Intern UX Research (m/f/d)

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Are you enthusiastic about innovations and fascinated by new technologies and trends? Do you want to help shaping and advancing the successful path of HYVE – the leading innovation consultancy and agency in the German-speaking world? Seize your chance and become a Intern UX Research (m/f/d) at HYVE!

What you will do at HYVE

Support our team with:
  • preparing and organising research activities (recruitment, research questions and activity plan)
  • conducting research studies (moderating interviews, note taking, moderating online activities)
  • analysing quantitative and qualitative learnings and deducing concrete to-do‘s from it
  • condensing insights and translating them into actionable presentations / documentations

What you should bring along

You are...
  • in your Bachelors / in your Masters (Design, Psychology, Human Factors or related)
  • passionate about and experienced in understanding users and their needs
  • interested in developing and exploring new testing methods
  • an analytical and well structured thinker, as well as a a creative mind
  • fluent in German and English
  • interested in solving current challenges in the area of sustainability!

What we offer you

  • the opportunity to learn and practice the HYVE approach to open innovation and customer- centric innovation and a steep learning curve
  • insights into the product development of our clients, state-of-the-art technologies and trends
  • an international and interdisciplinary work environment

Interested in the position?

About HYVE

We are inventors and explorers in an era in which innovation must be rethought. As an award-winning innovation company with over 4,000 successfully implemented innovation projects, we co-create solutions from the idea to the market-ready product. We enable entire organizations to become better innovators. We also set up our own start-ups. This enables us to research and experience new trends and technologies and put our own methods on the proof.

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