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Get a job: Be a UI Designer for The Odd Gentlemen

Wayward Manor developers The Odd Gentlemen are expanding, and they're looking to hire an experienced user interface designer to work alongside them in Los Angeles on the development of King's Quest.

January 8, 2015

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UI ArtistThe Odd Gentlemen

Location: Los Angeles, CA

The Odd Gentlemen are looking for a fine gent or lady to join our team in Los Angeles to work on King’s Quest. Our ideal gentleperson has experience building intuitive UIs and excellent Flash/Scaleform skills. A strong understanding of iconography is a must. You will work closely with a small team who are passionate about creating fantastical games.

We are looking for a UI Artist to join our team. The UI Artist will work directly with the Creative Director and Art Director in establishing a thematically driven UI.


  • Designs and leads the creation of UI design, interactions, and motion design matching the tone of the title.

  • Works in tandem with the art director to define the visual language.

  • Communicates needs to engineers to accomplish UI goals so appropriate tools and scripts are available.

  • Specs out UI designs, tasks, and estimates time as needed.

  • Make assets with an eye toward maintaining The Odd Gentlemen’s brand for artistic style.

  • Able to troubleshoot and assist with minimal scripting.


  • At least 2 years experience as a UI Artist, ideally in games.

  • Can generate motion graphics and implement them.

  • Understands and is able to write own Actionscript is a plus.

  • Expert in Photoshop and skilled in Illustrator.

  • Experienced with Flash and understanding of Scaleform.

  • A passion for story-driven games and fantastical worlds and characters.

  • Able to work with minimal supervision but willing to ask questions if unclear.

  • Always looking for ways to make things better.

  • Understanding of the technical needs of game production art.

  • Self-motivated with solid time management skills.

Interested? Apply now.

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