UI Designer | Sound Team (d/f/m)
- You will design interfaces for Max for Live instruments and effects for Ableton Packs, in collaboration with sound content specialists and third party developers
- You will work with product owners, users and other stakeholders to understand how musicians use our products in order to translate that information into problems to solve
- You will ideate, sketch, mock up and prototype concepts together with your team
- As part of the product team you’ll work with other product designers to deliver modern and visually coherent updates to Ableton’s instruments and effects
- You’ll work with developers to prototype and implement interfaces. Together you’ll determine how our interface needs should influence technical decisions and vice versa
- A proven ability to deliver beautiful, usable interfaces based on a user-centered design process
- Experience working collaboratively with teams of developers and other designers delivering UIs for desktop, mobile or web applications
- The skills to present and explain design decisions to non-designers
- The ability to draw on wider discussion from the design and music community to improve the interfaces of our products and our practice of design
- Fluency in spoken and written English
- Ability to relocate to Germany
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Ableton makes Ableton Live, a unique product for producing and performing music with a computer, Push, an instrument that puts the fundamental elements of music-making at your fingertips, and a technology that keeps devices in time over a wireless network: Link. Ableton currently employs around 300 people from its offices in Berlin, Germany; Pasadena, California and Tokyo, Japan. You may or may not have heard of Ableton, but you've almost certainly heard it: in your favorite songs, at concerts, in clubs, in TV theme tunes, during awards shows, and at the theater.