Salary on application
City of London, United Kingdom
Art and Animation
Permanent | Full Time
UI/UX Artist – London - Freelance
We are looking for a talented and experienced individual to join an award-winning studio in London as a freelance UI/UX Artist.
As a freelance UI/UX Artist, you will be working to create new user interfaces and improving existing ones at a studio that values quality and efficiency. This means to be successful in this role, you’ll need to be a highly skilled fast worker with proven experience in UI and UX As a part of this studio, you will benefit from private medical and dental care once you’re settled in, along with various other great perks.
UI/UX Artist responsibilities:
Improve UI of internal web tools
Create a seamless and exiting user experience to an excellent standard
Maintain a consistent art style throughout all work
Feedback on features to improve them and increase the quality
Report directly to Operations Director
Key requirements for this role in London:
UX and Graphic Design experience in a senior role
Excellent understanding of UI/UX principles
Skilled in traditional 2D sketching and composition
Experienced in Wireframing and User Flow
Aware of design trends
Passionate about games
This is an exciting opening for someone with excellent graphic design skills looking for a flexible opportunity at a successful games studio. As well as the benefits described above, you will be able to enjoy an onsite gym and masseuse, magazine subscriptions, team meals and many more!
Tags: Games, UI Artist, UX Artists, Artists, AAA, Game Studio, UX Designer, UI Designer
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