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What a Lead UI Technical Artist does at Criterion
We are looking for creative and collaborative people to build the game’s User Interface. You will ensure it is implemented efficiently within the game’s visual scripting and layout engine following engineering principles.
You will work in a team with other UI TAs, Designers, Artists, Engineers and a Producer to build seamless and immersive interfaces to make the player’s experience as intuitive and appealing as possible.
You will use your experience to help mentor the UI TA team, improve workflows and create assets for the interface as part of a creative and collaborative team.
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