Johnson & Johnson Medical Companies produce a broad range of innovative products and solutions used primarily by health care professionals in the fields of orthopedics, neurological disease, infection prevention, cardiovascular disease, and aesthetics. As the most comprehensive devices business in the world, Johnson & Johnson Medical Devices is best suited to serve evolving customer needs, train more surgeons to improve standards of care, and treat more patients globally as access expands.
The Surgical Process Institute (SPI) is part of the Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies since November 2017. As a local start-up, we develop digital technologies that improve the standardization of surgical workflows in the operating theater and thus contribute to a continuous improvement of the health care system. SPI’s unique digitized and customizable surgery workflow engines enable surgery teams to perform more efficiently, reduce operating time, and deliver better patient outcomes.
Be the artist that weaves our vision, brand and corporate design into all our digital products.
As an employee at The Surgical Process Institute, a part of Johnson & Johnson, you will be one of the defining forces of our design system.
UI Designer for Surgery (f/m/d)
- Develop and convey consistent UI vision for all products by establishing best practices and highly reusable design patterns
Deliver a design that is easily translatable into some real life html/css/js code
- Support product management end-to-end with prototypes, mockups
Review the work of developers to assure the best level of quality and consistency
- You have a track record of designed interactions, UIs and/or UX for software
- You’re a true fan of the agile mindset
- You communicate easily with tech and non-tech teams, individuals and managers about your design vision and how this creates value for them
- You have experience in healthcare or a highly regulated sector or have even contributed to building software as a medical device? Wonderful!
- If investigating how users work and interact is the first step of you're thinking;
- if you can sketch with hands;
- if you're more interested in System Design than complete freedom in you design process;
- if for you Atomic Design is not a way to make bombs in Photoshop;
- if Accessibility (Barrierefrei) and Usability first is your way to creativity;
if for a User Interface being "easy to use" is more important than being "slick";
- if typography stays for you as the first UI element;
- if working from an existing UI graphic library in order to make it better and fitting specific needs, is not a burden for you but a thrilling challenge;
- if animation and sounds are more a way to inform than a way to delight;
- if prototyping with animation is the only way to figure out how a UI will work;
- if using a versioning tool for design is normal daily business to you;
- if you don't need special tools but you're ok to use Figma or anything else instead;
- if Data Visualization doesn't only mean Data in a Table;
Surgical Process Institute(7932).