Magic Leap’s mission is to harmonize people and technology to create a better, more unified world. Magic Leap is a team of creatives and technologists building a personal, spatial computing platform that seamlessly blends the digital and physical worlds. Magic Leap’s healthcare team is changing the world of consumer well-being, diagnostics, and digital therapeutics, and is looking to expand its team.

Job Description

We are seeking a creative and collaborative interaction designer that demonstrates ability to create compelling visual experiences, in the health and wellness vertical that draw on the results of user research and workflow analysis. Candidates should be comfortable working in an R&D environment where prototyping is a part of their day to day routine and collaborate comfortably with engineers, PMs, Product and creative leads. Candidates should have 6+ years experience in front-end interaction design and be excited to solve next-generation design problems beyond existing computing paradigms.


  • Collaborate with R&D, engineering, sensors, clinical and product teams to conceptualize and design experiences in the health and wellness space
  • Conduct design research, initiate ideas, develop concepts and translate them into intuitive interfaces and user experiences for prototypes and full end-to-end app development and product development under medical device and HIPAA design controls
  • Work closely with app developers to develop prototypes and interactions using mixed reality platform
  • Work on experiences, build prototypes and design explorations for next generations product
  • Work closely with other designers and engineers to ensure a high-quality design, development and implementation of digital health applications under medical device and HIPAA design controls
  • Be the user advocate throughout the entire design and production process
  • Develop user flows, concept diagrams, wireframes, visual mockups, run user studies and test experiences on mixed reality device
  • Work with product leads closely to ensure user experience and needs are met
  • Follow a creative process and advocate it within the team, communicate closely with project leads and guide the team towards the project vision
  • Work with and support external companies by sharing design best practices, improving UX/UI  and overall product


  • 6+ years of relevant professional and creative experience
  • Strong design methodology, experience shipping products
  • Strong problem-solving skills; this job is much more than just making things pretty
  • Interest in technology and curiosity around the future of computing and experience platforms
  • Excellent communication skills highly collaborative individual
  • Team player capable of working well with others and leveraging other people’s skills and strengths to deliver a stellar product
  • Systematic thinking and a desire to make/prototype solutions in order to fail fast and learn quickly
  • Ability to rapidly generate compelling visuals and to design in a range of styles
  • Ability to think and design in 3D
  • Ability to combine analytical problem solving with refined graphic design skills
  • Adobe Creative Suite (Photoshop and Illustrator) experience is a must
  • Professional, responsible, flexible and extremely reliable
  • Strong design mentality and intuition for game mechanics and game flow
  • Extremely solid written and verbal communication skills
  • Ability to conceptualize, prototype, and iterate on features
  • Comfort and experience working with development teams is a plus
  • Knowledge of the Unity game engine is a plus
  • Passion for the HealthCare and Wellness space
  • Experience with FDA, medical device, HIPAA regulations a strong plus
  • 3D visualization of data is strongly preferred
  • Fast learner, inspired by challenges


  • BA/BS in Human Computer Interaction or related subject

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  • All your information will be kept confidential according to Equal Employment Opportunities guidelines.

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