Salary on application
Brighton and Hove, United Kingdom
Permanent | Full Time
UX Designer in Brighton
Are you an experienced UX Designer for games? Want to take on a new challenge at a state-of-the-art studio? This could be your ideal new role…
As a UX Designer at this studio in Brighton, you will be working within a team of talented designers to ensure games are made with players in mind, with innovative designs to ensure the smoothest user experience possible.
The AAA studio are forward-thinking and use the best technologies to ensure their games are of the highest quality.
As a part of the team, you will benefit from private medical care, free food and drink onsite and a subsidised gym membership, as well as much more! You will also be offered relocation support if you will be moving to Leamington Spa from outside of the UK for the position.
UX Designer responsibilities:
See projects through from conception to completion
Use your knowledge of design to produce innovative UX solutions
Provide documentation to support your work
Essential requirements for this role in Brighton:
Strong prior experience with user experience design within a game studio
Strong visual design skills
Passionate for games on all platforms
Strong portfolio of work
Tags: UX, User Experience, UI, User Interface, Game Design, Game Art, Game Artist, UX Artist, User Experience Designer, User Experience Artist, AAA, Leamington Spa
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