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JR. Interactive Designer Needed

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Curious Brain, a rising mobile app development agency, is seeking a Jr. Interactive Designer with a deep love of games to join our team in Brooklyn.

We currently incubate ideas and develop games, apps, and campaigns for leading companies in media (Power Rangers, Thomas The Tank Engine, Atari), consumer goods (Paul Frank Industries, Target, TokiDoki), and health (WebMD).

We’re seeking a part-time Jr. Interactive Designer who can give us up to 20 quality hours a week. The ideal candidate has 1-3 years of design & user interaction experience. Agency experience is a huge plus.
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
+ Research our clients’ branding and characters to inspire interesting game ideas.
+ Research and playtest competitors’ apps to compile useful write-ups and references for our internal team.
+ Synthesize research into sketches, wireframes and written specs that are creative AND feasible.
+ Iterate on game designs and work agilely with producers and devs to create prototypes.
+ Usability test our apps and systematically document your results.

The candidate must have proven ability in the following areas:
+ T-shaped (broad and deep) fascination with games, pop culture, tech, and design.
+ Clear and direct writing style.
+ Experience creating UX references: wireframes, use cases, task flows, etc.
+ Fluency in industry-standard tools like Photoshop, Illustrator, and OmniGraffle.
+ Degree in relevant field such as Human Factors, Product Design, Graphic Design, Interaction Design, or equivalent combination of education and work history.
+ Good personal organization to juggle multiple projects.
+ The maturity to collaborate well within our dynamic team, and deliver great results on time.

Compensation by the hour and very competitive.

Please send your resume to Melissa at melissa@curiousbrain.com. The resume should be in PDF format, with clear descriptions of your specific role in past projects. We also require the URL of an online portfolio featuring your best work.

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