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Visual aesthetic is inherently a part of any live event experience, whether it’s a sporting event, concert or Broadway show. We’ve always focused on trying to capture the rich imagery of sports and music with performer photos, detailed venue mapping and view-from-seat photos, but we’ve recently begun to bring our live event visuals to life as well.

If you’re a SeatGeek user and fan of an NBA or NHL playoff team, chances are you’ve seen one or more of our animations in your inbox. What I’d like to do here is share some insight into my design process and hopefully inspire you to explore the tools and resources out there that you can use to create animations of your own.

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Web/Mobile Designer

Design is currently the biggest bottleneck on our team. Our mobile apps took off beyond expectation over the past year, demanding increasingly more design work. The website needs more attention; we’re in the early stages of a full redesign, but we don’t have the manpower to go at it full bore.

Job Description

We believe design can be the competitive advantage for a company. We’ve set out to build the future of live events, and we want that future to be beautiful and elegantly simple.
Design is currently the biggest bottleneck on our team. Our mobile apps took off beyond expectation over the past year, demanding increasingly more design work. The website needs more attention; we’re in the early stages of a full redesign, but we don’t have the manpower to go at it full bore.
Check out our site and mobile apps. If you like what you see but think you could do better, please apply.

  • Play a key part in SeatGeek’s UI design on the web, iOS and Android
  • Craft conceptual ideas into polished products
  • Work with the rest of the product team to bring your designs to life


Design at SeatGeek

Visual aesthetic is inherently a part of any live event experience, whether it’s a sporting event, concert or Broadway show. We’ve always focused on trying to capture the rich imagery of sports and music with performer photos, detailed venue mapping and view-from-seat photos, but we’ve recently begun to bring our live event visuals to life as well.

What You’ll Be Doing

  • Play a key part in SeatGeek’s UI design on the web, iOS and Android
  • Craft conceptual ideas into polished products
  • Work with the rest of the product team to bring your designs to life

What We’re Looking For

  • You have plenty of experience designing web and/or mobile apps—we’ll be most interested in seeing what you’ve made
  • You’ve mastered Photoshop and/or Sketch and (ideally) have experience with Illustrator
  • You have pixel-perfect attention to detail
  • You want to work in a scrappy environment (i.e. a startup). You like working independently. You care a great deal, on a personal level, about what you design.
  • (Nice to have, not required) You’re comfortable with HTML/CSS
  • Recent Work

    If you’re a SeatGeek user and fan of an NBA or NHL playoff team, chances are you’ve seen one or more of our animations in your inbox. What I’d like to do here is share some insight into my design process and hopefully inspire you to explore the tools and resources out there that you can use to create animations of your own.

    nhl faceoff animated gif

    nhl faceoff animated gif


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