Senior UI Artist – Netherlands – VR Titles

Location: Amsterdam, Netherlands Salary: Negotiable

Job ID: #1982 Posted: 2 months ago

The Senior UI artist is responsible for the aesthetics of the UI in OPM’s Client VR games. Working closely together with Game Designers, you also play a vital role in the UX design, ensuring the user is guided through the experience by clear and beautiful visuals.


•          Define the UI visual style and document this in a style guide;

•          Contribute to UX design process by making mock-ups, wireframes etc.;

•          Create and animate 2D and 3D UI assets and implement these in the game engine;

•          Safeguard an optimal end user experience.



•          Extensive experience as a UI/UX artist in the game industry;

•          Expert understanding of UI visual tools like priority, weight, form, color etc.;

•          Experience in 2D and 3D content creation for UIs (Photoshop and Maya preferred);

•          Experience with implementing UI content in Unity and/or UE4;

•          Great affinity with the UI/UX field and virtual reality.



•          3D modeling and/or animation background;

•          Concept art skills;

•          Passionate about games with an ability to analyze competitive products for their strengths and weaknesses.



•          You are highly communicative;

•          You are not afraid of creative clashes;

•          You think outside the box;

•          You can adapt to different visual styles;

•          You are a creative & methodical thinker.

Tagged as: UI Art

Max. file size: 10 MB.

Tags: UI Art Categories: Art , Creative


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