The Technical Artist serves as an integrator between art and engineering, working closely with the artists and engineers to ensure that the player-facing vision for the game is achieved. Other duties include managing and improving the content creation pipeline, coaching game artists on asset implementation, and staying current on game industry tools and processes
We are seeking a developer responsible for building games for various target platforms based on the Unity framework. Your primary responsibilities will be to implement game functionality translating design ideas, concepts, and requirements into a functional and engaging game. A commitment to collaborative problem solving, sophisticated design, and a quality product are essential.
Implement art assets in Unity.
Identify and solve technical issues related to the art pipeline.
Provide artists with technical feedback to ensure the creation of optimised assets.
Document and evangelise best practices.
Profiling game performance and applying art optimisation techniques.
Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science, Art, Related Field, or Equivalent Experience.
Minimum 1-3 years’ experience in game development
Developing knowledge of 2D graphic and animation software (After Effects and 3DSMax or equivalent)
Working knowledge of Unity
Basic knowledge of C#
Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Familiarity with 3D Studio Max (3DSMAX) or other 3D software.
Understanding of UI / UX principles across various platforms.
We like to have fun, we love what we do, we relax when we need to, we are a great team and we deliver;
High-level compensation and regular performance based salary and career development reviews;
Medical insurance (health), employee assistance program;
Paid vacation, holidays and sick leaves;
Gym 24/7, personal fitness instructor;
Massage in the office, personal wellness consultant;
English classes with native speakers and partially or fully reimbursed personal trainings and conferences;
Team building and a lot of fun to take a break, relax, and give you the freedom to think beyond the next line of code.