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About Microsoft:

Microsoft was established in 1985 by Irwin M. Jacobs and six other co-founders. Its early research into CDMA wireless cell phone technology was funded by selling a two-way mobile digital satellite communications system known as Omnitracs. It is an American multinational corporation headquartered in San Diego, California, and incorporated in Delaware. It creates semiconductors, software, and services related to wireless technology


Work collaboratively with the world’s best user experience researchers, program managers, product planners and developers from the early stages of planning through implementation.

Identify opportunities and generate innovative ideas, to influence the design direction and make our already popular products even more successful.

Demonstrate customer obsession by focusing on customer & user needs, and translate those into product experiences

Create and assess design solutions based on user research input, user goals, and business requirements

Understand Microsoft’s design principles and frameworks and apply them consistently in the design process.

Advocate for your design solutions by putting them in context of business and user goals

Create wireframes, journey maps, user jobs and scenarios, task flows, and personas in support of interaction designs for software-based experiences.

Participate in periodic design reviews, evaluate the designs against the project and design goals, and help identify & mitigate any gaps and risks.

Eligibility Criteria:

Currently pursuing a Bachelor’s Degree in Industrial Design, Product Design, Human Computer Interaction or related field

Must have at least one additional quarter/semester of school remaining following the completion of the internship.


Preferred skill:

A portfolio showcasing creative thinking, proficiency in translating research insights into great product experiences, and reflecting the synthesis of good visual & interaction design principles.

Strong problem-solving skills and a command of interaction and visual design capabilities.

Knowledge of methods for gathering and analyzing UX research data.   

User-centric approach to design and an understanding of how to apply research insights into design.