About this Role

What will you do at GreenPark Sports as a Senior Product Designer?

  • Design elegant, data-driven, client-focused solutions to pain points, issues, and enhancement opportunities through UX (strategy, flows, wireframes, customer experience mapping), UI visuals (component designs, page elements, and interactions), and clickable prototypes. 
  • Collaborate with cross-disciplinary teams on user-focused app design that incorporates research, design thinking, and user-centered practices
  • Stay on top of current innovations and best practices in app design – UI/UX trends/features/functionalities and overall experience for sports fans, while looking to push the boundaries of what’s possible.
  • Plan, conduct, and incorporate research into the design approach and execution.
  • Experience building/supporting design systems and component libraries
  • Contribute relevantly, informed ideas/feedback/designs/concepts in team meetings, working sessions, and via pixel-perfect delivery of dev-ready designs and flows with the required level of detail and documentation.

You may be a great candidate for this role if:

  • 5+ years of relevant experience in the design of digital products that have been released to the market, with a proven track record of success
  • Expertise in mobile app design, including UX patterns & principles, and optimizing for multiple screens and devices.
  • Conversant of sports at minimum, a passionate sports fan would be ideal.
  • Bachelor's and/or master's degree in the study of user experience, UI design, or related fields
  • Excellent organization, communication, facilitation, presentation, and interpersonal skills to clearly communicate ideas, concepts, flows, and more
  • Experience designing and ideating in Figma and FigJam, prototyping skills a bonus
  • Experience delivering end-to-end (from brief to shipping) digital products within a cross-functional team environment with an iterative approach that leverages quantitative and qualitative measurement
  • A proactive initiative that identifies problems and acts on opportunities to improve the product offering, as well as taking instruction and working well as part of a team that delivers results quickly but with purpose

What We Offer

  • Opportunity: With a small, core team of talented people, iterating and scaling fast, you'll be hands-on, collaborating, and learning right away
  • Flexibility: We are a fully remote team with team members located across the United States
  • Time-Off: Flexible PTO
  • Culture: We strive to be welcoming and inclusive. As a team member, you'll be active in recruiting decisions ensuring we build a culture you want to be part of
  • Salary: A competitive salary with stock options
  • Benefits: Medical, Dental, Vision (100% employee coverage / 50% dependent coverage for base plans ), 401K, Paid Parental Leave, LTD/STD, FSA, Dependent Care FSA, Life Insurance, Flex PTO, and EAP

Who We Are

Sports is more than a game, and so are we. Genuine collaboration, integrity, and heartfelt camaraderie are what make us a true team. We believe in the success of our company, partner relations and that our player community must ultimately be driven by the strength of our inclusivity, diversity, and integrity. We believe that we must be the global community that we are building for. This is what creates the Future of Fandom. This is what makes us GreenPark.

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