Designers find the joy in our ideas.
Game designers shape the challenges and tune the weapons that our players run amok with. They make sure that our games delight the mind with interesting interactions between players and AI. It is their mission to construct mechanics that don’t require a manual to understand, keeping in mind that the best games are easy to learn, but difficult to master. Designers create fun for everyone, from hardcore competitors to casual weekend gamers.
User Experience (UX) designers bring their love of research, design, and gaming to focus on an entirely different challenge—making Blizzard and our games an easier place to navigate. They could be working on user-centered design or research projects, or creating and supporting software or Web solutions for our gamers or employees. Usability interviews, Web and business intelligence (BI) analytics, multivariate statistics, and data mining are the tricks of the trade they use to help our teams understand what our users are doing and why.
Blizzard designers aren’t just “idea people”—they find elegant and enduring designs everywhere, and implement them effectively with scripting, layout and testing. With world editing software at their fingertips, they iterate until our gameplay and user experiences shine as brightly as any gorgeous environment or stirring soundtrack.
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