UX Design Manager
Pac 12 NetworksSan Francisco, CA
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How do I hire an UX Design Manager? The UX Design Manager drives user experience and design for Pac-12’s digital fan experiences across mobile, desktop, email, and connected devices. The ideal candidate is a UX leader who will run a small (and awesome!) team, including the opportunity to hire an additional designer. As the principal voice for user experience across the organization, you will have a major impact in shaping this game-changing sports media company.
• Lead Product Design for Pac-12's web, mobile, email, and any future consumer experiences.
• Create innovative designs that delight fans and drive key product metrics; measure, test, and iterate.
• Manage Product Design staff, priorities, tools, and team goals.
• Lead user research efforts using a mix of qualitative and quantitative approaches.
• Partner with product managers and analysts to track and measure performance.
• Other duties as assigned by the Vice President, Digital Business & Products.
• 7 years designing digital products for a variety of platforms.
• 2 years managing and mentoring designers.
• Demonstrable ability to prioritize and manage multiple design projects across products.
• Success designing for interactive, content-rich digital experiences.
• Experience using a variety of research and testing methodologies to inform product design.
• Proficiency with Sketch, Zeplin, Photoshop, or comparable tools to communicate and document your designs.
• Familiarity with how front-end and mobile technologies impact design, and industry best practices e.g. Google’s Material Design and Apple’s Human Interface Guidelines.
• Interest in and knowledge of college sports (desired but not required).
What success looks like:
• You and your team’s design ideas and executions contribute to product and feature success, most often measured by video viewership and fan engagement.
• Your team is deeply involved throughout the product development process, from concepts and wireframing to research and experimentation to pre- and post-launch design QA.
• You support your team in continual learning and development. This job is no longer available. Click here to view current job listings.