We are searching for intelligent and innovative employees for our Automotive customers as Daimler, Porsche and Robert Bosch. If you are interested in working for a dynamic company with flat hierarchy, we look forward to receiving your application.

Your tasks:

  • Develop visual design and motion language for high-fidelity 3D animations and prototypes
  • Create both low-fidelity and high-fidelity user experiences for design iteration, user research and management reviews
  • Blend visual, interaction and sonic design into a holistic experience by using advanced prototyping and design tools, e.g.: Unity, Blender, Adobe Premiere, Figma
  • Collaborate with internal and external stakeholders (design studios, SW and EE engineers, program management) to precisely identify best-in-class HMI solutions
  • Consider automotive HMI trends and state-of-the-art HMI technology
  • Support high level management presentations and reports

Your profile:

  • Master’s degree in Visual Design, Motion Design, Game Design, or related field
  • 3+ years of working experience in automotive UX Design
  • Previous development experience using Unity3D / Unreal / Blender / Figma / Adobe tool stack
  • Good skills in motion design and 3d modelling
  • Fundamental knowledge of visual design
  • Enthusiasm and passion for automotive user interfaces
  • Flexible regarding travels to UK Innovation Centre, Sweden, China and other countries if needed
  • Fluent in English

You can expect …

  • Experience in exciting and international projects
  • Continuous salary development
  • Da Vinci Corporate Benefits
  • On-the-job training and language courses
  • Appreciation, motivation and commitment

Nothing provides more motivation than success. Da Vinci Engineering is highly committed to ensuring the own employees' success. Become a part of us!

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60308 Frankfurt am Main Deutschland




Frau Atefe Sadjadi-Eradat

Da Vinci Engineering GmbH

Hauptstätter Straße 149

70178 Stuttgart

+49 711 72240 154


+49 711 72240 198

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