Creating a Beautiful Product
That’s Simple to Use

Function without form? Not at Box. This highly skilled team believes that intuitive, fun products are about more than just features. A beautiful layout and intelligent design make it easy to users to do what they want, from any device. The work of the design team is seen and used by millions of people around the world.

Join us and be part of a visionary team whose responsibilities include:

  • Tackling unique and compelling challenges to deliver simplicity and manage complexity
  • Advance the Box vision around user-centric computing where user delight and adoption are key
  • Creating a transformative experience for end users across multiple platforms
  • Partnering with teams across Box to develop powerful products and campaigns

All that, plus some of the best benefits in Silicon Valley:

  • Free lunch and fully stocked kitchens with lots of snacks and drinks
  • Top notch medical, dental, vision, life insurance & disability coverage
  • Unlimited Caltrain pass (HQ based employees)
  • Awesome coworkers
  • Shuttle to/from San Francisco
  • Casual dress
  • Subsidized gym membership
  • Robust Wellness Program
  • Weekly Yoga classes
  • Maternity & Paternity Plans
  • Local and National Corporate Discounts
  • Financial Education
  • 401k Retirement Plan (Roth and Pre-Tax options available)
  • Employee Stock Purchase Plan
  • Pre-tax health care, dependent care and commuter benefits (FSA)
  • Competitive time off policies including paid holidays, PTO, and your birthday off!

What folks are saying

Working on the Box Design team rocks. Here’s what Boxers have to say.

 

  • Being a designer at Box is all about open collaboration, brainstorming and getting the best ideas out there. I really like that I get to prioritize my own workload and explore my ideas.

    Phil Sheffield, Director of Product Design
  • My work at Box gets used by customers around the world. Most designers who impact millions of users usually have to work at large companies where they can only design small features.

    Mark Bauer, UI Designer

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