|Job Type||Temporary / Contract|
|Salary||Competitive rate dependent on experience|
Our Client was founded in 2006 in Turin, Italy, with our permanent studio inaugurated in 2012. They are looking for a
Senior Interaction Designer to join their team.
It has comprehensive development, technology and communication tools and is able to guarantee the smooth progress of each project, with real time global sharing of information and technology as well as 24 hour continuous design operations. It is engaged in the entire automotive design development process including interior and exterior design, advanced design, CAS modeling and post-process modeling. Each of its departments is composed of international teams, including creative designers, experienced modelers, and experts in CAS and engineering.
They are willing to enhance your ability to deliver ambitious portfolios of vehicles across multiple segments. Your ideas and contribution will be the key to the clients global success!
Take a key role in defining the future of the clients in-car interface
Defining and streamlining design strategy and standards
Formulating a common design language for the clients brands
Responsible for team moral and studio environment
Contribute to trend and concept presentations
Passion for user interface design, current design trends and creating profound change in the automotive industry
3+ years experience in product design or automotive UI design
Skilled in information architecture, interaction mapping, logic flows, visual architecture and hierarchy
Competent with design research techniques, storytelling and presentation skills as well as knowledgeable in physical and cognitive ergonomics (applied to automotive)
Proactive and self-motivated, able to work as a part of a team in a fast-paced environment
Fluent in English - other languages are a plus
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