As a Senior Experience Designer, you will have the following responsibilities:

  • Conceptualize and develop innovative controls & patterns that work across 2D & 3D experiences
  • Rapidly prototype and work with prototyping team to iterate concepts to demonstrate your design
  • Thinking in systems for platforms and operating systems
  • Create documentation for the design work and build 
  • Work closely with Software team to bring design details to high level of fidelity 
  • Collaborate with cross-discipline peers to solve technical and creative problems
  • Take ownership of user interface design area of focus and work through completion; seek out and implement feedback to constantly improve and refine design
  • Demonstrate and communicate clear expectations for quality of work, productivity, communication, and professionalism with team
  • Work with designers, managers, and developers to define and meet key milestones as well as create task lists and work estimates
  • Be positive, critical thinker, and creative force with a growth mindset in the team
  • Mentoring junior designers
  • A visual thinker who can create wireframes that is proficient in visualization and presenting ideas to others showcasing the end-to-end user experience
  • Think in 3D and spatial methods


  • BA/BFA in 3D Design, Communication design, Interaction design or equivalent industry experience
  • 5-7+ years of interaction design experience 
  • 2+ years minimum of XR/VR exp
  • Understanding of design tools such as Adobe CC, Figma, C4D
  • Conceptualize and develop innovative controls & patterns that work across 0D, 2D, 3D experiences
  • Have knowledge of Input modalities, such as gesture recognition, controller, eye and head tracking, voice UX
  • Design user interface systems or experiences that support multi-modal inputs
  • Ensure designs conform to responsive UI/UX methodologies
  • Create rapid digital and spatial sketches, interactions, prototypes to demonstrate the functionality of design
  • Designed user interface in a 3D, Virtual or Augmented Reality product that has shipped
  • Experience in the following areas of User Experience design: Accessibility, Eye Tracking, Gesture and Voice
  • It is a plus to work in Unity, Unreal or equivalent tools to design user interfaces for interactive experiences, films or apps

Additional Information

  • All your information will be kept confidential according to Equal Employment Opportunities guidelines.



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