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UI/UX Engineer, Software Engineering

Detroit Tigers

Application Deadline Ended
Apply by Ended 11/15/2022

UI/UX Engineer, Software Engineering | Detroit Tigers

UI/UX Engineer, Software Engineering

Detroit Tigers


Apply by Ended 11/15/2022

Posted 2 months ago

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Detroit, MI, USA

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 Job Description

The Detroit Tigers are currently seeking a UI/UX Engineer, Baseball Operations. This role will be responsible for optimizing the user experience for internal baseball applications. This position will report to the Director, Software Engineering, Baseball Operations.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Implement consistent, easy-to-use interfaces for internal software systems
  • Maximize user productivity using modern web design concepts
  • Design web applications that work well for various users, in various scenarios, on various devices
  • Conduct user behavior research and create usability metrics to help inform product decisions
  • Communicate complex data concepts with intuitive, aesthetic designs

Qualifications RequiredQualifications Required

  • 2+ years of UI/UX experience on interactive web applications
  • Demonstrated ability to implement web front ends in HTML/CSS/JavaScript
  • Understanding of user interface design principles with ability to implement those principles in real-world applications
  • Experience with responsive web design for multiple form factors and layouts, including mobile devices
  • Creative problem-solving ability in an agile team environment
  • Ability to own user experience, make decisions, and write clear documentation for both technical and non-technical users
  • Ability to collect usability metrics and use data to drive decision-making
  • Ability to balance design considerations for a wide range of users with different needs, workflows, and configurations
  • Passion for baseball and robust understanding of current baseball research
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