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UI/Visual Designer - Video Games

Remote | Los Angeles, CA
Freelance | Job ID #64574 | Posted Last Week

Our client, a video game company, is seeking a UI/Visual Designer to join the team. We're looking for candidates with the following skill set and experience to fill the role. 

You will be responsible to:

  • Develop and execute visuals and UI to support new game modes and events and products.
  • Work with other visual designers and your art lead, you will develop style guides and improve upon our existing UI work in and around the game.
  • Work cross-functionally to execute the creative vision and strategy for your initiative
  • Create visually balanced and intuitive interfaces that show a strong grasp of readability, hierarchy, platform, and player behavior patterns
  • Extend themes throughout the project establishing style guides and conventions
  • Understand concepts and processes behind the guides, but also know when to break the rules
  • Collaborate with art, game design, and UX design to create a compelling visual experience that meets the goals for player interaction
  • Create assets through each stage of development, driving the development of concepts from early ideation to implementation in-game engine
  • Use a deep knowledge of systemic design, graphic design, interactivity, layout, typography, color theory, and illustration to create a seamless player experience
  • Possess a growth mindset, seeking mentorship from the discipline artists and community
  • Establish the quality bar for your discipline


  • 5-7 years of professional experience as a Visual Designer, UI Designer, or UI Artist
  • Hands-on experience contributing to a major feature, game, product launch, or entertainment property through the craft of visual communication design.
  • Expert knowledge of Adobe CC products including photoshop


  • Knowledge of the game development pipeline including optimization, localization, implementation
  • Experience in Figma
  • Familiarity with Unity
  • Experience in a secondary area such as motion graphics, illustration, animation, or modeling is a plus

​Does this sound like you? Apply today!



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