UI/UX Designer & Developer 

Blue Star Sports is looking to add a designer to our team who can cover UX, UI, visual design, and basic front-end development. Our designers improve our application suite through the ability to create a valuable user experience, intuitive interface, and strong visual design before implementing the front-end with HTML, CSS, and Javascript. This full-time role reports to the Director of UI/UX Design & Development and is based in New York, NY, Denver, CO, or Frisco, TX.

At Blue Star Sports, we value the creativity and skill set of every team member while offering opportunities to influence strategic product decisions, make contributions to all areas of the company, work directly with C-level management, and enjoy a flexible, supportive work/life balance. Most of all, Blue Star Sports aims to promote a diverse and rewarding company culture that values individual professional development as well as team achievement.


We believe design is as much about how things work, as how they look. Here are some leading indicators that this might be the right opportunity for you:

  • You're motivated to make awesome products that improve the way people experience the things they're most passionate about
  • You're obsessed with getting things done well and on time, even if it means cutting the nice-to-haves
  • You love building and running A/B tests and learning how users actually behave


  • Identify the main opportunities within our apps to improve usability and conversion rates
  • Develop hypotheses around how to fix these problems
  • Design, build, and deploy lots of A/B tests


  • Demonstrable UX experience improving page flows through iterations, A/B tests, and data
  • Interest in and fluency with the latest thinking in web design
  • UI design chops and an ability to create intuitive and sharp interfaces
  • Proficient understanding of HTML, CSS (Sass), and, ideally, Javascript
  • Past employers who rave about your contributions

Compensation & Benefits

  • Competitive Salary, Company Bonus
  • Medical, vision, and dental coverage
  • Maternity & paternity leave policies
  • 401k plan
  • Commuter benefits
  • Learning & growth opportunities
  • Sane work hours and time off when you need it

The 3 books that have the most influence on how we think about our business are:

  • Nudge Richard Thaler - an incredible primer on behavioral economics and the psychology of decision making
  • Rework 37signals - the new way of running a company
  • Lean Startup Eric Ries - the new way to build products that fill a need

We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.

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