Product Designer, Maps Automotive

Santa Clara Valley (Cupertino), California, United States


Weekly Hours: 40
Role Number:200250634
Apple Maps is looking for a Senior Product Designer to lead our Driving and Navigation experiences across iOS and CarPlay. This person will be responsible for crafting safe, beautiful, and easy-to-use visual and audio guidance interfaces. The ideal candidate has an automotive background and perspectives on how emerging technologies influence the driver and passenger experiences. This role requires delivering high fidelity visual design as well as interactive motion prototypes.

Key Qualifications

  • Strong command of visual and communication design principles
  • Rigorous attention to detail
  • Creative and resourceful
  • Proficient at extending existing design patterns across platforms
  • Deep systems thinker, able to optimize complex information architecture
  • Enjoys improving existing patterns and finding innovative solutions for new features and use cases
  • Flexible and comfortable with ambiguity and change during a project


Apple Maps is used by millions of people everyday to get directions and navigate to places all around the world. We’re looking for a senior product designer to reimagine how drivers and passengers get from A to B. This product designer will create user experiences for iOS, CarPlay, iPad OS, macOS, and watchOS. They will have strong communication skills as the position requires working closely with other designers, engineering, product marketing, and presenting to executive sponsors. Responsibilities of this position also include: creating detailed interaction and pixel specs; preparing assets for use in a variety of platforms: engineering implementation, Web use or Keynote presentations; maintaining up-to-date files and uniform naming conventions; ensuring design consistency across all assets and products. Above all, the role requires a dedicated individual who understands Apple’s high standards and design aesthetic to the core.

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