Assurant Labs is a fast-paced, agile development shop where creativity and teamwork are paramount.
We build mobile apps to help users through registration, ensure that a device is protected, and keep it running at peak performance.
Through cross-functional collaboration, managing requirements, and failing fast; 30 million more devices are healthy, secure, and valuable today.
We bring together the best software engineers and product designers around, and support their ideas with open minds and cutting-edge tools.
Innovation is at the core of what we do. We use the latest and greatest technologies to help us solve our problems in the smartest way possible.
With a continuous improvement mindset, everything we build is informed by learnings from our advanced reporting and deep analysis processes.
With self-organizing cross-functional teams and continuous iteration, we are able to deliver and improve features that matter most to our users.
We are passionate about creating great software—so we use the smartest tools and technologies to help us build faster and more effectively.
We care a lot about our users—so we make sure we build products our users need and want. We do this by extensive user testing and research before we start building anything.
Explore some Nielsen Norman Group research methods we use:
Focus on outcomes rather than featuresnngroup.com › article
Design sketching: ½ inspiration, ½ buy-innngroup.com › article
Observing participants perform tasksnngroup.com › article
Compare variations of the same featurenngroup.com › article
All positions are based out of our Cleveland, Ohio offices. Local applicants and those willing to relocate are preferred. However, exceptions will be made for outstanding candidates.Join Our Growing Team
We’re always experimenting with new tech and novel ways to build superior products. Check out what’s on our minds at our Blog:
A software engineer's take on our most recent Hackathon-lite event
A tip for refreshing content periodically in a React Native app.
A mobile app developer's perspective on GraphQL.