Senior UI/UX Designer

Storm8, developer of many successful mobile games, including the very popular Property Brothers Home Design and Home Design Makeover, is now looking for a talented Senior UI/UX Designer to help us level up—as we further expand our portfolio of games, and continue to add exciting new features to keep our players engaged and entertained!

Our Senior UI/UX Designer will be responsible for working with our team of Designers, Engineers, and Artists to bring our new visions and ideas to life: all the way from wireframes to finished in-game UI art and animation. The ideal candidate will bring a solid and seasoned understanding of mobile game development and current trends, as well as the ability to contribute at a high level with minimal direction. Portfolio link is required to apply.

Responsibilities

  • Identifies the goals of each project and presents multiple realistic solutions. Calls out the pros and cons of each option
  • Takes feature specifications and creates clear and detailed wireframes for other departments to review
  • Collaborates with other team members to come up with design solutions
  • Works through all user flows, solving edge cases and interactivity challenges
  • Mocks up screens and views, and responds and adjusts per team feedback
  • Creates UI icons, dialog elements, and other assets within the game style
  • Works with Engineering to implement UI assets, screens, and animation in Unity
  • Playtests often to ensure quality work; fixes UI and localization bugs
  • Constantly strives for pixel perfect implementation and consistent visual quality
  • Creates clean and intuitive UX designs and promotes constant improvement of our UI/UX systems and shared functions
  • Consistently produces quality visuals and works with Artists, Designers, and Engineers to push the envelope of our UI visuals and animation
  • Shares knowledge and experience with other members of the team by providing constructive and actionable feedback to ensure product consistency and quality
  • Receives feedback gracefully
  • Consistently performs at a high level with minimal direction
  • Strives to always design an innovative UI and a positive UX

Requirements

  • BA degree in Human-Computer Interaction, Interaction Design, or a closely related discipline
  • 5 years of experience as a UI/UX Designer in game development
  • Solid UX, art, graphic design, and motion graphics/animation knowledge and abilities
  • Strong proficiency in Illustrator, Photoshop, and Unity
  • A compelling UI/UX portfolio, including both wireframe and finished UI work, that displays proficiency in all stages of feature development
  • Capacity to scope, set project deadlines, and deliver work on time to meet project deadlines
  • Skilled in presenting ideas and making recommendations based on facts and examples in a clear and coherent manner
  • Ability to create and contribute to a style for a game’s UI and interactivity that is very appealing, intuitive, and clear
  • Extreme attention to detail

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