IDEO Munich is in search of a talented Design Research Intern who is inspired by people and gathers great insights through qualitative and quantitative research. As a Design Research Intern at IDEO you work collaboratively, creatively, and flexibly within interdisciplinary teams and use gathered insights to help and inspire design teams to create products and services.
Great design is born out of great research. Being a Design Researcher at IDEO means you do a lot of listening, observing, brainstorming and iterating with a group of people with backgrounds very different than yours. This diversity of thought and approach results in breakthrough ideas that lead to innovative outcomes and bring to life the voice of the people they’re designed for.
IDEO is a place unlike any other. It’s a place where you can solve diverse, complex challenges for our clients or the organization, alongside thoughtful, intelligent individuals who lead with curiosity, empathy, and optimism. Sure we work hard, but we also intentionally craft moments that allow our community to pause, create, and connect. We encourage our community to bring their whole selves to work, respect the need for work-life balance, and allow for autonomy in the design process and your career.
As a Design Intern in Munich, we provide the opportunity for you to enjoy our collaborative cross-disciplinary work style at IDEO to develop a holistic design for our clients and find a place to grow as a designer.
We would love you to highlight one of the projects you have worked on and outline research, observations, and therefore insights that you developed. Please focus on one project rather than all. Keep to no more than 300 words.
To apply, please submit your resume, cover letter, portfolio and pop quiz answer. Your portfolio should demonstrate your specific role and contributions for each project. In particular, we want to hear about the process involved in developing the design or project.
Deadline is Friday 1st November 2019.
IDEO is an equal opportunity employer; applicants are considered for all roles without regard to race, color, religious creed, sex, national origin, citizenship status, age, physical or mental disability, sexual orientation, marital, parental, veteran or military status, unfavorable military discharge, or any other status protected by applicable federal, state or local law.