UX/UI Designer

The HostGator Product Design team is passionate about creating digital solutions for small business owners so they can not only survive, but thrive.


The Work You'll Do:

  • Collaborate with peers, stakeholders, product managers, and developers to oversee the user experience of a product from conception until launch as well as additional on-going iterations
  • Mentor junior designers and take project lead as needed
  • Work hand in hand with UX leadership to develop style guides and design systems
  • Translate complex product requirement into easy and intuitive user flows
  • Facilitate product vision by researching, conceiving, wireframing, and mocking up user experiences
  • Design flows and user interfaces that are simple, effective, and delightful
  • Create storyboards, user flows, conceptual wireframes, interaction diagrams, interaction specifications, and functional prototypes
  • Act as the user's advocate throughout the entire development process by subjecting early-stage designs to usability testing or expert review, and offering iterative suggestions from a user-centered perspective
  • Take a data-driven approach to influence your visual and interaction design decisions
  • Communicate your ideas, designs, and UX best practices to successfully convince, motivate, and inspire stakeholders
  • Provide and encourage feedback from your team and other designers, seeking to continuously learn and improve
  • Work primarily on the HostGator brand, sitting with your product and engineering team in our Houston, TX office


About You:

  • Relentless champion of the user’s cause throughout the entire design and development process.
  • Possess a portfolio of work that highlights your designs and design process, including work for phone, tablet and web platforms, as well as SaaS products
  • Have a command of interaction design core principles: architecture, interaction and user-centered design.
  • Communicate your design process clearly and appropriately for the specific audience
  • Desire to collaborate and communicate, with experience working in a multidisciplinary UX group. Experience working with remote team members is a plus
  • Able to manage multiple high-priority initiatives, including early stage product strategy as well as delivery of tactical and incremental design improvements
  • Ability to articulate the metrics you would use to determine if your design decisions solved the user problem
  • Comfortable juggling multiple projects at once.
  • Ability to accept input gracefully while also taking the initiative to push back respectfully when advocating for optimal user experience
  • 3+ years of experiences in the User Experience design field and a relevant educational background
  • Expert proficiency with current tools for web and product design such as Sketch, Axure, and Adobe Creative Suite.
  • Experience working in an Agile Scrum environment
  • General understanding of HTML and CSS
  • SaaS experience is a must
  • Domains and Hosting design experience a plus


About Us:

  • We are more than a design production crew. We play a strategic role that informs and shapes product strategy along with our product management and development teams. We are part of early-stage concept development, rapid prototyping and design detailing.
  • As a global multi-brand company, we provide the opportunity to work on multiple products seen by millions of users.
  • We work hard to make the world a better place by helping small business owners thrive in a dynamic digital ecosystem.
  • We are an agile, energetic and dynamic team of world-class designers, coders, writers, innovators and researchers that collaborate with one another and our stakeholders.
  • We make sense of ambiguity and fail forward and move fast.
  • We have propensity for sharing gifs and free food.
  • We collaborate and celebrate one another’s wins.
  • We love what we do.


Show us what you love to do. We can’t wait to meet you.

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