Many companies are hiring for Video Game Designer jobs. A Video Game Designer conceptualizes, plans, and creates video games for video game production companies. Often, this requires a degree in Video Game Design; as well as a passion for the industry. Solid knowledge of previous and newly released video games is essential, as well as highly technical abilities with software and computers. A successful Video Game Designer resume should also show that the candidate is highly analytical, has great problem solving skills, and can work successfully in a collaborative environment. To better understand how Video Game Designer resumes should be presented, take a look here.
183 Desert Broom Court
Newark, NJ 7102
Career Objective: Creative and aggressive game designer willing to contribute my expertise in making game design concepts. My goal is to make every game unique and enjoyable and that the game will flow on without hitch.
• Gaming devices designed: Xbox, Playstation3 and Nintendo
• Strong understanding of the dynamics of the game
• Excellent game logic and designs
• Creative in making special action effects
• Great teamwork skills
Video Game Designer, July 2009-Present
AML, Gardena, CA
• Conceptualized great story lines for a more interesting game.
• Designed individualized virtual environment according to client's requests.
• Studied the plot, rules, artwork and mission of the game.
• Verified codes for video games.
• Designed background for street racing games.
Video Game Developer, December 2007-May 2009
DGF, Alsea, OR
• Calculated the speed of the car, setting the maximum limit on how fast it should run.
• Partnered with graphic artists in conceptualizing game designs.
• Presented final product to the management.
• Selected the sound that would go with each of the game episodes.
• Studied every aspect of the game to be able to produce detailed game designs.
Master Degree in Graphic Design
Harvard University, Cambridge, MA
Bachelor Degree in Computer Science
Hofstra University, Hempstead, NY