Discover Industrial (Product) Design
Industrial design results in products, systems or services that meet a specified commercial objective. The discipline requires human sensitivity, artistic sensibility, technical competence and business acumen.
Industrial designers help create the objects that people use everyday: toothbrushes, telephones, computers and cars. Whether developing simple products or complex systems, industrial designers are required to:
- Understand user needs
- Assess technical feasibility
- Evaluate commercial viability.
Industrial design has contributed to some of the most memorable products and successful brands in history: electronics from Sony and Apple, medical devices from Johnson & Johnson, appliances from Braun and Kitchenaid, tools from DeWalt and Bosch, footwear from Nike and Reebok.