At Verkada, we’re rethinking what it means to be physically safe. Today, we build security cameras that detect action, identify danger and help keep people and places safe and secure. Using a combination of software and hardware, we’re transforming an industry that has seen little innovation for decades—and we already support thousands of customers. But this is just the beginning. We envision a world in which security systems feel as seamless and modern as the organizations they protect and our enterprise solution becomes a model for not just business security, but public security as well.
As a Packaging Industrial Designer at Verkada, you’ll develop packaging for all new products as a part of a growing team of hardware engineers and designers. You’ll maintain and evolve Verkada’s product design language by creating packaging solutions that emulate our core brand principles, reduce ecological impact, and deliver premium out of box experiences for our customers. You’ll make a big impact — your designs will be a part of Verkada’s quickly expanding portfolio of products. This position reports directly to the VP of Design.
Contribute to the visual and physical language of our brand through the design of our packaging.
Utilize user-centric thinking and strong aesthetic sensibility to align our brand to customer needs.
Work collaboratively with design, engineering, manufacturing, operations and marketing on complex technical programs in a fast-paced environment.
Contribute concepts and problem solving across multiple projects.
Collaborate in establishing core concepts and design specifications from initial research to ideation all the way to production.
Translate ideas and sketches into structural prototypes, 3D renderings and packaging dielines.
Deliver packaging design concepts with a high level of sensitivity to form and function, attention to detail and conceptual clarity.
At Verkada, we rethink what it means to be physically safe. We build disruptive, out-of-the-box, security solutions that detect action, identify danger, and keep people and places safe. Using a combin...