Game Designer / Animator at Chess.com
Chess.com is looking for a Game Designer / Animator to help make playing chess more fun and rewarding. With over 600 million active players, chess is the most popular game on Earth. As a Game Designer/Animator for Chess.com, you will have a hand in shaping how these players experience a game that has continued to grow in popularity for the last 1500 years. With almost 50 million members, you will find this role to be extremely rewarding as the interface and experience you create will be used by millions of passionate people.
As part of the Chess.com team, you will work closely with our product, design, and development teams to energize, simplify, and modernize the playing experience on our mobile and web applications. Our Chess.com team of over 100 awesome developers, content producers, and support members all work remotely, so strong communication skills, self-motivation, and a great attitude are required!
- Mobile game design experience
- Illustration and animation skills
- Excellent motion design portfolio
- An innate sense of what feels "fun"
- Strong ability to communicate and collaborate within teams
This is a REMOTE, FULL-TIME position. You can learn more about us here:
What's your name?
Where are you from?
What's your email address?
Please link me directly to awesome games you have worked on, and tell me which parts specifically.
What interests you about this job?
What do you think could be done to make chess more "fun"?
What questions do you have for me?
Thank you for applying! NOTE: We are unable to reply to all applications.
We are grateful for you taking the time to submit your information. Chess.com receives hundreds of resumes each week and while we do look at all of them, unfortunately we cannot respond personally to each one of them. If you have not heard from us within a few days, then you can assume that your application did not reach the next stage of interviews. Again, thank you for letting us get to know you. See you over the chess board!
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