26 May 2023
Full-Time Industrial Designer I – Product Visualization – Dagohoy
Our Industrial Designer’s major duty is to brainstorm ideas for final goods, bringing together elements of design, business, and engineering to create items and systems that people rely on in their daily lives. Products’ functionality, aesthetics, production costs, and usability, as well as their conformity with brand strategy, must all be taken into account.
Job Title : Industrial Designer I – Product Visualization
Location : Dagohoy, Bohol Province, Philippines
Salary : $ 19.85 per hour.
Company : Coroflot
Job Type : Full-Time
- Work together with your suppliers to provide brand-compliant production and packaging solutions at an affordable price.
- Discuss potential design solutions with other professionals, such as mechanical engineers and manufacturers.
- Produces and validates product design specifications and production requirements with insourced and outsourced manufacturing and engineering groups.
- Create and refine product designs while showcasing your work to different decision-makers.
- It is important to get the feedback of key stakeholders by showing them designs and prototypes.
- Think about how the brand’s values can be reflected in the product’s language and visuals to ensure that users always have a positive experience.
- Help generate ideas and prioritize which contests to participate as a group.
- A positive safety culture can be promoted and maintained by proactive leadership of all safety program initiatives.
- To decide whether a design is workable, consider the product’s functionality, attractiveness, and safety.
- Join the HP design community and work with other creatives to develop ground-breaking ideas that take advantage of cutting-edge materials, cutting-edge forms, and cutting-edge colors.
- Skilled in the use of CAD (computer-aided design) software for the creation of designs and prototypes.
- Examples of innovation include novel product designs and methods for utilizing current technologies.
- demonstrated success as a designer in the workplace, as evidenced by a strong portfolio of products and examples of the application of design to reality.
- Ability to recognize complicated design challenges, such as those related to a product’s necessity, size, form, function, and cost; to foresee production problems; to generate alternatives; to consider possibilities; and to put answers into practice.
- Use logic or reasoning to analyze consumer behavior and identify the demand for new items.