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UI artist - FTP Games


Skillsearch Limited

Salary on application

City of London, United Kingdom

United Kingdom

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Permanent | Full Time


UI Artist in London

Are you a UI Artist with experience working on a variety games? Would you like the opportunity to work on high-quality mobile racing games at an indie studio in London?

At this studio you will be working on making seamless and exciting user interfaces for their newest generation of racing games. You’ll need to understand player behaviour and trends to be successful here, as well as have a background in working on free-to-play mobile games.

The studio uses player feedback to continuously improve their games, so you will be using this data to identify opportunities to update and upgrade games. You will benefit from working alongside a small, proud and passionate team that constantly strive to be the best in racing games.

UI Artist responsibilities:

Prepare design for UI alongside product owner and design team

Define UI style by working with product owner and stakeholders

Deliver bug-free UI for the games

Key requirements for this role in London:

Experience creating user interfaces for free-to-play mobile games and games that use RPG mechanics

Experience working on live-ops products

Excellent graphic design skills

Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator experience

Unity 3D and Unity GUI experience

Tags: UI Artist, UI Designer, UI, UX, Racing Games

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