Product Designer

Basic Information







Date Published


Job ID


Travel Amount

up to 10%

Description and Requirements

BMC works with 86% of the Forbes Global 50 and customers and partners around the world to create their future. With our history of innovation, industry-leading automation, operations, and service management solutions, combined with unmatched flexibility, we help organizations free up time and space to become an Autonomous Digital Enterprise that conquers the opportunities ahead.

Job Description

BMC Software is seeking a Product Designer.

Are you motivated and inspired by innovation? Are you ready to join a company that puts people at the forefront of business transformation? If so, you’re the kind of person we’re looking for at BMC Software. We are changing how people work with and look at technology through transformational User Experience (UX) and design thinking.

The successful product designer candidate will be improving the user experience (UX) on several of the leading BMC products. Strong technical and interpersonal skills as well as the ability to assume ownership and drive issues to completion are the key success factors.

The candidate should be adept at proposing and documenting software and UI design, analyzing requirements and developing high-quality interaction designs. The candidate should understand Agile software development, be detail-oriented, embrace development and UI best practices, and communicate clearly and effectively with peers and stakeholders. The candidate must be hands on, capable of creating and iterating on wireframes and interactive prototypes.

Job Summary:

The Product Designer will:

Design consistent, intuitive, and easy-to-use enterprise web and desktop application user experiences (UX)

Create design artifacts, such as wireframes, prototypes, and user flows

Establish and evolve interaction design patterns, UI standards, and guidelines

Work collaboratively with multi-disciplinary teams of:

· Product managers

· Software architects

· Developers

· QA engineers

· Technical writers

· Researchers

· Interaction designers

· Visual designers


· More than 5 years of experience designing user interactions for enterprise-class web applications

· Demonstrates experience and proficiency in interaction design and usability

· A portfolio of wireframes/mockups demonstrating web application UI designs (not websites)

· Background developing and applying UI design patterns, standards, and guidelines

· Ability to apply user research methodologies to learn, and innovate to solve customer needs

· Experience working with cross-functional teams in a fast-paced development environment

· Provide direction to other interaction designers and work independently

· Understanding of current UI/Front End frameworks and responsive interaction design patterns

· HTML/CSS experience


· Experience with Figma

· Experience designing user interactions for desktop applications

· Visual design experience

· Knowledge of GUI accessibility standards (Section 508, WCAG)

· Knowledge of IBM Mainframe application development


· Musts

o Must primarily be an interaction designer. Job titles can be product designer, interaction designer, UX designer, UX architect, web designer (this one is tricky

b/c sometimes refers to front-end developer). Often, candidates will describe their IxD (interaction design) experience as creating prototypes, wireframes, and user flows.

o Must have web design experience.

· Don’t Want

o Visual designer experience only.

o Front-end develope

It is the policy of BMC Software to afford equal opportunity for employment to all individuals regardless of race, color, age, national origin, physical or mental disability, history of disability, ancestry, citizenship status, political affiliation, religion, gender, transgender, gender identity, gender expression, marital status, status as a parent, sexual orientation, veteran status, genetic information or other factors prohibited by law, and to prohibit harassment or retaliation based on any of these factors. 

If you need a reasonable accommodation for any part of the application and hiring process, visit the accommodation request page.