Department: College of Education, LD and Ruth G Morgridge Endowed Chair, Gabel 155C Employment Type: Regular and Work-Study Employment Job Starts: March 01, 2018 Work Type: Technical
Listing for graphic designer(s). You will have a chance of working on an active research project funded by the NSF in a very exciting field of robotics and augmented reality (AR) in education. You will be developing mostly 3D characters and objects to be integrated into robot-based and AR-based learning environments.
Pursuing Bachelor's in Graphic Design or related field
3D graphic design: 1 year
Responsibilities and Duties:
*Develop 2D and 3D graphics for Android apps
*Develop 3D graphics for Augmented Reality
*Act as graphics support for the research team in designing / developing educational software
*Create and manage the research group web site's illustrations and interface designs
*Develop print illustrations when needed
Send resume and work samples to:
drop materials at Gabel 155
Pay Rate: $ $ hourly based on programming skills and experience. GRA, tuition plus stipend.
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Important Note About this Job
Have experience in these graphic design software Android
*Basic graphic design tools, e.g., Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, etc.
*3D design tools, e.g., Daz studio, Autodesk products, Maya, etc.
*3D character development tools, e.g., iClone, MakeHuman, People Putty, Poser, etc.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Highly motivated and self-driven, capable of working with little instruction to resolve demanding tasks, as well as work in a team
Preferred: experience with or willing to learn video editing tools, e.g., Adobe AfterEffects, Premier, etc.
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