Create breakthrough design experiences that delight our customers across the globe.
Who We Are
We bring deep, strategic user experience, and visual expertise to product development. We collaborate with clients and colleagues throughout the development lifecycle to deliver breakthrough products that are seen and used by hundreds of thousands of customers worldwide. In a design strategy job, you’ll be a part of a talented community of UI, UX, visual, motion, illustration, brand, and marketing designers, along with design technologists, researchers, writers, and others–all working in concert to shape BCG’s creative vision and excite our customers around the globe.
If you’re ready to pave the way for innovation with your extensive knowledge of design thinking, human-centered design, and the latest technological tools to solve many of the world’s most important problems, join us. Learn more about our design strategy jobs below.
Featured Design Strategy Jobs
Strategic Designer (Ethnographer)
Study audience attitudes, behaviors, and motivations to deliver insights into their tendencies and habits, and bring these observations to life through conceptual design.
Experience Designer (UX)
Draw upon your creativity and experience to optimize user-experience journeys that will help clients tackle their biggest business challenges and transform their existing offerings.
Visual Designer (UI)
Develop and deliver experience-centric visual designs that pioneer cutting-edge solutions to help our clients address business problems.
BCG Design Studios
We’re a dynamic team of creative leaders, technology strategists, graphic designers, videographers, and others. Join us and accelerate your design career working alongside some of the top minds in the industry.
Discover Our Design Strategy Jobs
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Design Strategy Virtual Experience Program
Take a peek behind the scenes through our Virtual Experience Program to get a true feeling for what it’s like working in a design strategy job creating experience-centric designs for our global clients at BCG.