Design Job: Design Manager, UX Design at LUNAR

Are you an accomplished user-experience designer with management experience? LUNAR, a leader in user-experience design, is seeking a Design Manager to join their München, Germany team. If you’re looking to make a move to Europe, apply and get the design job details.

ABOUT US
LUNAR is a leading creative force in the practice of industrial- and user experience 
design and product development, with offices in Munich, San Francisco, Palo Alto, 
Chicago and Hong Kong.
Our passion is creating beautiful products and experiences that are relevant to the people who buy and use them. The diversity of our staff, which represents nationalities from all over Europe, Asia, and the Americas, gives us a broad perspective and enables us to design for a global audience. We draw from many viewpoints, sources of inspiration, and histories to infuse our projects with emotion and meaning, as well as functionality and brand presence.

ABOUT YOU
You have worked for an international design consultancy and have 5+ years experience in a related position designing outstanding consumer, communication and/or medical products, leading projects and project teams, which has given you a sense of vision, strategy, and a strong and unique point of view .
You are comfortable interacting with and presenting to clients, and are able to establish both design directions and solutions. On the business side you have the experience presenting and selling user experience design capabilities to clients as well as preparing related project plans and proposals. Further you bring excellent contacts within the industry to peers and potential clients.

 

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