Now that you've done the design thinking workshop with KCAI alum Sam Mak '13, are you wishing you could do that everyday? Maybe you could. IBM is looking for interns and full time designers.
IBM Design’s mission is simple: put the user at the center of our products. If you are a passionate problem-solver, able to empathize with users and turn that empathy into design insight, we want you to join us in creating exceptional experiences that span our vast product portfolio.
Established professional? Just starting your career as an entry-level professional? Let us know who you are: full-time positions and internships are available now.
We’re hiring. Explore the opportunities.
Design research translates business requirements into the hypotheses that we use to uncover emotional connections and develop actionable insights. Tools of the trade include contextual inquiries, and generative and quantitative research.
Visual designers manipulate observable elements, with the goal of eliciting desired emotional responses and building durable connections with users. Tools of the trade include imaging, typography, layout, color and style.
Through the interpretation of research and requirements, UX designers craft experiences that connect people with our products and services in meaningful, enduring ways. Tools of the trade include market and audience analysis, user journeys and wireframes.
Front-end development collaborates with the team to generate ideas and make design concepts tangible. Tools of the trade include web and mobile programming skills and synthesis.