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UI Artist

  • Location: London
  • Salary/rate: £25,000 - £35,000
  • Date posted: 23/06/17
  • Job reference: 5747
  • Permanent
This vacancy has now expired.

 

Amiqus have partnered with an exciting games studio based in London who require an experienced UI Artist to work on a range of F2P mobile titles.

The studio have produced a range of games which have consistently hit over 1 million downloads and have topped the charts in many International countries. 

As the UI Artist, you will assist on implementing solid User Interfaces, ensuring the quality bar stays high and consistent with the games layout. You will be tasked with producing concepts, prototypes and executing the graphical front-end, such as menus, icons and buttons, which users can interact with. You will also be tasked with designing the user experience (UX) to each feature in the game and helping with the Marketing Art and Live Ops campaigns.  

The role will complement someone looking for creative freedom and a chance to leave their thumbprint on multiple projects. The ideal candidate’s portfolio will contain good solid User interfaces, such as icons, buttons and menus. 

Requirements 

  • At least 2 years’ experience in the games industry
  • Strong User Interface design experience  
  • Experienced with Photoshop and Illustrator
  • A portfolio demonstrating your work 

The studio have an amazing benefits package and studio perks, including a generous holiday allowance, pension, free food/drink, games room, and trips to their International offices. 

If you are interested in applying to this role then please send your CV and portfolio link to will.hudson@amiqus.com 
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