Senior UX Designer- (mobile experience required, remote ok)

Art/Animation, UI/UX & Visual Development Los Angeles, California San Francisco, California



        Lead the user experience design for a new title from concept to shipping.

        Collaborate closely with leaders in other functions to ensure the problems we’re solving are positively impacting the high-level product strategy from inception to launch.

        Act as a champion for the customer, always finding ways to balance business goals without sacrificing their needs, motivations, and values.

        Execute on all phases of the design process—strategy, research, concepts, design, implementation, and success metrics.

        Create wireframes, mockups, user flows, and prototypes to communicate design solutions

        Evolve and establish visual design system for user interface

        Develop and maintain specs, assets, documentation to support implementation and shared understanding across the team.

        Work in close collaboration with other members of the Product Design team to inform and improve company-wide design processes and practices.



        6+ years designing mobile experiences

        A strong growth mindset with ability to adapt quickly to change

        Communication style that is concise, articulate, and capable of inspiring a team

        Ability to work autonomously without a lot of specific direction

        Understanding of product strategy principles and practices

        Comfortable discussing technical logic with engineers

        Familiarity with standard UX tools and design systems

        Strong graphic design skills and solid understanding of typography

        Ability to marry an existing art style with intuitive interaction design

        Prototyping, testing, and iterating UX flows

        Adaptable to a wide range of tools, techniques, and practices

        Particular interest and experience in fashion or casual games a big plus

        Please include a portfolio link with at least one relevant case study