Pier 86, W 46th St & 12th Ave
The position of Interactivity Design Developer is responsible for the design, development and installation of temporary and permanent interactive exhibit elements. The Interactivity Design Developer is a multi-faceted creative partner involved in both physical and technology based interactive elements. The Interactivity Design Developer works with a variety of software programs in the development and creation of structural, electrical, AV, graphic, illustration, programming, and interactive digital media.
· Familiarity with human-centered design methodologies for end users.
· A strong understanding of the connectivity between design and functionality.
· A basic background and documented ability to code in a variety of platforms.
· Ability to write clean and maintainable code.
· Must demonstrate a competency in Unity development using C# while creating applications in Unity 3D.
· Uses conventional and computer-assisted design / drafting (CAD/CAM software) to develop part layouts and assemblies for Interactive exhibit elements.
· Quickly and accurately complete shop drawings in AutoCAD.
· Utilizes knowledge of various tools, design and fabrication practices, and mathematics and building materials to create prototypes for public testing and team reviews.
· Makes final drawings, checks dimensions of parts, finish materials, parts interfaces and assemblies in preparation for fabrication.
· Creates bill of materials based on shop drawings and site conditions.
· Maintains an organized file system for production drawings, program files, graphics and as-built documents.
· Provide pricing information for exhibition elements and labor as required.
· Must have a minimum of four years’ experience or equivalent in Exhibition Interactivity Design and Production.
· Must be a self-starter with excellent problem solving skills.
· Must be able to meet deadlines in a fast-paced environment.
· Must be able to modify work hours on short notice to meet deadlines.
· Able to perform the job safely and comply with company safety rules.
· Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
· Read and interpret documents such as construction drawing, safety manuals, maintenance instructions and procedures manuals, and to write routine reports, operating instructions and correspondences.
· Must be able to speak effectively before other team members to communicate designs, progress, concepts, delays, solutions.
· Must be able to read blueprints, interpret and translate to physical structures.
· Performs other duties as required by management.
Minimum Education Required