UI Artist

We’re Muse Games, an independent game development studio in NYC. We focus on boundary pushing co-op gameplay and AI, with the aim of bringing people closer together through games. We are the team behind the award-winning and best-selling Guns of Icarus series on Steam and PS4 that features team-based multiplayer airship combat set in a post-apocalyptic, steam/dieselpunk-inspired world. Other past projects include the App Store Game of the Week featured platformer CreaVures set in a decaying mystical bioluminescent forest. Currently, we are training a kung-fu fighting hamster named Pimm and empowering it to lead an uprising against the vermin corrupting Hamsterdam. Other current projects explore a desolate but spiritual planet, question the impact of technology on human consciousness, and play with fire, irreverently.

We are looking for a talented UI Artist to to join our fully remote studio!


  • Work with the Art Director to establish a graphic design language for an open-world exploration/survival UI
  • Collaborate with the Game Director, Art Director and Engineers to concept a game UI – from wireframe to final art assets
  • Ensure that the UI experience remains cohesive, while also continuing to iterate on the visual style based on feedback, gameplay, and UX considerations when needed
  • Author shipping-quality UI art assets, and manage additional work (icons, marketing key art, social media assets)
  • Collaborate with the team to iterate and improve the overall UI experience based on feedback and testing – throughout the product’s development and continuing into post launch


  • Experienced with the Adobe Creative Suite (Photoshop, Illustrator, AE)


Though not strictly required, candidates with experience in one or more of the following areas would be given more consideration:

  • Have at least one shipped title
  • Motion graphics and/or animation experience
  • Experience with Unity UGUI
  • Worked within Unity to create layouts for Engineering implementation

Interested? Send your resume and a link to your portfolio to jobs@musegames.com!