You have good experience with various web technologies and you specialize in the following:
✔ CSS: You have a good understanding of the CSS styling techniques and you know how to utilize CSS to make the UI match the graphical design to be pixel-perfect. You are probably familiar with some CSS extension frameworks. We use LESS, although specific knowledge of that is not a prerequisite.
✔ *UI & Product Instincts:*You have feelings about how an enterprise web application should look and feel, care about the nuances of how users will work with the product you’re building, and aim to build inclusive and accessible experiences. We don’t expect you to be a visual designer, but we’re looking for someone who can build on the work of our experienced design team and also influence and guide the designers towards great UX
A developer who has 3+ years of professional experience in full-stack software development in the enterprise world.
As a full-stack developer, you have a good understanding of server-side development in C# or Java and OOP principles but you also have a strong orientation towards client-side development and a passion for good UI\UX.
✔ Professional and personal development;
✔ Comfortable working environment;
✔ 18+ working days paid vacation;
✔ Paid sick leaves;
✔ Medical insurance for employees, for children of employees;
✔ Language classes;
✔ Subscription for pool and gym;
✔ Compensation of visiting professional conferences.
✔ Build UI for complex user flows utilizing the capabilities of our UI framework;
✔ Extend our UI framework with new controls and widgets;
✔ Improve our UI framework to help make it easier to use, more flexible, performant and stable;
✔ Work with the SeatGeek design and product team to bring ideas to life and help them create consistent and practical designs for complex user flows;
✔ Contribute to the growth of other members of the team.
We are building best-in-class enterprise software for setting up events and for box-office operations. We humbly believe that SeatGeek has the best UI in ticketing, but there’s always so much room to improve.