The CMF intern will support Education product development with an opportunity to work closely with a multi-disciplinary design & engineering team. You will be responsible for trend research, creating CMF proposals, and CMF specifications for CMF research projects on Neurodiversity students and CMF trendscast. In addition, the CMF intern will support building current and future CMF strategy and color palette, collecting and organizing digital/physical inspirational samples as part of making the CMF Library.
This program will help the education team explore how material and tactility can better serve neurodiverse and adaptive needs users. As project Grandin was our first step in exploring audio needs for neurodiverse students, this internship project will explore a wider gamut of material needs across categories, deep-diving into what helps this group of hypersensitive and high-touch users. This work will help influence our future projects and the broader Logi portfolio.