How Industrial Design has Changed in the Last 10 Years?

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Written by Brian Ling (Design Sojourn)
Jul 14, 2013

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A great little video that accurately describes the changes the Industrial Design profession has gone through in the last 10 years. Notably how in the past a product’s form was largely driven by the engineering components inside it. But today, with miniaturisation and the move to digital, our Industrial Design solutions can be anything. The question is what?

Via: Frog

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Sven Meuleman
Nov 23, 13 – 9:41 pm

Great video, I like how they are actually just making prototypes themself. I usually just make 3D printing methods because it’s much faster to create complex shapes.

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