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part time UI Artist Job Posting

at NeuroScouting LLC in Cambridge, MA

NeuroScouting LLC has short-term contractual/internship work for a User Interface Artist to help us build cutting edge software designed for professional athletes and the medical field. At NeuroScouting we combine neuroscience and game technology to develop advanced training platforms for high level elite populations and healthcare applications. Our applications are used by hundreds of professional athletes, so we aspire to the highest quality standards.

As a User Interface Artist, you will be tasked with:
-Designing and creating 2D and 3D(plus) game UI assets and animations
-Working closely with the Visual Designer to develop overall style and presentation
-Working with other team members to implement UI functionality into the game engine
-Improving the current UI framework and collaborating on ideas to improve product usability


Qualifications:
- Ability to design and create UI Assets (buttons, menus, icons, backgrounds, scoring visualizations, etc.) for PC and iPad
- Preferred experience with Motion graphics and UI animations for games or applications
- Ability to take creative direction and work autonomously
- Familiarly with game development or game UI design and implementation is a plus
- Must have a creative mind and be able to come up with interesting ways of solving design bottlenecks
- Must have a portfolio or samples of other UI work or applicable Graphic Design work
-Full-time (in office) preferred with the possibility of part-time for the right candidate
-Minimum 3 month commitment, up to 5-8 months dependent on need/availability

Software Knowledge:
-Proficiency in the Adobe Creative Suite (Photoshop, After Effects Illustrator, etc.)

Pluses:
-Unity 3D engine
-Autodesk Maya or equivalent 3D/animation package
-JIRA

Please send portfolio or work examples to neuro_design@neuroscouting.com
NeuroScouting LLC
Cambridge, MA

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