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Canada Jobs Amazon, Design Amazon Jobs Canada 2022 | Amazon Jobs in Ontario, for Indians, with Salary, As part of our Games Analysis team, you will support all studios and publishing by providing specific and specialized feedback to help shape our portfolio of games.

You and a team of game analysts will partner with a variety of game stakeholders to understand design intentions and provide both subjective feedback and comparative analysis. If you have a passion for playing games, have technical or artistic gaming expertise, and are excited about influencing game features… come play with us!

Do you have game industry experience or game schooling expertise? Are you passionate about being able to provide end-user feedback and integrating your gaming knowledge along with that feedback?

Do you want to be part of a new innovative team we are building at Amazon games that will combine both subjective feedback and in-depth comparative analysis?

At Amazon Games, we believe that games have the power to connect communities on a massive scale. We believe in the future where everyone is a gamer and everyone can create, compete, collaborate and connect through games. We believe that games will produce some of the most influential voices in media and art, and we are looking for the right people to help us build that future.

Post Name Design Analyst
Company Name Amazon
Expected Salary CAD 38 To CAD 40 Per Hour
Address Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5H 4A9

Responsibility

  • Deliver feedback and analysis on player experience using your expertise in gameplay. Such as camera, controls, and character design functionality.
  • Provide gameplay feedback using game tools and or from design documentation.
  • Understand all gameplay (3Cs) features and guidelines from our game portfolio.
  • Use technical/design gameplay knowledge to create, execute, and maintain test plans.
  • Works closely with the gameplay game team to provide direct feedback and support.
  • Analyze gameplay features while also providing specific competitor comparisons.
  • Escalate features roadblocks/risks for a game features on how change might impact feedback or behavior.
Industry Private
Schedule Type Full Time
Education Required Graduate
Remote No

Basic Qualification:

  • Post-Secondary degree/diploma for specific gaming discipline.
  • Experience/knowledge in one or various of the following video game-related fields: UI, level design, level art, audio design, and programming (AI, UI, Gameplay, game engine, and performance).
  • Knowledge of test methodologies, and software testing life cycle.
  • Dedicated gamer for console, PC, and mobile while understanding all types of game genres.

Preferred Qualification:

  • Experience in embedded quality assurance or in the video game industry.
  • Experience in writing video game reviews or participating in feedback forums.
  • Experience troubleshooting issues and root cause analysis.
  • Experience in using bug tracking software (JIRA, DevTrack, Bugzilla).
  • Experience creating, executing, and maintaining test cases.
  • Excellent communication, collaboration, analytical, and problem-solving skills.

About Company

Amazon.com, Inc. is an American multinational technology company that focuses on e-commerce, cloud computing, digital streaming, and artificial intelligence. It has been referred to as “one of the most influential economic and cultural forces in the world”, and is one of the world’s most valuable brands.

Amazon was founded by Jeff Bezos from his garage in Bellevue, Washington, Initially an online marketplace for books, it has expanded into a multitude of product categories: a strategy that has earned it the moniker The Everything StoreIt is one of the Big Five American information technology companies, alongside Alphabet, Apple, Meta, and Microsoft.

Amazon’s mission statement is: “To serve consumers through online and physical stores and focus on selection, price, and convenience.”
 
Amazon Vision Statement: Our vision is to be earth’s most customer-centric company; to build a place where people can come to find and discover anything they might want to buy online.
 

Interview Question for Design Analyst:

  1. Can you tell me about yourself?
  2. How did you hear about this position?
  3. Why do you want to work for this company?
  4. What do you know about our company?
  5. What are some of your strengths?
  6. What are some of your weaknesses?
  7. What are some of your goals?
  8. What are your core values?
  9. Why are you interested in this job?
  10. Do you have any questions for me?
  11. What qualifies you for this role?
  12. What are your credentials? What is your degree?
  13. What is your highest education level?
  14. What skills do you have that will help you succeed in this job?
  15. How many years of experience do you have working in the role?
  16. How would your last employer describe you?
  17. Do you have any plans to continue your education?
  18. What are some of your professional accomplishments?
  19. How will you set goals to fulfill the responsibilities of this job?
  20. Where do you see yourself in five years? In 10 years?
  21. What interested you in becoming a systems designer?
  22. What is your approach to staying current with new design trends?
  23. Can you describe the elements of UX design?
  24. What are your preferred design tools?
  25. How proficient are you with these design tools?
  26. How proficient with coding are you?
  27. Can you describe a time when you had to solve a design problem?
  28. How do you apply feedback when improving your designs?
  29. What is your approach to communicating your design ideas?
  30. What kinds of task management software have you used in the past?
  31. What is a flow system model?
  32. What are the differences between a static system model and a dynamic system model?
  33. How does an open system work?
  34. What is the biggest difference between an adaptive and a non-adaptive system?
  35. Why is it important to know the central objective of a system?
  36. What is economic feasibility analysis (EFA) and why is it used?
  37. What steps do you take when performing feasibility analyses?
  38. What constraints, if any, should a system design have?

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