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Industrial Design (ID) is the professional application of designing products, devices, objects, and services used by millions of people around the world every day.


Industrial designers typically focus on the physical appearance, functionality, and manufacturability of a product, but they are often involved much more during a development cycle. All this ultimately extends to the overall enduring value and experience a product or service provides for end-users. Every object you interact with on a daily basis in your home, office, school, or public environment is the result of a design process. In the process, countless decisions are made by the industrial designer (and the team) aimed at improving your life through well-executed design.

Working Places:

Common Skill Set:

  • Automotive and Transportation

  • Consumer Electronics

  • Furniture

  • Glassware

  • Environments and Retail

  • Toys and Accessories

  • Medicine and Health

  • Commercial and Industrial

  • Personal and Lifestyle

  • Packaging

  • Service

  • Food

  • Drawing and Sketching

  • Three Dimensional Visualization

  • Three Dimensional Visual Realism

  • User Research

  • Persona Creation

  • Visual Storytelling

  • Color, Materials, and Surfaces

  • Basic Engineering and Manufacturing

  • Basic Computer Programming

  • Production processes

  • Marketing and Branding

  • Administration

  • Rapid Prototyping and Testing

Videos on Industrial Design:

What is Industrial Design?

Dr. Aren E. Kurtgözü




What is Industrial Design?

A short promotional video where you can examine the detailed description and history of Industrial Design.

What is Industrial Design?

Short video by the World Design Organization (WDO).

Industrial Design Education

Most professional industrial designers earn a bachelor's degree from an accredited academic institution. Master's and doctoral degrees in design are also available for those who wish to further academic studies in the field of design.

Industrial Design Clubs

We believe that industrial designer candidates should pay attention to social work to gain experience. For this reason, design clubs whose general audience consists of students provide support for design students in parallel with their education life.

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