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Junior / Trainee UX Design

Junior / Trainee UX Design

We’re looking for a junior / trainee UX designer for our offices in Munich, Ingolstadt, Berlin and Detroit.

You as part of our team

As a junior or trainee at icon incar, you work as part of our interdisciplinary team of user interface designers, information architects and developers on automotive user experience design projects. We are a crazy bunch and live from our collective intelligence through exchanges, mutual inspiration and daily cooking in our large kitchen. You’d like to contribute something to our community, have a knack for designing super cool interfaces and are fearless when it comes to dealing with the digital world, agile prototyping and apps. You’re interested in the future of mobility, Internet of Things and other equally innovative topics. You’re curious, can see beyond your own nose and are interested in and committed to learn the ropes in this future-oriented sector.

YOUR ABILITIES

  • Degree in design (communication, product, interface or interaction design) or comparable apprenticeship; first work experience is an advantage (for juniors)
  • Good sense of design on screens and in animations, icons and typography
  • Conceptual thinking to create information architecture
  • Interested in the latest topics in interfaces, technological innovations, for example Microsoft Hololens, and product advancements
  • Good knowledge of Adobe CC Suite
  • Ideally, basic programming know-how (HTML 5, Unity), 3D know-how (e.g. Cinema 4D) and/or know-how in motion design (e.g. After Effects)
  • Fluent in German and English

Send your application to:

career@iconincar.com

Or find out exactly how the application process at icon incar works.

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, protected veteran status, disability status, age, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, marital status, citizenship, HIV/AIDS status or any other legally protected factor. Applicants for U.S. based positions are generally required to be eligible to work in the U.S. without the need for current or future sponsorship.