Whether it’s on a site, in an app, a retail experience, an interior space, Interaction Designers at Code and Theory focus on improving and innovating the user experience to its most effective form. You work closely with Experience Strategists (who focus on architecting the system of templates and modules) and Content Strategists (who handle the overarching site structure and taxonomy) to ensure a clean and flawless operation overall. 


Each project is assigned an interdisciplinary pod from strategy, analytics, research, creative, technology, and production. While you are expected to work collaboratively, Interaction Designers should also:

  • Bring a high-level of creativity and creative problem solving to each project, and be comfortable with pushing boundaries 
  • Create informative and understandable wires and detailed annotations as well as construct prototypes to explain key interactions and flows to clients, designers and developers
  • Demonstrate proficiency with tools such as Sketch, AirTable, Confluence, Jira, Principle, Invision, Keynote AND any new industry related software (upon its release)
  • Commit to work and deliver on deadlines and be vocal if you don’t think it’s possible! A little pressure is good for production, but too much is detrimental for both you and your team at large. You can’t learn to lead if you’re falling behind yourself. 


Besides an exceptional attention to detail, you should ideally have under your belt: 

  • 3-5 years of design experience - having an understanding of agency processes is beneficial for success, but not required
  • 2-3 large-scale, successful, system-driven projects (we love to see your thinking, too!)
  • Experience working on projects that are built both from the ground up and within pre-existing platforms
  • An appreciation of soft skills, specifically, listening and communicating effectively in writing, speaking, and presenting (both in-person and on conference calls). 


As an Interaction Designer, you bring an innate understanding of the user experience to create delightfully interesting ways to interface with our client’s projects and products. You also possess the ability to clearly articulate your decision-making and design process, challenge assumptions respectfully, and to both give and receive constructive criticism and feedback. What a combo!

Code and Theory is a digital-first strategic and creative agency that designs products, content, and campaigns across physical and digital environments. Founded in 2001 and operating out of offices in New York, San Francisco, London, Atlanta, and Manila, we believe a mix of technology and creativity can solve complex business problems to drive forward innovative change.
From helping to redefining the publishing landscape through our work with media companies such as NBC News, WWE, Bloomberg, The BBC, The Outline, Vogue, and The Guardian, to creating award-winning marketing programs for brands such as Maybelline New York, Victoria’s Secret, and Burger King, to developing unique customer experiences for NYLife, Quest Diagnostics, Citibank, Dignity Health, Reebok and Colgate to designing physical products for companies like Brown-Forman, Hearst, and Comcast, Code and Theory is a creative agency built for the entire ecosystem.
At Code and Theory, we strive to only be limited by our own ambition and creativity. We believe in pushing beyond the easy and obvious answers in order to deliver the solutions that are right for our clients, their businesses, and their users.
In addition to working with the smart and passionate people that make up the Code and Theory family, you also get the perks. There's the usual - 401k, excellent health, dental and vision coverage, life insurance, flexible spending, pre tax commuter benefits and long- and short-term disability. Code and Theory has a newly improved flexible vacation policy that does not put a defined limit on the amount of paid time off an employee takes in a year as long as they are responsible and accountable to their work. This policy is based on mutual trust between Code and Theory and our employees. Then there are the extras, some random, mostly awesome – bagel Mondays, stocked candy jar and exceptional Stumptown coffee and cold brew, monthly massages, and team outings.
Code and Theory is an equal opportunity employer, and we value diversity at our company. We don’t discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status or disability status.