Industrial Design is a subject that uses Engineering and Design elements in order to create products that look great and function perfectly. People who work in Industrial Design have a keen eye for detail, precision, a sense of beauty, and problem-solving skills.
Industrial Design courses follow a hands-on approach. Most of your learning will happen while you work on various tasks and projects assigned by professors. Classes also focus on the design process, materials and how they are chosen, electronics, and digital media. Engineering principles and 3D printing will also be an important part of the curriculum. To put it shortly, you will discover how to create quality products from design to delivery, while also adding your personal touch and creativity.
There are people who simply want things to work, and there are others who’d rather have them look great and…barely work. If you choose to study Industrial Design, you’re likely in neither of those teams You want the best of both worlds, and sometimes that can be difficult, but it’s definitely worth it.
People appreciate beautiful design, so you will have to use creativity in the products you create. Sure, that smartphone may be the fastest, or that car might be electric, but the unique design, perfect curves and colour really make it stand out.
Industrial Design graduates offer career options that are rather designer-centric, but the fields and specialisations are varied. For instance, you can work in the: Automotive Industry, Software Industry, Consumer Products Design, Exhibition Design, Special Effects Field, Marketing Department, or Logistics and Supply Chains.Read more
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