What is Hudl?
Hudl is changing the future of sports technology. We build performance analysis tools for teams at every level of competition -- including the top teams and leagues around the world. Our software provides over 3.5 million coaches, analysts and athletes the insight they need to win.
What do Product Designers do at Hudl?
We make the process above as headache-free as possible. We lead small, cross-functional teams in creating and shipping clear, delightful user experiences. Here’s how we do it.
First, designers conduct primary user research understand our customers’ latent needs. Designers learn why first-hand. There’s no requirements doc handed down from on high. Next, they rough out concepts to test with developers, QA, and their product manager. They sketch, they mock, and they prototype the key interactions. And often, they throw big pieces out when it doesn't connect in a user test.
Once the concepts do start clicking, Product Designers start crafting the interface first (HTML & CSS for web apps, Interface Builder for iOS, etc.). They team up with a developer to improve the code and wire it into back-end systems. Finally, they ensure the visuals, interactions, and IA are consistent throughout the flows and are coherent with the rest of the experience.
Designers don’t let go after the first release. They work with PMs as we iterate, rolling-out improvements to the products as they see real use. Practically, all this means you carry the squad with beautiful visual design, thoughtful interaction design and front-end code.
- Excel in giving and receiving respectfully blunt feedback and critique.
- Are just as proud of your organization tools (docs, spreadsheets) as you are your best pieces of UI design work.
- Loosely hold strong beliefs, about what’s best for the product, your team and most importantly, customers.
- Understand that technical, business, and design constraints factor into every product decision.
- Know how and when to tactfully say, “No."
- Are unafraid to ship small, quick experiments to validate your assumptions and opinions.
- Look at every challenge as an opportunity to grow yourself and your team.
We have offices all over the world, but we are proudly headquartered in Lincoln, NE. Yes, Lincoln...the city NPR called "nearly recession proof". This Product Design role is based in our headquarters, doing critical work. Relocation assistance is available for the right candidate. (i.e. we will help pay for your move, get you settled, all the good stuff).
Do it. You read the bullet points twice. You’ve creeped on our social media. ProTip: we expect hosted, up-to-date portfolios and a thoughtful, specific cover letter.