When the concept itself or the concept designer cannot convey the idea or design to the engineer or manufacturing, it becomes the industrial designer’s job to walk the line between concept and engineering in order to convey the challenging concept to engineering and manufacturing. This class will not only explore personal experiences of a professional industrial designer working between concept and manufacturing, but will also identify key workflows or processes of how the industrial designer can communicate design concepts more effectively through communication techniques with engineering and manufacturing. This class is for anyone who would like to learn or have an understanding of the workflow and thought process of the industrial design industry and learn class-explained techniques and workflows to communicate concept and designs to others.
- Discover the industrial designer's deliverables
- Discover user scenarios and examples for group discussion and comment
- Learn how current creative and CAD software are integrated within the design processes
- Learn techniques and workflows which the industrial designer can use to communicate with engineering and manufacturing
Designing and drawing has always been Eric Bansen’s true career passion, but he has found himself working for a variety of companies generating, developing, and communicating new product and automotive design products, from concept through production. Eric has found that this diversification of design work has challenged him through the learning of new technologies, processes, and problem-solving techniques in the design industry. Currently based in Novi, Michigan, Eric works as a technical CAD consultant for i GET IT Online Training For Engineers from Tata Technologies, focusing on online e-training for engineers and designers alike. Eric has created numerous online training courses for i GET IT in both text and video format.