Peloton is seeking a Product UI Design Intern to take a supportive role in the creation of interactive interfaces for our core engagement products: such as the Peloton web and mobile apps, the Peloton Bike, and the Peloton Tread.

You will be supporting and learning from a team of talented creatives focused on interface design: how users interact with devices, how users process information, and ultimately how Peloton’s engagement products “look” and “feel”. You’ll be working on a fast moving team that’s rapidly changing the face of fitness industry.

Note: Along with your Resume a link to your online portfolio (or to a PDF of your work) is required. Applications without a portfolio are unlikely to be considered.

We are looking for an undergraduate or graduate student with a background in UI design that is able to commit at least 20 hours a week for a minimum of 8 weeks.

 

IN THIS ROLE YOU WILL:

  • Work closely and collaboratively with a Senior UI Designer, UX designer, and Product Manager on your team to fulfill the overall product/feature vision.
  • Help maintain design systems, files and libraries in conjunction with the wider Product UI Design team to ensure product-wide visual consistency.
  • Iterate and offer versions based on design critique or from learnings found in user testing or feature response.
  • Build out multi-version comps for user testing.
  • Provide prototypes/deliverables to describe interactions and motion to enhance UI.
  • Execute UI designs and package, spec, and prep for engineering.
  • QA developed software for visual perfection, and provide detailed feedback to engineering towards revisions.

 

ABOUT YOU:

  • Strong visual design aesthetic.
  • A portfolio or samples of work demonstrating relevant design experience.
  • Proficiency with Sketch, Photoshop, Illustrator and other design and prototyping tools. After Effects or other motion graphics tools are a plus.
  • Attention to detail and a strong sense of ownership.
  • Focused and dedicated to how products “look” and “feel”.
  • Design velocity: ability and willingness to quickly produce multiple concepts.
  • Excellent communication and organizational skills.
  • Collaborative and iterative approach to product design.
  • Experience designing for a variety of screen sizes and platforms: for fully responsive web experiences and/or for mobile (touch-device) apps.

 

BONUS IF YOU HAVE EXPERIENCE:

  • Prototyping UI interactivity and in incorporating motion/animation into UI.
  • Building element-based UI design library and style guide.
  • Designing for: native consumer-facing apps; interactive game or content experiences; experiences arger touch screens and/or TV interfaces.

 

ABOUT PELOTON:

Founded in 2012, Peloton is an innovative tech company that brings members the best workouts possible, all from the convenience of their own home via the Bike,Tread and iOS App platforms. Peloton uses technology and design to connect the world through fitness, empowering people to be the best version of themselves anywhere, anytime.
 
Peloton believes in taking risks and challenging the status quo by continuously innovating and improving.  We put our users, members, and customers first and we obsess over every touch point of the member experience – be it the studio, product or showroom.  We like to hire the best and encourage all our associates to be Peloton’s brand ambassadors.  Most importantly, we know that together we go far.
 

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