Technicon Design currently have an opening for an Automotive related project team working on User Experience (UX) / User interface (UI) to join our client’s Automotive team in Cheshire in the UK. The venture holds an exclusive opportunity to shape the vehicles of the future – working on a brand which is recognized as Luxury, Prestige and Exclusive.
As a Unity Engine Programmer you will play an active part in shaping the interaction between our Vehicle occupants and the future vehicles the company produce. The Driver and Passenger experience is developing with the migration into Autonomous vehicle progression – as interaction, lighting and ambience play a more significant role in our development projects.
Unity software programming is being used to centrally control multiple features in a full vehicle seating mock-up which allow full user interactions & experience tests and demonstrations. This also includes hardware features such as lighting, steering wheel switches, starting mechanisms, seat features, audio/sound and scent etc. This will replicate future digital car platforms that use a central computer system.
- Assisting in the build on the established system coding and respond to the UX team requests for a growing number of HMI interactions and clinic requirements for specific use case’s
- Work underneath the Senior Unity Developers in developing an understanding coding processes
- Contribute to building tools to facilitate the assembly of Ul’s across networks
- Building tools to take inputs into Unity from a wide range of hardware sources
- Some experience of coding required
- Experience with UGUI (Unity’s UI system) a benefit
- Experience with C# in Unity would be helpful.
- An eye for visual detail, and empathy for user experience is key.
- Experience with image editing software like Figma, Photoshop etc.
- An interest in the Automotive industry a plus
This vacancy is a contract position – and would require operating through a UK Limited Company inside of IR35.
Applicants must possess the ability to work in the UK without the need for Sponsorship.