UI/UX Designer (Contract)


Employment Type
Salary on application

A successful and reputable gaming studio based in the UK (London) are looking for an experienced Senior UI/UX Designer with a background working on hardcore gaming titles to join the established art team.


  • Create functional and aesthetically impressive user interfaces for use on mobile and tablets
  • Work closely with the Art Director to define and develop new features and improve on existing designs
  • Be responsible for all phases of the design process from concept through to implementation considering the design fundamentals and user experience
  • You understand advertiser needs as well as feature design of top performing products in mobile and free-to-play  games.
  • You develop and maintain detailed user-interface specifications and design documents.


  • Technical proficiency in all industry standard design software including Photoshop, Illustrator and After Effects
  • Exceptional communication skills preferably with a background in Senior or Lead positions as UI/UX designer
  • Over 5 years industry experience across gaming to demonstrate high capability within a Senior position

If you have the ambition and experience to land in the role and make an instant impact and direct influence on globally recognised titles then this is the opportunity for you. 

The successful applicant will be given a generous remuneration package with salary ranges dependant on experience.

To discuss the role in more detail, apply today and contact hk@skillsearch.com for further details. Applications are being reviewed immediately.

Reference: AUPE-665614

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Consultant Harry Kwok

Working alongside Alex, Harry is dedicated to speaking to brilliant Games Artists across the globe. A County level Squash champion Harry also likes a sedate life and is more likely to be found at the weekend with a fishing rod in hand rather than a racquet.