Tactile is a product and UX design firm specializing in design solutions for trusted professionals. We believe great tools cultivate meaningful experiences that can improve our working and living conditions. We’re guided by the principle that functional should also be beautiful and enjoyable.
For over 15 years, we’ve relied on building trust and collaborative relationships with our clients. When you start with a foundation of empathy, every project ends with a product that works for everyone. It’s the diversity of our employees’ ideas and experience that inspires innovation in design. Tactile is made up of an exceptional group of people, spanning user experience, visual design, industrial design, and mechanical engineering. We look at product design holistically, knowing that a product isn’t just another project. It’s where intent and relevance intersect in order to solve real-world problems. Designers at Tactile find balance in usability, delight, and feasibility—it’s there that solutions to complex problems come to life. We work on a wide spectrum of exciting and challenging projects that allow our designers to gain new experiences, learn, and advance their craft.
During the current global COVID-19 pandemic, we’re mostly working remotely. Initially, we’re looking for a remote Industrial Designer with core strengths in graphics and color, materials, and finish (CMF) development, but as conditions improve, the position will eventually work on-site in our Boston studio. You will also be asked to collaborate with cross-disciplinary teams from idea to conception in a more traditional industrial design sense as well. We work on a wide spectrum of exciting and challenging projects that allow our designers to gain new experiences, learn, and advance their craft.
An intimate and open studio that has two locations – in Seattle and Boston. We take our values and work seriously, but we don’t take ourselves too seriously. At Tactile, relationships matter most, and we do our best work together. We celebrate diversity of culture and character, and we check our egos at the door. Learn more about us at www.tactileinc.com.
If you’re interested in becoming a part of the Tactile team please send us a note, your credentials, and a link to your portfolio at firstname.lastname@example.org.