Industrial Design 1.1
This course will focus on basic processes and principles of industrial design and product development. An emphasis will be placed on user-centered problems solving and methods for achieving innovative results. Multiple semester projects are structured around key design concepts and individual career interests. Projects are structured to reinforce research, concept generation and refinement, resulting in solutions that address functional and aesthetic issues. Regular formal reviews with enable individuals to develop verbal and visual presentation skills, and formal lectures will be balanced against one-on-one in-studio instruction. Offered fall.
Scott Colosimo '04, the CIA Industrial Design grad who's established his own motorcycle company, Cleveland CycleWerks, has taken the first step toward moving production of his bikes to Cleveland.
Associate Professor - Industrial Design
Profile: Doug Paige has been both a practicing design professional and educator with a focus on design proces...more
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