New York-based design studio Pensa is looking for an Industrial Design Intern

Multiple award-winning NYC based product design studio Pensa is looking for an Industrial Design Intern to join their team in Brooklyn New York this fall. A small yet highly talented team powers the Pensa studio, and has resulted in over 100 internationally awarded projects with clients like Samsung, OXO, Pepsico, goTenna, Google, and many more. Backed by creativity as well as new technologies, Pensa prides itself in a unique design process that results in products born out of love and determination to improve quality of life through better user experiences.

The Opportunity

We are Pensa, the Brooklyn creative force behind the D.I.Wire, Street Charge, the Merge urban bicycle and the ONEBLADE razor. We are looking for Industrial Design students or recent grads to join our team for a design internship or co-op.Pensa is known for its ability to create beautiful functionality. Our designers are inspired and creative problem solvers that develop product stories connecting back to the functional and emotional needs of people. Pensas designers love design and help our clients solve their hardest product challenges. They have a passion for creating complete and compelling solutions and have a keen eye for resolving every detail. If you have world-class talent, a passion for product design and invention, and a desire to work on a wide range of product experiences in a fun, creative and collaborative design studio, wed like to meet you.

Responsibilities

As a design intern or co-op, you will:
• Learn about real-world application of design practices and concept development through hands-on participation in both internal and client-based projects, and through the mentorship of our senior staff
• Collaborate in qualitative fieldwork, brainstorming and ideation sessions
• Build prototypes and mockups of your concepts (rapid prototyping and/or traditional fabrication)
• Help with concept refinement, 3D CAD development and building of presentations
• Collaborate on design reviews and decision making, articulating your point of view
• Have ownership of your projects

Requirements

This position requires:
• You are pursuing a degree in Industrial Design and have completed at least 3 years of study or you are a recent grad
• Excellent conceptualization and sketching skills
• World class form giving ability
• A hands-on approach, comfortable prototyping and working in a workshop
• Great story-telling: the ability to communicate your design visions to your fellow team members and to clients
• Some experience in preparing, executing and interpreting generative research
• Expert-level knowledge of 2D illustration (Adobe Creative Suite) and 3D CAD software (Rhino & Solidworks preferred)
• Understanding of materials, plastic and metal production processes, quality control and other techniques for manufacturing

Location

Brooklyn (New York), USA.

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Capture the world through a dynamic perspective. GoPro is looking for an Industrial Designer!

GoPro is practically synonymous with capturing dramatic, action video. The company burst into the scene in 2002 with a highly capable device that absolutely disrupted (or destroyed) the handycam market. GoPro cameras were lauded for their robust build, their compact size, and the wide variety of accessories that allowed you to swim with it, fly with it, strap it to your hand, helmet, bike, car, or even fling it across the sky. GoPro’s products span the widely famous Hero, with its ability to capture hi-res high-frame-rate videos using its wide angle lens, and even GoPro’s drone, the Karma, as well as their omnidirectional camera, the Fusion. GoPro is looking for a Staff Industrial Designer to join its team in San Mateo, California, to help develop its upcoming products.

The Opportunity

GoPro makes it easy for people to celebrate and share experiences. We believe life is more meaningful when shared. We build cameras, software, and accessories that help the world share itself in immersive and exciting ways.

GoPro is a global movement whose business is driven by shared experiences. We celebrate diversity. We practice inclusion. We foster belonging. We demand equality. And we share the experiences of individuals and communities who also hold these values as core to who they are. From São Paulo to Munich, Silicon Valley to Shenzhen, we are dedicated to building a company that reflects and honors the diverse global communities where we live, work, and play.

This role blends the best of Senior Industrial Design with product usability. You’ll design new cameras and other products as a lead member of our Industrial Design team. You’ll also maintain and evolve the GoPro product design language by designing new products and concepts to expand the GoPro portfolio. A high percentage of products we develop go to market and are used by a growing and very passionate audience.

Responsibilties

• You’ll design new products for GoPro
• You’ll collaborate in establishing core concepts and design specifications as part of the ID team from initial research to ideation all the way to production
• You’ll translate ideas and sketches into 3D prints and ID prototypes
• You’ll work closely with design, engineering, product management, and manufacturing teams
• You’ll work with Asia vendors and manufacturing partners to define, specify and confirm CMF as your designs go to production
• You’ll travel about 20-30% of the time (domestically and internationally)

Requirements

• Consumer product design experience – we’re looking for someone who’s seen their products all the way through to market
• We’re particularly interested in candidates who’ve designed consumer products that people can hold and touch
7+ years of experience in consumer product design, where you worked in a multidisciplinary team of concepts all the way to tooling and production
• A BS in Industrial Design or Mechanical Engineering
• Experience working frequently with 3D CAD and 2D design tools like Solidworks, Alias, Rhino, Keyshot, VRay, Mental Ray, Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator
• Pride in sharing pictures of products you’ve designed from concept to market in a design portfolio
• A strong understanding of manufacturing methods, processes, materials and constraints
• Some experience with component architecture, placement and packaging
• A proven track record of designing challenging and innovative consumer products

GoPro Highlights

• Fully-stocked kitchen with snacks galore
• Live it. Eat it. Love it. – Two dedicated hours during your week to explore your passions and capture it with your GoPro.
• Get your very own GoPro (Mounts and accessories included)
• Discounted employee stock purchase plan (ESPP)
• 401(K) matching
• Discretionary Time Off
• 12 weeks paid Parental Leave for new parents
• Medical, dental, and vision insurance – premiums are 100% paid for employees, 80% paid for dependents
• Life insurance and disability benefits
• Employee commuter shuttles

Location

San Mateo (California), USA.

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Pioneer the age of driverless cars! Waymo is looking to hire an Industrial Designer!

The final frontier of road-travel is the self-driving car… that’s until we have self-driving flying cars, which won’t be a stretch once we’ve figured out how to get AI to drive us around from A to B! Using Google’s incredibly vast repository of data and machine-learning capabilities, Waymo made its debut as a Google pet project, before becoming an independent company in 2016. Within the next year, Waymo had already debuted self-driving taxis in Phoenix Arizona. Waymo is looking to hire an Industrial Designer to help develop hardware for their revolutionary tech at the Waymo headquarters in Mountain View, California.

The Opportunity

Waymo is the self-driving technology company with a mission to make it safe and easy for people and things to move around. Building on software and sensor technology developed at Google, Waymo is now launching the world’s first fully self-driving transportation service that will take members of the public from A to B at the touch of a button.

Waymo takes an integrated approach to building the world’s first self-driving car, with researchers, designers, product managers, and technical program managers working side by side. We seek to understand the needs of our users and the opportunities of the technology to ensure we build the best product. From self driving behavior to user interfaces, we work to inspire the product vision and then make it a reality.

Responsibilties

• Plan, recommend, and complete design processes leading to innovative solutions
• Concept creation for product, vehicle, and hardware
• Work with the cross-disciplinary team to meet the requirement of design and product goals
• Define all design details based on design directions and execution plan
• Create prototypes to evaluate design concepts and user testing
• Work with internal/external partners to develop/manufacture products

Requirements

• Degree in Industrial Design or similar field
• Minimum 10 years of product and/or transportation design experience covering ideation, product development, and manufacturing technical knowledge
• Strong visual/verbal communication and team working skills. Hands on 2D/3D design skills; sketch, drawing, CAD, digital/physical prototyping
• Strong technical background and understanding of the design process to look for ways to streamline and enhance the user experience
• Participate in transitioning the design to manufacturing
• Proven history of successful design and product development from concepts to production

It’s preferred if you have:
• Interior design background with production experience
• Product design experience across a breadth of product lines

Location

Mountain View (California), USA.

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Revolutionize VR! Oculus is looking to hire an Industrial Designer

VR existed before Oculus, but Oculus put VR on the map and in homes. When the company first announced its product, the first Rift, it made waves with how much it promised. Two screens in front of each eye, 360° tracking so you can look around, with absolutely zero latency between both screens. A seamless experience that up until then, seemed unbelievable. The company raised $2.5 million on Kickstarter, and was finally acquired by Facebook, which propelled Oculus to newer heights. Oculus has recently demo-ed the Quest, a hi-spec gaming VR headset with no wires and an in-built CPU, and teased their legacy Rift’s latest version, the Rift S in March this year. Oculus is looking for an Industrial Designer to join their team in Seattle, Washington.

The Opportunity

Facebook’s mission is to give people the power to build community and bring the world closer together. Through our family of apps and services, we’re building a different kind of company that connects billions of people around the world, gives them ways to share what matters most to them, and helps bring people closer together. Whether we’re creating new products or helping a small business expand its reach, people at Facebook are builders at heart. Our global teams are constantly iterating, solving problems, and working together to empower people around the world to build community and connect in meaningful ways. Together, we can help people build stronger communities – we’re just getting started.

Facebook’s AR/VR team is shaping the future of consumer electronics in the emerging Augmented and Virtual Reality industries and the game-changing Portal products. As an Industrial Designer in the AR/VR team, you will help bring next generation hardware and experiences to life. You bring strategic problem solving and industry leading hands-on design skills to create delightful, holistically considered products. You have experience designing and shipping consumer products and are comfortable working collaboratively with cross-discipline teams.

Responsibilities

• Design category-defining products, helping Oculus/Portal/Facebook change the world through design.
• Help create the visual and physical language of our brand thru the design of our hardware.
• Utilize user-centric thinking and good aesthetic sensibility to align our brand to customer needs.
• Work collaboratively with multiple cross-functional teams on complex technical programs in a fast-paced environment.
• Conceive elegant, effective ways to address ergonomic and mechanical challenges.
• Key contributor of concepts and problem solving across multiple projects.

Minimum Qualification

• A Bachelor’s degree in Industrial Design or a related field.
• 2+ years of experience as an Industrial Designer, developing consumer electronics or wearable tech products.
• Experience exploring and refining ideas through prototyping.
• Experience in 3D CAD modeling.
• Experience solving problems in a collaborative team environment.

Location

Seattle (Washington), USA.

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It’s still not too late! You could be an Industrial Design Summer Intern at Apple!

We’re officially at the brink of internship season, and if you’re still looking, you’re in luck! You may have heard of this company called Apple, based in Cupertino, USA. They happen to have a pretty neat internship program and they’re looking for recruits!

The company has been such an indomitable force over the past decades that it has arguably created, shattered, and evolved industries, technologies, categories, trends, and even boundaries! The one company that everyone looks to for design inspiration, Apple is clearly at the epicenter of consumer design and tech. With an incredibly revolutionary and secretive design team led by Sir Jonathan Ive and Marc Newson, Apple has been able to go from strength to strength, becoming the world’s first company to be valued at a trillion dollars, and also create some incredibly memorable products along the way. Now, you could be a part of that highly coveted and respected team of designers too. Apple is accepting portfolios for its Industrial Design internship Program at Cupertino, California.

The Opportunity

The Apple Industrial Design Group is accepting portfolios from curious, passionate, and collaborative industrial designers. We are looking for highly motivated, determined problem-solvers with a rigorous attention to detail. We are interested in seeing work at all levels.

Key Qualifications

• A body of work that has been produced or the understanding of how it can be produced. For students, works in progress are accepted.
• Passion for materials and material exploration.
• A healthy obsession with how things are made and how they work.
• Experience in hands-on prototyping, without relying solely on virtual design tools.
• Deep appreciation for aesthetics.
• Radical creativity.
• Basic 3D software skills.
• Excellent communication skills. English proficiency required.
• Industrial Design Degree required.

How To Apply

To apply, please direct a CV and concise PDF portfolio to: idportfolios@apple.com
When sending work, please focus on physical projects. Include prototyping process and sketches.
Omit ethnographic research, user scenarios and marketing material.
At any time, you may also submit your portfolio at apple.com/jobs

Location

Cupertino (California), USA.

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Shape the future of IoT! Google is looking for an Industrial Designer (Consumer Hardware)!

Google Pixel, Google Home, Pixel Buds, Chromebook, Pixel Slate, Daydream VR, Nest, Waymo… these are just a few of the tangible products that come from the Alphabet company, Google’s parent. A lot of them tie in Google’s services, and make use of skilled industrial designers who capture the company’s fun-yet-superior avatar and signature usability and bring them to the product domain. Google’s Pixel is remarkable to look at, the Google Home device’s fabric clad makes it a wonderful piece of decor, and Google’s Chromebooks are increasingly becoming popular in schools. Google’s hardware beautifully complements its software and results in a product that holistically looks at the tangible and intangible to create an experience that’s unique, and innately Google. The company is looking for an Industrial Designer to join their Consumer Hardware team in Mountain View, California.

THE OPPORTUNITY

Google’s products are known for their clean design, ensuring users can quickly and easily find what they’re looking for. As an Industrial Designer, you leverage your technical background and understanding of “good” design to look for ways to streamline the user experience. You work closely with the product managers and development engineers throughout the entire production cycle. You design everything from high-level product flow to detailed UI mockups and then use your expert scripting skills to make your designs a reality.

As an Industrial Designer at Google, you will shape the future by designing products that harness the power of Google to delight and inspire millions of people worldwide. You are a design leader who is passionate about improving people’s lives through design and technology. You are proactive, creative, engaged, optimistic, progressive, open-minded and resourceful and you seek inspiration, empowerment, and challenge.

Google’s mission is to organize the world’s information and make it universally accessible and useful. Only one thing consistently stands in the way between our users and the world’s information—hardware. Our Consumer Hardware team researches, designs, and develops new technologies and hardware to make our user’s interaction with computing faster, more powerful, and seamless. Whether finding new ways to capture and sense the world around us, advancing form factors, or improving interaction methods, our Consumer Hardware team is making people’s lives better through technology.

RESPONSIBILITIES

• Lead projects from start to finish and manage all issues that impact design. Lead the design team to deliver design at a high quality that delights consumers.
• Lead design intent (leveraging the input from designers in the team) from concept through mass production with cross functional teams including: research, user-interface, software and hardware engineers, marketing, product management and external vendors. Understanding and rationalizing feedback and issues from these teams as they arise.
• Create compelling visual presentations and design stories showing solutions and context for both peers, top leadership, customers and verbally deliver in a convincing manner. Create original concepts as part of design team.
• Align concept to Brand and Business goals. Focus on the user. Interpret and translate complex technologies into simple and beautiful products and user experiences.
• Drive agenda and prepare team for week over week actions and deliverables. Product build process troubleshooting and CMF approvals that require travel as needed to vendors (manufacturing facilities overseas, user research).

REQUIREMENTS

Minimum Qualifications
• Bachelor’s in Industrial Design or equivalent practical experience.
• 8 years of experience in consumer product design.
• Experience with designing and shipping consumer products. Experience in design (i.e., proportions, color, form, typography, presentation).
• A portfolio demonstrating your work.

Preferred Qualifications
• Strong understanding of mechanical design, manufacturing and engineering requirements and constraints.
• Experience in products that include hardware-software user experience.
• Experience in consumer electronics and mobile industry.
• Excellent in visualizing concepts using industry standard 2D and 3D tools such as: Photoshop/Illustrator, Rhino, Solidworks, Creo, Alias and Keyshot.
• Excellent written, listening and oral communication skills.

LOCATION

Mountain View (California), USA.

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More ‘Power’ to you! Stanley Black & Decker is looking for an Industrial Design Intern

Probably one of the most well-known names in power tools and hardware, Stanley Black & Decker operate under the three brands, Black & Decker, DeWALT, and Stanley. From making some of the finest industrial tools to even the most indispensable household hardware and security products, Stanley Black & Decker are known for a very distinct design language, unique to each of their brands. Stanley Black & Decker is looking for an Industrial Design Intern for their Summer 2019 internship program in Towson, Maryland.

THE OPPORTUNITY

Stanley Black & Decker is currently looking for an Industrial Design Intern in the Global Tools & Storage division to join its summer internship program. Our internship program allows students the opportunity to obtain valuable, applicable work experience in a fast-paced, and challenging environment.

This Position Will Provide You With:
• A utility role interacting with key members of a fortune 500 company
• A flexible schedule featuring a max of 40 hours
• Opportunity for career advancement upon graduation
• Competitive Compensation

RESPONSIBILITIES

Specific duties include, but are not limited to:
• Contribute in product development in a team format via ideation/sketching/rendering of new product concepts
• Proficiency in Photoshop, Sketchbook Pro, or a similar software
• Comfortable prototyping concepts out of foam or other materials
• Online and in field research
• Product graphic development.
• Painting, mock-ups, color studies, brand development and some office tasks

REQUIREMENTS

• Junior or Senior level academic progress through an accredited university Industrial Design Program.
• Solid hand and digital sketch skills
• Ability to present and communicate design concepts to the team
• Working knowledge of CAD modeling in either full parametric or surfacing software
• Solid command of Adobe Creative Suite Software – Primarily Photoshop and Illustrator

Leadership Qualities
• Courage & Innovation – Bravely innovate without boundaries. Generate and embrace new ideas. Drive cutting-edge digital solutions. Foster creativity for exponential growth
• Agility & Performance – Simplify to accelerate business results. Anticipate, adapt to and lead changes. Focus on the right things and act. Perform in ways that exceed expectations.
• Inclusivity & Collaboration – Respect and leverage all aspects of diversity. Make decisions with an inclusive, global view. Collaborate to amplify customer value. Communicate to drive meaningful outcomes.
• Integrity & Accountability – Operate with highest ethical standards. Be who you are, build trusted relationships. Act with transparency and positive intent. Live up to commitments and own the results.

LOCATION

Towson (Maryland), USA.

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Help reinvent mobility! Lyft is looking for an Industrial Designer

The ride-sharing app that just went public with its valuation is definitely a disrupter in the mobility world. The San Francisco-based start-up locked horns with Uber early in the game, and steadily grew as its competitor, becoming the second-largest trans-national corporation with a 30% market share in the United States. Lyft’s next big move is to expand in the e-scooter business, with their hardware partnership with Xiaomi. Lyft is looking for an Industrial Designer to join its team in San Francisco, California, to embark on this journey.

THE OPPORTUNITY

At Lyft, community is what we are and it’s what we do. It’s what makes us different. To create the best ride for all, we start in our own community by creating an open, inclusive, and diverse organization where all team members are recognized for what they bring. Lyft’s new Bikes & Scooters division is seeking a Principal Industrial Designer join as a founding member of our internal Industrial Design practice.

RESPONSIBILITIES

The Industrial Design, Lead is expected to have a deep knowledge of the entirety of the industrial design process from conceptualization, to refinement, to modeling, and manufacturing support. Lyft will rely on the PID to be both an expert contributor as well as a design leader, innovating and pushing the UX, Brand, and Product vision beyond the competition.

The PID practices their craft at the highest level and has the ability to juggle full design and development programs with smaller design initiatives. They should possess ample ideation and innovation skills to envision and clearly articulate the story of the next gen product line. The ideal candidate is able to work well with cross-functional teams to successfully visualize concepts and translate them into feasible solutions, balancing innovation with functional requirements and on-brand design.

The PID’s days might include conceptualizing aesthetic and functional solutions while integrating insights; leading design reviews; building physical mock-ups; working with design research specialists to produce user-centric and market-appropriate concepts; integrating the work of UI/UX colleagues; and collaborating with engineers on cost-effective and compelling solutions.

Lyft’s Bikes and Scooters team is new division and operates as a startup within the larger organization. You will be expected to roll up your sleeves and hustle. We are moving fast, innovating, and operating with ambiguity. You should be self motivated and flexible to lend a hand as new obstacles arise.

REQUIREMENTS

• 5+ years of professional experience as an Industrial Designer
• Proven track record in design excellence as reflected in awards or industry recognition
• Demonstrated design and development of products taken to market
• Broad-based experience designing product for multiple categories
• Expertise in design for manufacturing
• Excellent verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills; comfortable with communicating and interacting effectively at all levels within the organization, including senior management, customers, partners and suppliers
• Expert CAD and 3D photo-rendering, Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop
• Bike, scooter or auto design expertise is preferred
• Design studio expertise preferred

LOCATION

San Francisco (California), USA.

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YD JOB ALERT: NewDealDesign is looking for an Industrial Designer to join their team!

NewDealDesign, founded and headed by Gadi Amit, has always been on our watchlist for creating some of the most game-changing products for practically household companies. NewDealDesign helped design the first Lytro camera, a large part of Fitbit’s product catalog, and even created the blueprint for Google’s modular Project Ara phone! The company, for long, has had an obsession with the intersection between design and technology, and has shaped how we perceive these new, revolutionary technologies by literally designing around them, to make them beautiful, useful, and human-centric. NewDealDesign is looking for a passionate design-loving, tech-loving Industrial Designer to join their team in San Francisco, California.

THE OPPORTUNITY

We are NewDealDesign, an award-winning technology design firm and the 2013 National Design Award honoree. With over 100 awards under our belt, we work on the coolest projects in tech, from advance concept assignments with industry giants to the latest creations for hot start-ups. We team industrial, graphic and interaction designers with strategists and engineers to create delightful objects and experiences. Come and join us!

NewDealDesign is looking for a passionate and talented Industrial Designer to join our downtown San Francisco office. This is an outstanding hands-on opportunity to contribute and grow with a leading design firm.

RESPONSIBILITIES

• Contribute a creatively adventurous outlook to bring bold, new ideas to the table.

• Deliver a sophisticated aesthetic approach that balances an understanding of user experience and an awareness of emerging trends.

• Convey a personal commitment to hard work and effective time management.

• Collaborate proactively within multi-disciplinary teams to generate innovative solutions appropriate to the project needs.

• Support project communications with proficiency in presentation techniques and a strong attention to detail.

• Create form studies and prototypes with confidence in working with your hands.

• Build 3D CAD models to support form development, design detailing, and prototyping.

• Understand the value of color, materials, and finishes as it applies to product design.

REQUIREMENTS

• Bachelor’s degree in Industrial Design or equivalent.

• Must have 1-3 years of recent and very relevant industrial design experience.

• Competency in relevant digital tools – Adobe CC, 3D CAD, rendering software.

• Excellent hand sketching and form development skills.

• Great problem solving and communication skills.

• International candidates must have a valid United States permanent resident visa.

• Must have a portfolio that showcases a thoughtful creative process (sketches and models).

LOCATION

San Francisco (California), USA.

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YD JOB ALERT: Grab an Industrial Design Internship at Google’s Hardware team

Google Pixel, Google Home, Pixel Buds, Chromebook, Pixel Slate, Daydream VR, Nest, Waymo… these are just a few of the tangible products that come from the Alphabet company, Google’s parent. A lot of them tie in Google’s services, and make use of skilled industrial designers who capture the company’s fun-yet-superior avatar and signature usability and bring them to the product domain. Google’s Pixel is remarkable to look at, the Google Home device’s fabric clad makes it a wonderful piece of decor, and Google’s Chromebooks are increasingly becoming popular in schools. Google’s hardware beautifully complements its software and results in a product that holistically looks at the tangible and intangible to create an experience that’s unique, and innately Google. The company is looking for an Industrial Design Intern to join their Hardware division in Mountain View, California.

THE OPPORTUNITY

Designers at Google contribute creatively to multiple programs at times, while working with other designers and outside collaborators. You are able to present different points of view through visual and verbal skills. In addition to collaborating on design, you have the ability to meet the schedule and company goals and support other design teams, as needed.

Google’s mission is to organize the world’s information and make it universally accessible and useful. Our Hardware team researches, designs, and develops new technologies and hardware to make our user’s interaction with computing faster, more powerful, and seamless. Whether finding new ways to capture and sense the world around us, advancing form factors, or improving interaction methods, our Hardware team is making people’s lives better through technology.

REQUIREMENTS

Minimum Qualifications
• Currently pursuing a BA/BS in Industrial Design or a related technical field.
• Available to work full-time for the duration of the internship (3 or 6 months).
• Experience with 3D CAD (Alias, Catia, NX, Rhino, Solidworks and/or pro-engineer), concept generation and rendering.
• Original portfolio of work (to be included with your resume, either linked or as a separate attachment).

Preferred Qualifications
• Currently pursuing an MS degree in Industrial Design or a related technical field.
• Available to start on May 28, June 17, or July 8, 2019 and returning to a degree program after the internship ends.
• Experience with one or more of the following: animation, color/material/finish design, model making and/or prototyping; 2D experience via sketching, Illustrator, Photoshop.
• Understanding of global trends, technology and fashion.
• Strong communication/visualization and storytelling skills and techniques.
• Authorization to work in the United States.

RESPONSIBILITIES

• Express ideas and concepts through strong visual/verbal communication skills.
• Communicate and present through sketches, prototypes or models, and 2D/3D renderings, with strong attention to detail.
• Contribute to ideation as well as proper implementation of ideas.
• Support multiple projects at very different levels of involvement.

LOCATION

Mountain View (California), USA.

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