UI/UX Artist in Istanbul
Do you love creating stunning UI for high quality games and are looking for a new opportunity to leave your stamp on a game? If this sounds like you, we could have the perfect role!
As a UI/UX Artist at this studio in Istanbul, you will be using your skills and experience to create exciting and beautiful new game content for players. If you understand UI trends and love working with other artists to create a great final product, you’ll be a great fit for this role.
This studio is owned by a games giant and is home to several top-rated titles! This creatively driven and collaborative team is a great one to join and in return for your hard work you will get to enjoy private medical care, an onsite chef, wellness schemes including fitness classes and massages, and loads more!
UI/UX Artist responsibilities:
Essential requirements for this role in Istanbul:
If you think you could be the candidate for this role, get in touch today! Contact Jane on email@example.com or apply now using the form below!
Tags: UI Artist, UX Artist, Game UI, Game UX, User Interface, User Experience, Game Artist, Game Art, Mobile Games, Istanbul Jobs
Years of experience and salary levels are shown purely as a guide. We will only consider applications from candidates that can demonstrate the skills or experience required for the role.
Please be aware that while we would love to respond to every application we receive, due to high numbers we cannot guarantee this. We do however appreciate any time you invest into the application and will make sure to get in touch should anything in future more closely fit your skillset.
Jane is a member of our Art team and works alongside Nicole and Ellie as a matchmaker for candidates and clients in the industry. Like most of us, Jane thrives on being a Brightonian and loves the buzz of living in the heart of the North Laines thanks to the weekly flea market and unique music venues. One of Jane’s proudest accolades is being the brains behind Brighton’s funky Hotel Pelirocco, which she’s almost as proud of as she is her daughter – not forgetting her three feline fur babies too!