Established in 2008, Ubisoft Chengdu is one of the key game studios in western China and a full-fledged production center, with over 320 talents contributing to Ubisoft’s line-up. We have a strong track record of co-development on Ubisoft’s biggest brands such as Assassin’s Creed®, Skull and Bones™ and For Honor®, as well as developing casual games such as Rabbids party game and bringing hit titles to Switch.
Meanwhile, we are also a pioneer in cutting-edge technology driving Ubisoft’s “games as a service (GAAS)” ethos. Chengdu’s technology team develops products that empower production teams to make educated, data-driven decisions on hit Ubisoft brands.
We’re looking for a UX designer to create the best user experience for Ubisoft casual games branch (card games, board games). With a user centric mindset, you will define the structures and wireframe of the features, present your creative design to the whole team and ensure the best experiences in the final delivery. In addition, you have a strong interest in user research, and you have already been part or organized playtest sessions.
- Understand the user requirements with input from product manager
- Propose and present how users interact with features by rapid prototyping tools (Axure, Balsamiq etc.) and continuously optimize the user experience
- Optimize the visual design of product interfaces by following the mainstream trend of web products (flat/metro/material style etc.)
- Define and work out the UX and visual design standards of all products
- At least 2 years working experience on UX design
- Proficient in at least 1 prototyping tool for web products (Axure, Balsamiq or others)
- Proficient in at least 1 visual design tool (Photoshop, Illustrator or others)
- Familiar with the design specifications for products based on web; Familiar with design for dashboard, admin and backend system is a plus
- Quickly learning and understand business knowledge, interests on cut edged technology (big data, load test and machine learning etc.) is a plus
- User-centered mindset