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Industrial design is the art of designing products, devices, and objects through innovation, quality services, and strategic solutions. The purpose of industrial design is to constantly improve products, systems, opportunities, organisations, and experience. Hence, it focuses on the physical outlook, functionality, and production of a product to meet high standards for good value and experience.

Modern Industrial design has widened its boundaries by collaborating with many perspectives from strategists, engineers, user interface designers, user experience designers, project managers, branding experts, graphic designers, customers, and manufacturers, to increase their knowledge of every problem and to make the best possible solution.

This field is one of the most highly competitive fields there is. It does not only involve innovative ideas and strategies but also an emotional effect that will connect users to the product. However, expecting a successful outcome without industrial design as a component of an organisation or firm's system would be futile. A few examples of Industrial designing products are Mini Cooper, Coke Contour Bottle, Piaggio Vespa Scooter, Hasselblad 500C Camera, Alessi Juicy Salif, Edge of Belgravia Knife, Rocking Wheel Chair, Dyson cyclone vacuum, Bergmonch bike, Cipher drinking glass, Eames Lounge Chair, Plumen 001 light bulb, iPod / iPhone / iPad, iMac, Rising table, Curl lamp, 22 Hybrid Tube Amplifier, KitchenAid stand mixer, Moody Aquarium Sink, Ladder (concept), Tip Ton chair, Anglepoise lamp, LO Mindport, Maglite, and Blow radiator.


Study levels:

The study levels that offer the Industrial Design course are:

Bachelor of Arts (BA)
Bachelor of Industrial Design
Bachelor of Design (B.Des)
Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.)
Master of Arts (MA)
Master of Industrial Design
Master of Design (M.Des)
Master of Science (M.Sc.)
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.). in Industrial Design
Postgraduate Diploma / Certificate (PGDip / PGCert)


The specialization subjects offered in an Industrial Design degree are:

Throwing Caps


Fashion Design
Apparel Design
Graphic Design
Textile Design
Game Design

Web Design
Jewellery Design
UI/UX Design
Visual Merchandising
Lifestyle Accessory Design



Industrial Design courses enable students to skilfully design, create, research, and test their products accurately. They also teach them to apply digital skills such as graphic modelling, multimedia, and web design to create design concepts that take into account the social, environmental, functional, financial, and aesthetics aspects.

Designers for manufacturing corporations typically work for forty hours per week, spending the majority of their time at the office and some of their time travelling to locations where manufacturing facilities are available.


    The employment options available for graduates with an Industrial Design degree are:

    Acoustic Transducer Engineer
    Assistant Mechanical Designer
    Automotive Designer
    Chip Designer
    Class-A Surface Industrial Designer
    Content Designer
    Custom Fabrication Sketchup Designer
    Digital Designer
    Eyewear Designer
    Freelance Designer
    Furniture Designer
    Graphic Designer
    Human Factors Engineer
    Industrial Design Researcher
    Industrial Designer
    In-house Designer


    Interior Designer
    Mechanical Design Engineer
    Mechanical Drafter
    Mechanical Engineer/Designer
    Metal Seal Designer
    Mobile Product Designer
    Package Designer
    Product Designer
    Product Development Manager
    Project Designer
    Senior Designer
    Senior Industrial Designer
    Senior Product Designer
    Senior Staff Product Designer
    Senior User Experience Designer
    Senior UX Designer
    Sheetmetal Design Engineer
    Strategic Designer
    Technical Designer
    Toy Designer
    TV/Movie/Theatre Set Designer
    UI/UX Designer
    Unigraphics UG NX Product Designer
    User Experience Designer
    UX Interaction Designer
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