Product Designer // Onefootball
You will be part of the product design team and in charge of turning features from concept into reality, which includes the design of interfaces from a UX and UI perspective.
- You’ll be responsible for:
- Continuously improve the interface of our native apps and the website.
- Design and iterate on features from the beginning to the final release.
- Make use of the existing UI guidelines and a modular framework.
- Work closely with the UX research, product managers and engineers.
Who we’re looking for
Football is our passion, therefore we value a like-minded and enthusiastic team player to bring our ideas and dreams to life. The team at Onefootball is multi-cultural and works in an agile environment, requiring talented people to work together within and across our different teams. Additionally you should possess the following abilities:
- You are totally dedicated to user centered design and curious about the latest technical innovations.
- You like to think about design concepts before executing them.
- You know how to deliver UX/UI concepts straight to the point.
- You have a “hands-on” mentality and love nothing more than finding the perfect spot for every shape and pixel.
- You value the positive effect of animations, meaningful transitions and micro interactions and know how to utilize them reasonably.
- You love football and you will know the meaning of ‘The game doesn’t finish after 90 minutes’.
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