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User Experience – Designer (contract)
San Diego Studio
San Diego Studio is looking for a highly skilled user experience designer to assist with the creation and support of our front-end and in-game user interfaces. The ideal candidate would possess a deep understanding of both visual communication and information hierarchy in order to provide the best product to our customers. This candidate should have experience working with design systems and iterative prototyping.
- Prepare and assist in designing all facets of the User Interface from conceptualizing wireframes, user flows, and interaction patterns to overseeing the final implementation of features.
- Collaborate with designers, programmers, and the UI team to maintain consistent interactivity patterns across the breadth of the interface
- Bounce between multiple tasks, projects, and requests while maintaining consistentency across all features.
- Provide and receive constructive feedback and critique.
- 3+ years of experience designing user interfaces for video games.
- Advanced knowledge of XD, Figma, or similar software.
- Understanding of fundamental graphic design principles, usability, and UI design best practices.
- Ability to produce high quality work quickly within strict deadlines and time constraints.
- Ability to work with frequent design changes and iterations.
- Knowledge of current graphic, video game, and web design trends.
- Excellent team player with strong verbal and written communication skills.
- General understanding of programming principles is a plus.
- A passion for video games is a plus.
- Experience working on Mobile apps/ Mobile games is a plus
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