Motion team PDP

This page contains the different roles within the Motion Design path. Choose the relevant role you want to learn about. You can also enter the “Professional Path” to access the relevant skills and resources (coming soon!). 🔙

Choose the roles

Motion Designer
Experienced Motion Designer
Senior Motion Designer
Expert Motion Designer
IC Path
Design Lead
Senior Design Lead
Design Principle
Management Path
Team Lead
Senior Team Lead/Group lead
Group Manager
Design Director
Design VP

Choose the competencies

All
Independence and complexity
High execution
Making an impact
Culture fit
Leadership and ownership

Motion Designer

Professional Path

Entry level, up to one year. Understand design and motion basics and execution. Can take well defined projects and execute them within the monday values, look and feel.

Independence and complexity

Executes well defined tasks fast and with minimum iterations. Understand the whole funnel, know the KPI’s and performance of every project.

Behaviors

  • Manages time independently
  • Shows fast and consistent learning curve
  • Solves challenges independently
  • Self learner
High execution

Fast execution that meets deadlines. Follows the brand and style guide while creating designs and animations within industry standards.

Behaviors

  • Receives and implements feedback
  • Can execute “pixel perfect” designs and animations (hierarchy, composition, animations, ect…)
Making an impact

Strives to make a positive impact and excels in the deliverables.

Behaviors

  • Can get feedback and iterate according to it to create a winning project

  • Able to create consistent impact

  • Positive promoter with a can-do approach

Culture fit

Winning and making an impact.

Behaviors

  • Approachable
  • Taking accountability
  • Egoless
Leadership and ownership

Takes full responsibility of their part in the projects A-Z, including QAing their projects.

Behaviors

  • Communicates challenges and raises flags on time
  • Understands project objectives (why we are doing what we are doing, how can we win…) and act accordingly

Experienced Motion Designer

Professional Path

Can take projects from A-Z while knowing when and how to raise flags. Leads medium-sized projects and takes part in complex core projects. 

Experience required in this role before getting promoted to the next level: Working in different set of dynamics, gaining experience on any type of team – while continue to bring excellent execution. Leading cross-design initiative.

Extra duties: Buddy, cross design initiatives, portfolio overviews

Independence and complexity

Understands and takes part in all parts of the process – from concept and script to implementation and performance. Has full understanding of the channel KPI’s and metrics.

Behaviors

  • Plays a significant part on core team projects
  • Copes with multiple areas of responsibilities
  • Leads small to medium projects end to end
  • Identifies problematic tasks and communicates about them on time
  • Conducts research and writes briefs
  • Suggests and implements actions to meet plans and deadlines
  • Prioritizes daily tasks
High execution

Takes full ownership on craftsmanship and execution. Masters the monday craftsmanship values and thinking framework.

Behaviors

  • Receives and implements feedback
  • Brings design and motion solutions to the table with the design values and consistency in mind
  • Understands reviews quickly and implements changes properly, knowing when and where to ask for reviews.
  • Performs motion reviews
Making an impact

Makes data-driven decisions. Constantly measures their tasks impact, checks the data and makes changes to their actions accordingly.

Behaviors

  • Focuses on what’s important; doesn’t get distracted by things that will not push us forward
  • Able to consistently make sure their tasks are prioritized based on the company goals
  • Knows where to invest more time and where things should be done fast, can transform complex designs into simplicity and impact
Culture fit

Is a problem solver, supports others, promotes mutual help. Engages communication with all stakeholders, can collaborate with everyone.

Behaviors

  • Communicates their progress in a clear and methodical way
  • Gives feedback in a constructive and engaging way
  • Proactively requests assistance when needed
  • Learn from feedback and implements it in all their work (present and future) 
Leadership and ownership

Positive promoter — helps the team succeed as a team. Can get people to join and help with their projects.

Behaviors

  • Gives feedback in a constructive way that will help teammates move forward
  • Finds solutions to help a project move forward fast and with high energy
  • Knows where to get help when needed
  • Is on top of things after passing the ball

Senior Motion Designer

Professional Path

Leader and influencer in the design team and the entire company. Can take many missions upon themself. Knows and dictates the monday design language and values. Leads core projects and takes part in company-wide goals. This is a core role with a wide range of growth within itself.

Experience required in this role before getting promoted to the next level: Gains a strategic overview of different angels of monday, leads in different dynamics and challenges. Leads projects beyond the “design” angel, from a business owner eyes.

Extra duties: Trainer, lead cross-design projects, perform design review, interviews.

Independence and complexity

Plays a significant part on the team core projects. Has deep understanding of the business goals and company efforts, also of all the metrics and KPI’s and knows how to implement it to their work.

Behaviors

  • Can cope with multiple areas of responsibilities
  • Can lead big projects end to end
  • Take significant part in every part of the process
  • Identifies problematic tasks and communicates them on time
  • Conducts research and writes briefs
  • Suggests and implement actions to meet plan and deadlines
High execution

Responsible and accountable to the craftsmanship  and execution in their domain.

Behaviors

  • Their products and their way of work will inspire the rest of the design on monday and will help shape and develop the design 
  • Able to bring design solutions to the table with the design values and consistency in mind
Making an impact

Focuses the team on easy, fast, and effective solutions while maintaining an high standard product and looking at the long-term goals and progress.

Behaviors

  • Taking responsibility and accountability in bringing their “work domain” into colossal business success and helping shape the strategy to get there
  • Gets the team to focus and execute in an effective and consistent beat 
  • Taking responsibility for the team’s progress and reaching their goals
  • Creates vision and foundation for the design team 
Culture fit

Manifesting the company values, affecting personal and others in an efficient manner . The ability to communicate and collaborate with diverse peers, management, and stakeholders.

Behaviors

  • Characterized consistency as a solid rock, an independent engine, regardless of the day
  • Understands the high-level context and apply it to the day-to-day
  • Can take part in technical conversations and translate it into design solutions
Leadership and ownership

Their behavior and actions turn them into the professional go-to . Taking part and positively affecting the decision-making in their team.

Behaviors

  • Mentors and supports others 
  • Shaping processes that affect others 
  • The ability to trigger and drive changes in who we are and how we work

Expert Motion Designer

Professional Path

This role is not mandatory. It’s a short and experimental role in which the designer can explore managerial ownership and IC projects. This role will determine (both by the Designer and the Company) the following career path: Managerial or IC. This role has quick feedback loops between the manager and the designer in order to experience and gain trust with the next role.

Extra duties: Cross-group review, mentoring, taking group execution ownership, cross-domain project leadership, Lectures and retro review.

Experience required in this role before getting promoted to the next level:

  • Successfully achieving all the checkpoints that were set to become a TL/ IC
  • Deciding with the manager on the next career path

Design Lead

Professional Path

Holds the complexity of either multiple domains with a common area or a domain with deep complexity. Enabler of critical projects, champion of the design excellence and the design depth of their domain.

Extra duties: Part of the design extended leadership forums, leads cross-design projects, mentors designers

Experience required in this role before getting promoted to the next level:

  • Leads a complex project A-Z with multiple stakeholders
  • Mentors 3-4 designers and see them progress and move forward
  • Leads long-term efforts within the design guild
Independence and complexity

Leads design execution of large and complex efforts. Breaks down into concerns and areas of volatility, provides high-level solutions, and hands it off to the team.

Behaviors

  • Tackles the most complex challenges in the design and teach other designer how to do so as well
  • Leads the research in new efforts within their domain
  • Reduces complexity, makes complex and challenging tasks achievable and down to earth
  • Can bring fast solutions and tackle challenges in real-time while taking all aspects under consideration
High execution

Can manage any type of project and bring it to production. Able to independently perform deep massive changes with speed while maintaining high quality.

Behaviors

  • Knows how to create a solution that is easy to develop and bring to production
  • Can lead research projects and bring actionable conclusions
  • Knows how to create a design that is part of an holistic language / deign principles
  • Integral part in defining the group’s design vision
  • Detects design opportunities and gaps in the group level, and leads handling them
  • Holds deep knowledge of the design system/brand book and how to use it
  • Provides design guidance in specific areas
Making an impact

Manages to inspire their team through planning, context building and setting aspirational goals, creates a setup for people to excel. Has a great halo effect that translates to people growth, drives deep design understanding, standards improvements and better focus on the most impactful points in every team/project they’re part of

Behaviors

  • Functions as a seed for new efforts that requires laying deep foundations, a unique design and/or massive amount of work
  • Triggers and drives our design evolution steps before we break in a way that improves our design day-to-day
  • Helps others with finding creative solutions to design problems in a way that maximizes their impact
  • Highly productive, manage to deliver significant progress, consistently
  • Solves problems that most others can’t, ones that were assumed as “impossible to crack” – makes things happen
  • Impacts other domains on a day to day basis, a go to person in various areas, drives cross domain efforts
Culture fit

Team communication engine. Promotes monday’s culture in their day to day actions and decisions, sets an example in their actions that promotes our core values and principles. 

Behaviors

  • Drives strong enthusiasm and a ‘can do’ attitude to achieving results for employees – creating a winner state of mind
  • Recognizes and puts emphasis on actions that drive our culture
  • Creates a safe place to talk
Leadership and ownership

Stakeholders management – can effectively communicate and set expectations with multiple stakeholders across the organization over a predefined goalץ

Behaviors

  • Helps to resolve conflicts and produces a positive outcome
  • Reviews and guides other designers with in the domain
  • Leads other by action and professional acknowledgment- professional go to

Senior Design Lead

Professional Path

Professional anchor of a cross-domain area, has a significant influence on practices, go-to for multiple teams across the design, leading various projects simultaneously.

Extra duties: Part of the design extended leadership forums, leads cross-design projects, mentor designers, initiate new projects / domains, can lead non-designers within projects

Experience required in this role before getting promoted to the next level:

  • Lead a domain / open new domain
  • Mentor non designers and designers
  • Lead self initiatives that brought impact to the company
Independence and complexity

Breaks down into concerns and areas of volatility, provides high-level solutions, and hands it off to the team. Can perform complex long term planning.

Behaviors

  • Can handle very complex challenges independently, breaking walls with near zero guidance
  • Designs and executes major projects / changes that affect the entire ecosystem in the design or within the Product / Marketing
  • Leads design execution of tremendous and complex efforts
High execution

Holds design expertise that impacts multiple groups. Brings deep knowledge from other disciplines (product/business…) into their group.

Behaviors

  • Safety net for owner-less projects and forums – has context and can dive right in
  • Identifies gaps and initiates solutions
  • Making sure everyone brings data driven decisions into the design table
Making an impact

Shapes our design culture and defines new principles and methods that are adopted to the day to day in the design.

Behaviors

  • Solving design issues end to end with a full ecosystem (deep understanding of the problem, cracking a solution, rollout, documentation, follow up till it’s 100%)
  • Shares monday practices and solutions to the outside world
  • Manages to be the one who fills significant gaps in the design level, regardless of the type of the task
  • Can solve any problem in any domain, regardless of its extent, complexity, etc
  • Functions as a seed for new efforts that requires laying deep foundations, a unique design and/or massive amount of work
Culture fit

Evaluates own performance and takes responsibility for the outcomes of decisions made in their domain. Recognizes points that requires interference and manages to get to the root cause and drive a resolution in the design.

Behaviors

  • Responsible for the success on non-direct reports from other disciplines
  • No task is beneath them
  • Prioritize tasks according to their impact and not according to their “prestige.” It makes everyone understand how important these tasks are
Leadership and ownership

Can independently communicate with different stakeholders in the organization and create alignment around the decisions and course of actions in their project.

Behaviors

  • Creates effective work relationships with people in the company with diverse personalities and skills
  • Can communicate a complex message and set the expectations with multiple stakeholders in the company

Design Principle

Professional Path

Makes a consistent unique impact through engineering. Brings the whole engineering of the company to a new level. Growing the next generation of tech leads. In charge of the most complex and impactful parts of the system/projects/products.

Extra duties: Part of the design extended leadership forums, leads cross design projects, mentor designers, initiate new projects/ domains, can lead non designers within projects.

Independence and complexity

Independently scopes, designs, and delivers solutions for large, complex challenges that involve multiple groups or affects wide areas in the design. Deep understanding of design concepts and best practices, knows how design systems and complex systems work and manages to apply this knowledge in their day-to-day actions.

Behaviors

  • Becomes a specialist in a field, fast and independently
  • Versatile in their skills, gets into complex areas with an exceptional learning curve
  • Organically involved in all of our strategic projects, the ones that lay foundations for the future
  • Applies a wide range of context in their considerations, is able to play different roles in the discussion, and easily jumps between low and high-level
  • Can handle very complex challenges independently, breaking walls with near zero guidance
High execution

Builds and defines craftsmanship guidelines in the design level. Proactively introduces industry solutions and concepts to solve design challenges.

Behaviors

  • Dives into any area and creates 10x wherever they land in the design
  • Identifies future challenges and addresses them in advance 
  • Elevates the entire design professional level
  • Challenges practices and paradigms in other disciplines of the group (product/business…)
Making an impact

Brings direct exceptional impact to the business by themselves, by leading significant projects & efforts. Leads the major parts of the system’s layout and hierarchy.

Behaviors

  • Escorts the design according to it, proactively makes it better
  • Identifies and establishes new landscapes and playgrounds for the entire design to get impact from
  • Brings unique value for multiple domains in across disciplines
  • Mentors other design leads, taking them for their next levels and multiply their impact
  • Identifies our next most critical cross design challenges. Finds solutions and implements them together with different teams in the design
  • Finds creative solutions that allows others to make exceptional progress in their projects
Culture fit

Creates a unique organizational culture. Drives actions that create a clear mission statement and manage to translate it to KPIs and goals in an engaging way.

Behaviors

  • The ability to trigger and drive changes in who we are and how we work
  • Recognizes points that requires interference and manages to get to the root cause and drive a resolution in the design
  • Proactively builds context and take actions in order to be up to date with what other groups are working on
  • Manages to challenge their own decisions
  • One that drives from deep understanding of the “why” by everyone in the team
  • Creates a trade-offs discussion in choosing new directions, uses the right arguments and ignores noises
Leadership and ownership

Initiate and define cross-design ongoing collaboration efforts.

Behaviors

  • Can convey non popular opinions in a sincere way with the appropriate context and framing
  • Builds methods and tools for communication, mentors managers on building inspiring and engaging messages 
  • Creates effective work relationships with people in the company with diverse personalities and skills

Team Lead

Professional Path

Leads a team of motion designers with Joint KPIs. They are responsible for developing the people on their team—in particular, mid-level and beginners. Responsible for quality, creativity and delivery of projects they are overseeing, along with revenue user satisfaction as well as for the team satisfaction and well being.

Extra duties: A member of the extended design leadership team, a member of the team leadership forums, and a member of cross-design projects.

Experience required in this role before getting promoted to the next level:

  • Creates a strong independent team that constantly deliver high quality and impactful execution
  • Showing ownership and responsibility on the team success, in all of it’s aspects and members
  • Showing real understanding and contribution to the domain success within its business while continuing to improve the design and craftsmanship
  • Wide managerial experience, with proven results of leading and guiding employees
Independence and complexity

Understands all domain aspects, and sets standards in every area – tech, business, marketing, product, craftsmanship.

Behaviors

  • Holds the entire team complexity from end to end 
  • Can plan a quarter’s roadmap, accounting for dependencies and pitfalls, analyze risks and complexities and build a setup for the execution
  • Creates a halo effect in the team – perceived as an excellent, winner and encourages others to be up to their level
High execution

Provides the right level of guidance and technical mentorship for people that maximize personal growth and productivity.

Behaviors

  • Responsible and accountable for the craftsmanship and execution in their team
  • Setting and tracking professional level, design standards – quality, consistency, craftsmanship and lovable experience
  • Getting to exceptional performance by leveraging design creativity, finding solutions that makes 10x progress
  • Creates a consistent, predictable beat of deliverables, that improves over time

 

Making an impact

Manages to inspire their team through planning, context building and setting aspirational goals, creates a setup for people to excel

Behaviors

  • Creates an execution beat and leads the delivery of impactful content with their team, consistently
  • Responds to changes in an effective and frictionless way and manages to push boundaries in creative ways, even in pressured times
  • Actively builds context that allows everyone in the team to make decisions in a way that maximizes impact
  • Celebrates impact, gives recognition to actions that matters based on their impact
Culture fit

Team communication engine. Creates a safe place to talk. Keeps all team members aligned with others work by creating a sharing environment.

Behaviors

  • Communicating clearly the intent behind their actions 
  • Establishes trust & honesty in personal communication channels 
  • Brings tensions to the surface, helps to resolve conflicts and produces a positive outcome
Leadership and ownership

*** Managerial roles have the ‘Leadership & Ownership’ vector in any aspect of their work, therefore they will not be written as a separate vector here.

Senior Team Lead/Group lead

Professional Path

Leads multiple efforts/owner of an extremely complex world in a group or directly in the design guild. Typically leads up to 12 designers, and can also lead (formal/informal) non-design functions. Responsible for the delivery and impact of the designers within different teams and KPIs. In collaboration with colleagues from other professions, leads the strategy and execution of their domain, ensuring the design outcome aligns with the design ecosystem.

Extra duties: A member of the extended design leadership team, a member of the team leadership forums, and a member of cross-design projects.

Experience required in this role before getting promoted to the next level:

  • Leads successful domain , with constant high beat and impactful progress
  • Establishing design leadership with in the team, empowering and leading designers to become a meaningful and influential part in their domains
  • Brining new initiative that bring impact, and leading them to success
  • Self evaluation, evaluation of their ecosystem, and generate changes and roadmap
  • Shown flexible mindset and adapting to changes in a positive way and with the ability to make the team embrace them
Independence and complexity

Can independently communicate with different stakeholders in the organization and create alignment around decisions and actions. Manages to rise above their domains land. Has a wide context about other domains and cross design challenges.

Behaviors

  • Controls the material of multiple/complex domains, manages to stay up to date and in control of the details and provide professional value in the day to day
  • Manages a diverse set of people, from different backgrounds and cultures
  • Can cope with profound people challenges (no need to adjust the team to the lead)
  • Onboards and mentors other functions in the domain
  •  Can quickly grasp new concepts, even if they’re not in their domain
High execution

Leads cross design initiatives while keeping all members involved and in sync towards common goal.

Behaviors

  • Creates a synergy between all stakeholders
  • Takes actions that promote all functions in the team
  • Builds coherent narratives for cross team goals
  • Can bring and communicate complex messages towards teams
Making an impact

Accountable for maximizing impact in their teams, find the right places to intervene on the day-to-day. Making sure the team meets all its key goals, consistently, regardless of the circumstances. Creating a major and noticeable impact every Q.

Behaviors

  • Generates new ideas, opportunities and innovations to drive continuous improvement and sustainable growth
  • Creates an impact-driven state of mind, that embraces changes and speed
  • Finds creative ways to meet exceptional goals
  • Consistently follows through and delivers on even difficult commitments, and challenges those who do not
  • Identifies and leads the biggest opportunities and promotes them within the group while keeping everyone engaged
Culture fit

Evaluates own performance and takes responsibility for the outcomes of decisions made in their domain. Creates and engage with a clear mission statement

Behaviors

  • Recognizes points that requires interference and manages to get to the root cause and drive a resolution in their teams
  • Responsible also for the success on non-direct reports from other disciplines
  • Manages to understand wide view considerations and take actions that puts these consideration in first priority
Leadership and ownership

*** Managerial roles have the ‘Leadership & Ownership’ vector in any aspect of their work, therefore they will not be written as a separate vector here.

Group Manager

Professional Path

A manager of managers/leads multiple teams with extremely complex world and accountability. Fully accountable for the entire group activities. Leading the group focus, execution speed , execution quality and cultural ‘can do’ approach. Addressing progress from all aspects Product, Culture, HR , technical. etc.

Extra duties: member of the design leadership team and the builders/ marketing/ops group leadership forum.

Independence and complexity

Transforming company vision into group-level Q goals, and working with group leadership to transform those into a coherent inspiring plan. An ambassador of the design leadership, can represent the department perspective, culture, and core values.

Behaviors

  • Controls the right level of details, knows the material in the different teams.
  • Mentors and guides managers and team members on every domain in the group and on every aspect: tech, craftsmanship, design, etc.
  • Proactively reduces the group’s complexity through design, processes and focus
  • Sets up controls and monitors it regularly, plans and executes a long-term strategy with key actions for coping with the constantly growing complexity as we scale
  • Can convey non-popular opinions in a sincere way with the appropriate context and framing, making other people understand the ‘why’
  • Builds methods and tools for communication, mentors managers on building inspiring and engaging messages
High execution

Accountable for the group’s design direction, executions, ecosystem consistency ,etc. Oversees and mentors the team and design leaders on the professional development plans they build for the team.

Behaviors

  • Keeps a high-level view and ensures that all group members are focused on the goals
  • Identifying group level professional gaps, trigger actions that drive improvement with design excellence in mind
  • Identifies and helps to solve beat and execution gaps within the group
  • Recruits and builds a team with a diverse set of skills, that allows the group to meet its goals, both short and long term
  • Ensures each person in the group is in a setup that drives to personal development
Making an impact

Identifies cross company opportunities and ensures alignment towards the optimal goal, drives company/product wide initiatives. Drives impact through team building (planning, setting goals, setting vibe/atmosphere, creating culture etc.).

Behaviors

  • Builds the high-level narrative which brings all group members towards a shared goal
  • Builds context and practical guidance to the leaders and members of the group which allows them to work independently (“loosely coupled, highly aligned”)
  • Sees all the design challenges as their own, acts upon what’s broken
  • Defines & refines group core and teams core, proactively puts core first with an extreme level of ownership 
  • “Impact through focus” – defines vision & mission to focus the teams on the “winning picture”
  • Drives the most impactful direction to ensure success, either personally or by assigning the right person on the job
  • “Impact through others” – manager of managers/leaders, amplifies impact via mentoring, directing and training; sees a “bigger picture” and ensures inbound and outbound context is shared
Culture fit

Drives to a design excellence atmosphere. Creates a culture of constant learning in a structured and consistent manner. Brings a contagious “can-do” approach to the day-to –day and drives a winner state of mind.

Behaviors

  • Accountable for the professional level of group members and the professional standards for the group
  • A driver of collaboration – both inbound and outbound. Sets an example in their interactions with the team, peers and management
  • Promotes a culture of openness and sincere and frequent feedback, where people have the best intentions in mind while providing feedback
  • Controls the details
  • Don’t just manage their team from the “high level” but get their hands dirty
  • Take monday values into practice in the group’s day-to-day. Transparent and inclusive in the way he operates, creates a strong sense of ‘We’ rather than ‘I’
  • Puts our users in the center, one that makes our users succeed with their challenges
  • Creates tools and setup that empowers others to take decisions, independently, while getting feedback from the real world 
  • Owns the “cross-concern”, breaks silos between teams and ensures no ball gets dropped 
Leadership and ownership

*** Managerial roles have the ‘Leadership & Ownership’ vector in any aspect of their work, therefore they will not be written as a separate vector here.

Design Director

Professional Path

Full accountability on a wide strategic pillar that contains multiple groups with variety of KPIs. Leads the group strategy and business KPI’s using design as its tool. Guides and mentors the groups leadership teams ( Product, Dev, Design) to success.

Extra duties: Mentor group leaders from different areas, lead and generate changes within the design guild take part in the builders/ marketing leadership forums and programs

Independence and complexity

Transforming company business KPI’S into new solutions and vision. Deep understanding of the market, the product and able to bring new opportunities to the table. 

Behaviors

  • Can guide and mentor high-level managers such as group managers
  • Can quickly grasp complex business opportunities, new ideas and other professions aspects and challenges
  • Can lead non design manager, bring value and reach results
  • Can bring out of the box solutions to reach goals and create a steady and resilient environment
  • Builds methods and tools for groups managers to excel in their goals
  • Can built and commit to a high level roadmap as well as for it’s execution
  • Can easily manage and communicate with higher management as well with the group employees
High execution

Creating design ecosystem that will help promote the design execution. Connects all groups into one holistic design.

Behaviors

  • Making sure to stay connected to the users, knowing what is “really” happening
  • Sets high and ambitious standard of execution
  • Creates the foundations to achieve it
  • Making sure the execution has a proven ROI, and has direct contribution to the KPI
Making an impact

Enables stable work environment within the groups, builds and plans for future growth and reaching bussiness goals. Helps the groups leadership to translate the company business goals into product vision and solid roadmap.

Behaviors

  • Brings clear focus and winning goals
  • Creates visibility of the “real world” and create the flexibility with in the groups to easily shift according to it
  • Grows strong leadership , in management as well as in building products
Culture fit

Promotes a culture in which all everyone have the passion to create a product that people love to use. Sets a culture of excellence in which the designers are full partners to their colleagues, in business, execution and creating a winning vibe.

Behaviors

  • Establishes a safe space for all builders/markers/ops to learn and discuss user experience
  • Establishes a safe space for designers to learn and excel in product and user research, technology and business metrics
  • Creates a culture of 10x builders / marketers / producers that never stop improving
Leadership and ownership

*** Managerial roles have the ‘Leadership & Ownership’ vector in any aspect of their work, therefore they will not be written as a separate vector here.

Design VP

Professional Path

Managing an entire design organization end to end . Full ownership on goals, structure, HR , learning and development.

Extra duties: Part of the company VP leadership forum, connecting and initiate cross department projects and progress.

Independence and complexity

Uses the design profession as a tool to push the company product and bussiness KPI’S forward. Can deliver and communicate in a way that inspire everyone around them.

Behaviors

  • Can self learn and research any topic is needed and teach others
  • Can translate the market and competitors into new initiates and roadmap
  • Can manage all type of managers (non designer as well)
  • Can lead via other managers and designers
  • Has a self analysis and improve independently
  • Knows when and how to involve other functions ( management, colleagues, other departments, etc.)
  • Can vision and create the next design phase
  • Can initiate large scale projects , teams, operation from nothing
  • Can make difficult decisions and go through with them with minimum negative effects
High execution

Bringing the team to fully understand and want to push the execution to be better independently. Can create a clear and inspiring high level vision and standard that can guide everyone around them.

Behaviors

  • Knows how to direct the group leadership towards the right execution
  • Dictated a fast and focused execution beat
  • Can lead the outcome via the team
  • Can motivate other professions to put an emphasis on user experience and creating a lovable products
  • Understands the next steps that need to be taken in order to scale and expend the product
  • Building a system that can develop and fulfill the designer full potential the designers into
  • Can set the right focus to make the maximum impact
Making an impact

Delegating and empowering while still be able to lead situation to the right outcome. Sets and challenge the design progress, always push it to the next level.

Behaviors

  • Brings new and powerful ideas to the table
  • Creates a clear and inspiring vision that will make people want to build
  • Brings wide and eye-opening context to the leadership, so they can make the right decisions
  • Sets high goals for the leadership, and help them reach it
  • Builds the right settings for the teams to flourish
Culture fit

Create a culture of lean yet powerful approach where every employee has a huge impact on the outcome and where we are going. Creating a company that appreciate and understand the power of design, and demands from the designer to always push forwards.

Behaviors

  • Promote a culture of creativity and trying new ideas, not being afraid to fail
  • Create a culture of passionate and winning attitude
Leadership and ownership

*** Managerial roles have the ‘Leadership & Ownership’ vector in any aspect of their work, therefore they will not be written as a separate vector here.