Designer, Product/Environments
Hornall Anderson - Seattle, WA

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A conceptual thinker who combines great technical and aesthetic design with strong human centered values - you understand how design reinforces a product’s brand and business context

You enjoy working on a multi-disciplinary team. You can think your way out of a tough situation, and you always push design to the limit. You fight for your ideas but keep an open mind

We believe in the power of design thinking. We believe that working as a collaborative and cross functional team will lead us to amazing results for our clients. We believe great design can change the world.

Design at Hornall Anderson is about creating consumer engagement and telling a brand story. We’re a team of designers with different backgrounds and points of view – we bring a wide variety of skills and experiences to the table every day. We believe tougher problems demand bigger ideas.

What you’ll do:
Dig in to business problems and create beautiful and effective design solutions that engage the consumer. You are passionate about design and brand on the whole and love thinking about how we can help our clients to push the envelope

Translate research insights and strategy into relevant 3D design concepts

Utilize your conceptualization and sketching skills. Our best way of communicating is through sketching and a major part of what we do as a team

Bring a variety of design skills to the table; from 3D environments to product and packaging design

Work on various projects. Bring your previous experience working on thoughtful, beautiful, practical design work; including products and/or environments that have been produced for major markets

Abilities & Experience:
Here’s what we think it will take to do this job, but we love being proven wrong:

Excellent problem solving skills. Complex, multi-faceted design problems and ambiguity are facts of daily life, so it’s better if that kind of thing gets you excited.

Outstanding brainstorming and quick visualization abilities.

Sense of humor, compassion and sharp listening skills

Great drawing and 3D skills as well as an understanding of realities and constraints of the manufacturing process

4 to 8 years of experience as a working Environmental/Architectural/Industrial Designer

A degree in Industrial Design, Architecture or a related Environmental design discipline Please send your resumé and portfolio to uscareers@hornallanderson.com

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