Visual Designer (m/f/d)

Job description

Actyx is rethinking manufacturing. We are driving a new manufacturing paradigm based on a digitally connected workplace, with adaptive worker assistance and seamlessly integrated equipment. The fourth industrial revolution is transforming how people interact with their work environment, from machine operators to plant managers and across a highly diverse workforce. We strongly believe that there is huge positive potential in tackling this challenge and we feel the social responsibility to get it right. We also know that in order to achieve a sustainable solution we need to blend our extraordinarily strong engineering with exceptionally good user experience — we are aiming at nothing less than a redefinition of the term “industrial-grade software”.

Your responsibilities

  • You will design the next generation of industrial user interfaces
  • You will be part of our world-class user experience and engineering team
  • You will ensure that visual design will be a key component in developing our products
  • You will get to know one of the most challenging industries in the world: manufacturing
  • You will work with the engineering team to build beautiful and easy to use products

More reasons to join us

  • You will have big impact on how millions of people earn their living
  • You will work in a high-velocity and challenging start-up environment
  • You will work with and learn from interdisciplinary domain experts
  • You will be able to get very creative in your work
  • You will learn from a highly talented team
  • You will get a competitive compensation
  • You will join quarterly team events


Preferred skills

  • You have a passion for tackling hard problems with sustainable solutions
  • You can get into the head of users to create simple and intuitive interfaces
  • You have very good visual design skills and have shown this in practice
  • You have good decision-making and communication skills
  • You are driven, responsible, and able to work with little direction