Industrial designers typically create finished products that emphasise the look, feel, safety and convenience of a product. They also understand manufacturing materials and processes making sure that products can be manufactured at the right price for the intended target market. The National Diploma: Three-Dimensional Design is an undergraduate qualification preparing graduates for a career in Industrial Design. Talented individuals who successfully complete this programme should be capable of providing junior level industrial design-related services. This may include being a member of a design and development team or a junior design entrepreneur. Before applying to study you must first find out more about Industrial Design use the links below as a place to start.
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