March 11, 2008 — Leave a comment

I’m directing some super secret games right now, and our team over at Say Design needs some extra members, so you get to hear about them here first!
Title: Flash Animator
Date: 3/8/2008
Location: Aliso Viejo, Ca
Area code: 949
Pay rate: competitive
Length: Permanent
Job description: Flash Animator
We have an immediate opening for a Flash Animator with at least 2 to 4 years experience in a Design discipline (e.g. Multimedia, Graphics). This is an excellent opportunity with a growing game company.
We develop state of the art multi-user game software that runs on Flash, consoles, PC’s, and devices. We offer a work environment full of talented, bright, and self-directed people. We value teamwork, commitment to excellence, an interest in the new ideas to support our base of game players and users.
The Flash Animator will use strong graphics design skills to bring life and vitality to our online gaming products and websites. The Flash Animator must be skilled in a variety of artistic and graphics formats, and have the ability to create fresh ideas that will appeal to an international audience. The primary function will be to create graphics for games and software clients.
Essential Job Functions:
• Develop the necessary graphical elements for various gaming products, primarily animating game designs.
• Develop the necessary graphical elements for the user interfaces on gaming clients and tools.
• Experience with Flash / Actionscript, Photoshop, and HTML
• Demonstrable animation skills
• Knowledge of Flash-based production, XML and content management systems
• Skilled with Microsoft Office suite of tools, including Project, Excel, PowerPoint, Visio and Word
• Outstanding attention to detail and organizational abilities
• Previous experience in a design position, with multiple completed game products is necessary.
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills is necessary.
• An ability to use 3DStudio Max, or Maya.
• Awareness of current industry trends is expected.
• Study of visual design, computer programming, human/computer interaction, media studies, ludology, and/or literary criticism, sufficient to train others is expected.
• Knowledge of a variety of types of games.
• Introductory-level computer programming may be helpful to implement scripted behaviors.
• Study or knowledge of the fundamentals of graphic design, architecture, interior decoration, or landscaping is helpful.
• A passion for developing for high quality games is expected.
Please send resume with cover letter & salary requirements by email only to:
Equal opportunity employer.
Say Design, Inc.

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