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UX/UI Designer


3+ years experience

Are you our next talent?

Playstudios Israel is looking for a UI/UX Designer to join us in creating amazing games for millions of global players!

In this role you will use your expertise in UI and UX development to create unique, high quality experiences on multiple mobile platforms. You should have prior experience in mobile apps development as you will need to be able to quickly iterate and develop flows, screens, icons, and information hierarchy. Top design skills, collaboration and communication are key as you will work across multiple groups to translate specifications into compelling designs.

This is a versatile role with various tasks, ranging from overcoming creative challenges to presenting design solutions to stakeholders and product owners. You’ll be working in a deadline driven environment creating visually stunning, user friendly, consistent and highly-polished art assets, delivered within technical constraints.

Are you up to the challenge?

Am I eligible to apply?

Below are non-negotiable requirements for the position

  • 3 years experience as a UX/UI Designer
  • Expertise in building wireframes and flows
  • Mastered Adobe Photoshop
  • A well-developed sense of colour and composition
  • A substantial interest in form and typography
  • A portfolio showing your talent and flexibility in tackling different styles
  • Strong branding abilities
  • Quick learner
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills in English
  • Knowledge in any 3D softwares is a plus

Hybrid skills needed

Do you have the right skill set for this job?

  • A team player
  • Tech savvy
  • Creative thinker
  • Innovative
  • Used to working at a fast pace
  • Multitasking skills
  • Organizational skills
  • Attention to detail
  • Initiative
  • Agile methodologies

A day in the life of a UX/UI Designer

  • Kickoff:
    Enjoy coffee and breakfast before setting up your tasks for the day
  • Morning:
    Work on a wireframe for a new user flow
  • Late morning:
    Sit with a product owner to deep dive into requirements for a new feature
  • Lunchtime:
    Refuel with a healthy lunch!
  • Afternoon:
    Have a meeting with the R&D team to present your latest iteration of visuals
  • Until evening:
    Design marketing materials for a product launch
UX/UI Designer


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