Product Designer (Digital)

Location: Woking, GB

Product Designer (Digital)


What will you be creating?

In the realms of McLaren Applied, anything is possible, we work across multiple industries including motorsport, automotive, transportation and human performance taking our knowledge of data, simulation and modelling to create products to improve the world around us.


Where do you fit in?

Having expertise in digital design and a good knowledge of physical design you will contribute to the development of digital and physical products throughout the entire lifecycle.


Where will you have expertise?

  • Championing Digital Design and Design Processes and advocating the strategic value it brings to the business.
  • UX & UI across a variety of digital products, with an appetite to collaborate closely & share your knowledge with technical teams across functions including Modelling, Simulation and Data Science.
  • Design Processes & the strategic value it brings to the business; specifically, as a process to drive product innovation and understanding
  • Conceptualising, designing and developing digital products through to commercialisation
  • Strategic thinking, problem-solving & collaborative skills above ‘Pixel pushing’
  • Exceptional visual design with an ability to adapt style and language to the audience required.
  • Produce screen-based interactive prototypes
  • Translating sketched design concepts into assets and deliverables, using industry-standard digital tools (Adobe CC, Sketch, InVision, Figma, Principle Marvel, etc.)


Where do we fit in?

The Design Group sits in the Office of the Chief Technology Officer and collaborates with Product Marketing, Product Management, Chief Engineers and our Engineering Teams to create cutting edge, commercially viable products, services, and solutions. The Design Group is formed by three key teams; Strategy & Insight, Product Design, and Design Engineering. We pride ourselves on collaboration across the group and wider business and despite this role reporting into the Product Design Team, we expect all our Designers to comfortably stretch between Strategy and Engineering.