Company: Sago Sago
Location: Toronto, Canada
Category: Interaction Designer
Sago Sago is seeking a talented and passionate interactive designer to join our team creating digital toys for young children. The designer will play a crucial role working with our artists and developers to create software that is beautiful and fun.
- Ensure all software is visually beautiful, consistent and polished.
- Generate and refine game concepts within a collaborative environment.
- Play an active, hands-on role in graphic asset production.
- Visual design. Ability to use typography, colour and form to create beautiful screen-based designs.
- Interface design. Understanding of interactive media design principals, best practices and process.
- Technical. Mastery of Adobe Creative Suite software and related digital media tools. Good understanding of digital media fundamentals.
Also an asset:
- Genuine enthusiasm for learning new skills and making beautiful software.
- Hands-on experience preparing assets for mobile applications.
- Experience in kids media, entertainment, education, or changing diapers.
- Good with puppet shows, crafts, lego, cupcake parties, and related activities.
- Likes to tinker.
This is a great opportunity to work with a fantastic team to bring smiles to a whole lot of kids. You’ll be joining an experienced team who have created dozens of award-winning apps, websites and games for young children. Our studio produces magical, high-quality apps for children. We believe technology can play a positive role in kids lives. We champion the unique talents of our young audience and feel kids deserve digital content that is beautiful, functional and a joy to use.
This is a full-time position based in our Toronto studio at King and Portland. We offer competitive compensation as well as benefits and paid vacation. Please send a letter outlining your skills and experience including relevant examples of your work to email@example.com. Potential clients will be contacted for an interview.
Posted on: 12/03/2013
Posted in: Jobs-Archive