Design Manager,

The opportunity is one of the most trafficked sites in the world, with trillions of visits to over a million pages every year.'s Enterprise UX team designs and delivers cohesive and beautiful user journeys to enterprise and business prospects and customers across

We’re looking for a strong UX design leader with Enterprise and B2B UX experience to join us.

Do you understand what an enterprise or B2B prospect needs, or more importantly, if you know the right questions to ask to find that out… If you are passionate about useful (and even delightful) user journeys within an enterprise context… And if you know how to inspire and lead a team to deliver against that remit? We’d love to chat.

What you'll do

This role requires the ability to understand Adobe’s enterprise product marketing strategy and the business needs that our website can best solve, as well as how to apply a UX lens to solving those problems. You’ll develop deep partnerships with product managers, engineers, content design, and our design systems team to deliver cohesive end-to-end journeys. We need a natural leader who can encourage, inspire, and nurture a team. The ideal candidate should have a strong design background, a passion for engaging user experience (and the UX Research that led there), and a proven track record working in an enterprise context.

What you’ll need to succeed

About Adobe Design

Adobe Design creates tools that amplify the world’s ability to create and communicate. We’re a global team of designers, researchers, prototypers, content strategists, program managers, and more who work across Adobe’s three product lines: Creative Cloud, Document Cloud, and Experience Cloud.

Our compensation reflects the cost of labor across several  U.S. geographic markets, and we pay differently based on those defined markets. The U.S. pay range for this position is $112,100 -- $231,400 annually. Pay within this range varies by work location and may also depend on job-related knowledge, skills, and experience. Your recruiter can share more about the specific salary range for the job location during the hiring process.

At Adobe, for sales roles starting salaries are expressed as total target compensation (TTC = base + commission), and short-term incentives are in the form of sales commission plans. Non-sales roles starting salaries are expressed as base salary and short-term incentives are in the form of the Annual Incentive Plan (AIP).

In addition, certain roles may be eligible for long-term incentives in the form of a new hire equity award.

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