An Industrial Designer not only conceptualises but also develops consumer products. These products are used daily and can be categorised as cars, toys, home appliances, electronics, etc.
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Career prospects & criteria
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B. Des in Industrial design
B. Tech in Mechanical/ Automobile/ Electrical engineering
Diploma/M. Des in Industrial Designing
What you need to get started
Pre-entry experience is highly recommended.
Experience gained through freelance work, industrial placements, design competitions, specific projects or exhibitions will give a distinct advantage.
Good eye for details
Excellent sketching and drawing skills
CAD- digital rendering of the products
Understanding and implementing the design process
Functionality and Aesthetics
Understanding of ergonomics