We care quite a bit about design. We're looking for someone else who does too. SeatGeek is hiring its first full-time designer.
We see design as a key competitive advantage. Currently, the ticket industry is a wasteland of user experience. We're trying to change that…where other companies frustrate, SeatGeek tries to delight. We're investing heavily in mobile apps—where existing UIs are particularly bad—but we also have a lot in the works on the web.
We're looking for someone capable of defining the ticketing experience for an entire industry. You'll spend most of your time building UIs for the web, iOS and Android. You'll also spend time implementing your designs on the web.
Please check out our site and iOS app. If you like what you see but think you could do better, then please apply.
What you'll be doing
- Lead SeatGeek's UI design on the web, iOS and Android
- Bring your vision to life in HTML and CSS
You'll be a great fit if…
- …you have plenty of experience designing web and/or mobile apps—we'll be most interested in seeing what you've made
- …you have mastered Photoshop and (hopefully) have experience with Illustrator
- …you're comfortable with HTML/CSS. If you're not, but are willing to learn, please still apply.
- …you use OS X
- …you have pixel-perfect attention to detail
- …you want to work in a scrappy environment (i.e. a startup). You like working independently. You aren't looking for a 9-5 job. You care a great deal, on a personal level, about what you design.
- A competitive base salary and equity stake in a well-funded startup
- A culture where the product is king
- A laid-back, fun workplace with all endless provisions, frequent team lunches, and social jaunts organized by Eric Waller, official Social Chair
- A superb benefits package, including full health/dental/vision
- Hackathons: scheduled times when everyone drops what they’re doing and builds cool stuff in small groups