UI Engineer (Unity)

Experimental Design
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Posted
January 14, 2022
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Experimental Design is looking for a UI Engineer to join our team in developing a cross-platform, interactive city of the future (Unity). You will be collaborating with our lead and backend engineers as well as our graphic designer to further refine the existing interface on our desktop application, and help design/define the interface for our upcoming VR experience. You will be responsible for maintaining and building upon our visual language, and conceptualizing and designing new UI architecture. This is a contract-to-hire assignment with potential to grow into a longer-term position.

Required Skills:

  • Experience in UI/UX implementation and design
  • Unity 3D engineering
  • C#
  • Ability to translate vision from graphic artist into game engine
  • Game/VR UI development experience
  • Good communicator/collaborator with team of engineers, writers, designers

Nice to have (but big bonus points if you do!):

  • Experience with Houdini procedural software

How to apply:

Please include resume and examples of or links to your work when applying through LinkedIn.

About Us

Experimental Design is a design and production studio that harnesses the power of expert-based narratives and world building design methodologies across diverse forms of digital media to impact the world. Based on a collaborative and creative process incorporating multiple disciplines and perspectives, Experimental builds worlds that contextualize the future of human experience at various scales, from large ecosystems to individual expression. The worlds and related stories and characters are used by Experimental's clients to foster their external and internal communications as well as strategic business planning and partner development.

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