Company Description

Stack Sports is a global sports company based in Plano, TX with offices in San Diego, CA, Torrance, CA, and Atlanta, GA. From our humble beginnings as sports parents and coaches, we founded Stack Sports to transform the youth sports experience by helping other parents, coaches and administrators manage all aspects of their sports organizations. For 25+ years, our brands business, Student Sports, has been the leader in experiential and content marketing for the grassroots sports space. Through world-class events and original content, we forge lasting relationships between our brand partners and the most influential, impressionable and hard to reach sports families in the country.

We understand that no candidate is perfectly qualified for any job. Experience comes in different forms; many skills are transferable; and passion goes a long way. Even more important than your resume is a clear demonstration of dedication, impact, and the ability to thrive in a fluid and collaborative environment. We want you to learn new things in this role, and we encourage you to apply if your experience is close to what we’re looking for. We also know that diversity of background and thought makes for better problem solving and more creative thinking, which is why we're dedicated to adding new perspectives to the team.

 

Product UX Designer

Our Stack Sports Product Design team delivers market leading software to youth sports governing bodies, sports associations, and leagues in North America. We are looking for an experienced Product UX Designer to join our Plano based product team. The Product UX Designer will work closely with the product and development agile teams throughout the product life-cycle. This role will need to balance both a great product visual design with a intuitive user-centered experience. Success is delivering a simple product design to support league directors, association registrars, coaches, and referees while still bringing the WOW! consumer experience to parents, athletes, and fans participating in youth sport activities.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Support all phases of design for our developing product from conception to implementation.
  • Create wireframes, storyboards, user flows, process flows and sitemaps to effectively communicate interaction and design ideas to internal stakeholders
  • You will have your hands in product design, client portals, website templates, to new/updating product marketing collateral. 
  • Execute all visual design stages from concept to final hand-off to web and mobile development
  • You’re able to manage your own time, whether working with a team in a collaborative environment or working independently.
  • Responsible for creating and maintaining style guides and standards

 

We understand that no candidate is perfectly qualified for any job. Experience comes in different forms; many skills are transferable; and passion goes a long way. Even more important than your resume is a clear demonstration of dedication, impact, and the ability to thrive in a fluid and collaborative environment. We want you to learn new things in this role, and we encourage you to apply if your experience is close to what we’re looking for. We also know that diversity of background and thought makes for better problem solving and more creative thinking, which is why we're dedicated to adding new perspectives to the team.

Position Requirements:

  • 0-3 years of related experience designing useful, usable, and meaningful product interfaces or college degree in a relevant field
  • Must have visual product portfolio that displays visual and interaction product design abilities.
  • Understand the larger picture of where your design fits within the overall project / product experience.
  • Strong experience with modern design frameworks and tools (Adobe XD)
  • Experience with mobile design and best practices.
  • Passionate about designing visual elements to influence user behavior and interactivity.
  • An understanding and appreciation of the design process and design patterns but also the ability to work fast and deviate
  • Ability to operate in a startup environment and make maximum impact with available resources.
  • Experience planning and executing both redesigns as well as new-concept design projects, from start to finish
  • Experience with agile methodologies and front-end code experience is a plus
  • Having a passion and knowledge of the sports industry is a strong plus

 

What We Offer

  • Modern and collaborative work environment
  • Supportive team members
  • Entrepreneurial environment - leave your mark
  • Comprehensive benefit package
  • Fully paid parental leave

At this time, Stack Sports will not sponsor a Visa for this role.

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