UX/UI Design Intern - Summer 2024 Internship (Meraki)
Location:Offsite, San Francisco, California, US
Alternate LocationRemote, Anywhere, US
Area of InterestUser Experience Design
Compensation Range44000 USD - 130000 USD
Technology InterestInternet of Everything, Software Development
UX/UI Design Internship, Summer 2024 (May - August), full-time work schedule, Monday- Friday 40 hours per week.
Please include a link to your portfolio in your application or within your resume
Meraki makes setting up and maintaining reliable Internet and Internet-powered devices easier than ever before. We enable organizations everywhere, from local libraries to hotels operating worldwide, to focus on their mission and have technology that simply works.
We’re looking for a UX Design intern to join us in simplifying IT! As a UX intern at Meraki, you will design of interactions and components. Collaborating with other designers, researchers, and partners in product management and engineering, you will collect data and conduct research to understand users’ goals, and you will explore and iterate on solutions.
We place a high value on encouraging the growth and development of everyone on the team. On the UX team, we give and get feedback early and often, share what we know, and learn from each other. UX interns will be paired with a mentor and work closely with them throughout their internship.
The UX team’s primary focus is on software, but we also find opportunities to collaborate with teams across the organization and think about how to improve the entire customer journey.
Understand our users' domain, workflows, and difficulties to inform the design process effectively.
Build both lo-fi and hi-fi interactions, actively collaborating with team members to develop innovative and user-friendly prototypes.
Continuously refine designs based on feedback from peers, user research insights, usability testing results, analytics data, and other relevant sources.
Present clear and persuasive rationales for design decisions, ensuring stakeholders understand the user-centric approach behind the product choices.
Seek and incorporate feedback from fellow designers, researchers, and team collaborators to foster an environment of continuous improvement and excellence in design outcomes.
Authorized to work in the U.S. without requiring sponsorship now or in the future
Including but not limited to an upcoming graduate of a technical degree or certification program from a Technical Boot Camp, Apprenticeship, Community College or 4-Year University, or Graduate degree program
Passionate about user-centered design principles, consistently placing user needs and experiences at the core of the design process to create intuitive and meaningful digital interfaces.
Ability to work effectively in cross-functional teams, collaborating with individuals from diverse fields such as engineering, product, and more to achieve common design goals.
Investigate challenges in screen-based products, develop sophisticated solutions, and refine designs based on feedback and user insights.
Knowledge in low/high fidelity wireframing, rapid prototyping, storyboarding, illustration, and creating user flows, enabling the creation of cohesive and user-friendly digital interfaces and products.
Foundational understanding and familiarity with front-end code (HTML/CSS), enabling effective communication with developers and implementation of design concepts.
At Cisco Meraki, we’re challenging the status quo with the power of diversity, inclusion, and collaboration. When we connect different perspectives, we can imagine new possibilities, inspire innovation, and release the full potential of our people! We’re building an employee experience that includes appreciation, belonging, growth, and purpose for everyone.
Cisco is an Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, genetic information, age, disability, veteran status, or any other legally protected basis. Cisco will consider for employment, on a case-by-case basis, qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records.
When available, the salary range posted for this position reflects the projected hiring range for new hire, full-time salaries in U.S. locations, not including equity or benefits. For non-sales roles the hiring ranges reflect base salary only; employees are also eligible to receive annual bonuses. Hiring ranges for sales positions include base and incentive compensation target. Individual pay is determined by the candidate's hiring location and additional factors, including but not limited to skillset, experience, and relevant education, certifications, or training. Applicants may not be eligible for the full salary range based on their U.S. hiring location. The recruiter can share more details about compensation for the role in your location during the hiring process.
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