Senior UI/UX Artist


Employment Type
Salary on application

A globally recognised gaming studio based in the US has an opening for a Senior UI/UX Artist. This excellent opportunity will be ideal for a motivated and talented UI/UX artist with a proven track record and ambition to work on world class AAA titles.

You must be a highly creative individual with technical skills and previous gaming experience (ideally on shipped console titles)

 Your responsibilities will include:

  • Managing a team of artists Creating visually stunning and user friendly UI Art
  • Help develop UI designs and styles guides
  • Build animations and concepts for creative UI designs
  • Be able to meet challenging deadlines and coach and mentor junior members of the team to build a consistent and high quality level of art

Skills and experience required:

  • Games focused portfolio demonstrating a high level of graphic and motion graphic design ability
  • Technically proficient in Photoshop / Illustrator / Flash / After Effects / Premiere
  • A proven track record of managing teams and delivering to deadlines
  • Experience on AAA titles highly advantageous
  • Experience of working with Scaleform
  • Knowledge of encoding and transcoding practices

If you are looking to take the next step in your career and have the opportunity to work on renowned and successful AAA titles. 

This studio is looking to hire the finest most ambitious artists to build on an already established reputation in the gaming industry.If this seems the right career step for you then contact directly to discuss the role in more detail and have your application considered today.

Reference: APHS-051701

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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.