[JOB] Freelance Interaction Designer at GameDuell (Berlin, Germany)

15 Dec 2010 - 12:06pm
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Pieter Walsweer
2008

 

Hi everybody,

We are looking for an experienced freelance Interaction Designer for our upcoming redesign project. You’ll work closely in a diverse and passionate team of product managers and visual designers to build and extend our website to create an entertaining and rewarding user experience. 

# What we expect

 

  • You're passionate about great user experience.
  • You appreciate great visual and interaction design.
  • You have at least 3 years of experience in various projects of redesign- or similar scopes.

 

# Key work areas

 

  • Work on the overall site structure
  • Define key interaction flows
  • Create flow charts, sketch wireframes (lo-fi & hi-fi)
  • Help create testable prototypes and do user tests
  • Conduct usability tests and measure UI issues based on best practices
  • Cooperate with our own graphics team to specify page designs and create UI elements

 

# Who we are

With over 20 million registered users, GameDuell is one of the largest social games communities in the world. We have developed 50 flash-based casual games in our own studios and embedded them in a unique tournament platform that enhances social gameplay. We are more than 150 game enthusiasts from 16 countries, low on hierarchy and high on commitment and team-based collaboration.Work with us on this exciting project  in the vibrant media metropolis Berlin. Online games is the fastest growing area worldwide in the media business. You can be part of this growth! Watch this short video and meet some of your future team-mates here: http://jobs.gameduell.net/de

# Facts

 

  • Location: Attractive work environment in an exceptional loft office in Berlin-Mitte
  • Opening: Immediately
  • Compensation: Industry standard and according to qualification

 

# Contact

 If you are what we're looking for, please contact me via email (pieter.walsweer@gameduell.de) or phone (+49 [0]30 - 288 768 668).

Best regards,
Pieter Walsweer

 

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