17 Mar 2023
Full-Time Industrial Designer – Atok
By joining our team as an Industrial Designer, you’ll be able to contribute to the creation of iconic designs that strike an emotional chord with our clients and integrate with Product Development at every stage.
Job Title : Industrial Designer
Location : Atok, Benguet Province, Philippines
Salary : $ 21.43 per hour.
Company : Book of the Month
Job Type : Full-Time
- Support ideation and help the team prioritize categories we choose to enter.
- collaborates with internal and external engineering and manufacturing teams to develop and confirm product design specifications and manufacturing requirements.
- Create prototypes, gather feedback from a wide range of stakeholders, and launch a final product.
- Show designs and prototypes to important stakeholders for approval.
- Encourage and maintain an effective safety climate via active leadership in all safety-related endeavors.
- Collaborating with specialists such as mechanical engineers and manufacturers can help you determine if your design concept will actually suit your needs.
- Collaborate closely with sourcing on cost-effective yet branded production and packaging.
- Product safety, aesthetics, and functionality can all help you decide if a design is feasible.
- Take into account product design aesthetics and a language that consistently provides a favorable user experience while supporting the brand.
- Engage with the HP design community to collaborate on leading edge concepts using the latest materials, trends in forms and colors.
- Analytical skills: Use logic or reasoning to study consumers and recognize the need for new products.
- a solid portfolio of product designs and instances of the effective implementation of design into reality, as well as proven professional experience as a successful designer.
- The use of computer-aided design (CAD) tools for design and prototyping requires computer literacy.
- Imagination: They thought of innovative ways to use existing technologies in their product design.
- Capacity to identify complex design obstacles, such as those involving a product’s necessity, size, form, function, and cost; to anticipate production problems; to produce alternatives; to examine possibilities; and to put answers into effect.