The Gaming Design Studio is a leader in gaming and entertainment experiences for customers worldwide. The experiences we create are for a diverse audience – from hard-core gamers to casual media-consumers across TV, PC, Web, and Mobile, and beyond. We partner closely with Engineering, Business, and other Design teams to envision, design, and deliver entertainment experiences that are simple and beautiful.
We seek a Visual Designer to help reshape the future of our recently launched Mixer, a premier destination for cross-platform Broadcasting and Viewing. Together with our team of motion design, interaction design, game design, and design developers, you will help us think visually and craft assets that delight and engage our users. Above all, you have craft, you can bring an experience to life that communicates and demonstrates the product. We are a design team with great passion for gaming and for gamers – join us and help shape the future of Gaming!
Primary responsibilities include:
- Producing concept models, visual comps, screen-flows, and other artifacts required to develop and evolve the user experience
- Shipping designs for software development on time and at high quality
- Working to ensure the visual design aligns with or evolves the brand
- Building consensus around design direction
- Some understanding of interaction design principles and process (conceptual modeling, heuristics, patterns, usability, etc.)
- Deep understanding of visual design principles and process (typography, iconography, composition, color, layout, etc.)
- Experience with and understanding of a variety of design, project management, and development processes and methodologies including agile development
- Demonstrable ability to work confidently with Program Management, Development, Product Planning, Brand, Marketing, and User Research
- Excellent written and verbal communication, presentation, and organizational skills
- Expertise with Sketch, Illustrator, Photoshop, and related tools
- A minimum of a BA/BS degree in Graphic Design, Communication Design, Interface Design, Human-Computer-Interaction, or equivalent experience