Why Work at Cocone (UI/UX Designer Takashi Matsumoto)
※This article is machine translated.
What does sensibility mean to you?
As I am a UI designer, I want customers to immerse themselves in setting up the world of apps through the user interface.I want customers to feel richer not only through the production of big devices, but also through detailed consideration and play that they don’t know who will notice.In other words, I feel at this stage that sensitivity is a particular attention to detail.
Why did you join Cocone?
I joined Cocone in 2015.
At the time, my former boss was working there, and when I researched the business, I found that it matched my art style, so I became interested and was invited for an interview.
UI/UX design work and leadership will be the main duties.
As a designer, my main task is to design UI/UX that makes the most of the world setting of the service I am in charge of, and as a team leader, to support each team member to improve their abilities, to enhance the presence of the UI/UX team in the division, and to create a team that can make further contributions. This is the main task of the team.
About the team you belong to
He is assigned to Pokecolo division until early September 2021, and then to Livly Island division, which was released in 2021.
Tsuchiya, who is also the CCO (Chief Creative Officer) of the Livly Island division, sees everything from world setting to quality, so I have a lot to learn, and I devote myself to it every day while receiving new stimulation. Unlike ” Pokecolo,” we also work with unity, which is a team that allows me to grow even more!
What we value in our work
Can’t you suggest something more fun or more in line with your worldview?
…Attention to detail that only designers care about
In other words, God values the saying that he dwells in detail, although it is commonplace.
Attraction of Cocone
The company has a wide latitude to challenge people in any position, as long as they have the minimum ability and motivation.
They accept not only the challenge of being a UI designer, but also the challenge of going beyond that framework, such as adopting the UI design that you would like to try, or allowing you to propose a plan within the application.