Wargaming Forge International is a 3-month paid internship within a pioneer of the free-to-play gaming industry. Apply now to contribute to first-class, large-scale game titles while promoting them across the globe—and beyond as we collaborate with the International Space Station from time to time.
We’re looking for an aspiring university graduate with web design skills, some prior experience to speak proudly of, and lots of creative ambition—our games are played by millions worldwide.
We believe that our web presence will benefit from your input as we yearn for a fellow-creator with a unique cultural insight. We want to learn from you as much as we want to share our expertise with you.
Working as a UI/UX designer, you will delve into metrics to understand our users, design interactions based on user behavior, create navigation models and site maps, and apply your technical skills to complete wire frames and prototypes. You’ll have friendly, reassuring supervision, and will receive as much advice as you can bear.
— Understanding of basic principles of responsive and adaptive design
— Familiarity with the modern trends in UI/UX design
— Responsive & adaptive design skills
— Interaction design skills
— Basic skills of user research & analytics
— Basic knowledge of information architecture
— Proven knowledge of wire framing/prototyping (Axure/Balsamiq, etc.)
— Ability to deliver on time
— Teamwork skills
— Eagerness to learn and to share
— A portfolio
A graphic designer with more than a decade of multi-discipline experience, who’s well-versed in a cross-discipline flow.
- Full salary
- A relocation bonus
- Coverage of all costs including the visa, tickets and insurance
- Full assistance for registering in Belarus
- A corporate apartment for a month
- Support while looking for your own place
Minsk is a modern city, with an impressing historical appearance and young heart. It’s green, spacious and full of light in the day and neon at night.
Business-wise, it is one of the biggest booming global IT hubs of recent years and is progressively known as the “Silicon Valley of Europe”.
– James Birtles, Senior English Copywriter & Advisor