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Lead UI/UX Artist

Posted on: 29th August 2019

The Mission

Haptic recruit is working with an exciting new studio based in London, they are dedicated to building innovative and creative games. By spring-boarding from there industry leading parent company, which brings a wealth of experience and connections, the studio is growing quickly and dedicated to developing exciting titles that provide players with exhilarating experiences

Got What It Takes?

The Studio are looking to hire highly-motivated and talented individuals with the passion and skills to deliver premium-quality games from day one. They are developing cross-platform and working with original properties and highly-acclaimed IPs to create a world-class games studio.

The Role You Play

Typically, you'll be working within one of the studio teams to lead the UI design and UX from the start to the end of a project.

To join the art squadron, you will need to be able to:

Design original and beautiful user-interfaces

  • Illustrate UI components such as icons and assets
  • Lead the UI design and UX from the start to the end of a project
  • Champion UX, mapping our player journey and information flow
  • Ensure players have the information they need at precisely the right time
  • Contribute to concepts and pitches
  • Troubleshoot live products and designs
  • Work with technical delivery teams to solve technical and logistical issues with UI

Good to Have to up your sleeve

  • 2+ years commercial experience in the games industry, working on UI
  • Advanced skills in design software such as Photoshop & Illustrator
  • A strong portfolio of User Interface and Application designs (ideally for mobile or console games)
  • A passion for excellence in interface design and usability
  • In-depth knowledge of UI and UX principles
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Exceptional eye for detail and quality
  • Experience with Unity is (not essential but highly desirable)

If this role sparks your interest, please get back to us and expect a call from Ryan Laville #gamechanger


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