. There’s also generous family planning benefits and a generous 401K match (10%!). Learn more about how CR’s advocates for strong benefits on behalf of their employees here:

Consumer Reports proudly seeks to build a richly diverse workforce by hiring people with a diversity of thoughts, identities, perspectives, and experiences that help advance the difference we make for consumers, and by ensuring our people experience equity and inclusion in their work lives. We encourage members of traditionally underrepresented communities to apply, including women, LGBTQIA people, people of color, and people with disabilities.


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