Raleigh, North Carolina
Bachelors or Masters degree in Industrial Design
3 – 5+ years in a collaborative design environment
A creative self-starter eager to contribute their vision and creative execution through work with our core staff in Raleigh.
An inspired, creative thinker with well-organized ability to manage their own tasks and build their own career.
A perpetual student of styling, process, technology, and art.
High proficiency in design sketching, visual software (Adobe CS, others), 3D CAD modeling (Solidworks), and fabrication experience.
High proficiency in 3-dimensional styling and confidence in creative decisions founded on user research and design references.
Strong understanding of project execution and practical applications of creative work.
This role requires a digital native who is comfortable with many different types of software, online project scheduling, time management, and an understanding of how to solve their own everyday technical issues.
• Knowledge and experience of specific molding and production techniques (implementing tolerance, draft, etc)
• Knowledge and interest in integrating industrial design with the visual brand development process
Candidates will be willing to adapt their skills to a variety of tasks including participating in design research, early conceptualization and design direction brainstorming. You will be working within our ID team and alongside our graphics + branding team in collaboration on most projects. You will foster your advancement by managing projects of your own.
We require submission of your résumé and a strong portfolio of your best work in product design, CAD modeling, prototype fabrication, and most importantly, your design process.
Portfolios should be a link to an online collection of work, or a PDF less than 25MB.
An understanding of ergonomics, anthropometrics, documentation, and analysis
Making products safe, comfortable, durable, reliable, a pleasure to use
A wealth of knowledge of material types, manipulation processes, machinery, tools, and finishing techniques
Redefining what customers expect from a brand experience
Knowing how to reach your customer, and what to promise them
Following the success of projects, far after they’re completed