Product design, also known as industrial design, combines the knowledge of design, engineering, and manufacturing processes to create functional products. It may contain tests in order to determine whether their products meet all requirements, then document the results.
The majority of entry-level positions require applicants to hold bachelor's degrees in fields related to engineering & industrial design. Creative problem solvers who enjoy designing useful items may do very well at this career.
Most employers require that job candidates be familiar with the type of product that they wish to work with. For example, those applying to information technology companies should be familiar with computers, while those applying to automotive manufacturers should be familiar with cars. In general, employers require a few years of related work experience.
Since product design engineers often use computers to create designs and reports, they should be proficient in certain software applications, such as AutoCAD, CATIA, CREO, Solid works.
Why products design?
It's important to gain some relevant work experience to build your portfolio and establish a useful network of contacts. Look for an industrial designer in your area and ask if you can complete a placement with them during your university studies. In some cases, a placement could even lead to a permanent job.
Look out for product or industrial design competitions that you could enter, or exhibitions that you could take part in. Anything that can add to your portfolio will be helpful. You will need to be able to demonstrate the breadth of your work and any specialist interests. Keep up to date with industry trends and developments by reading design journals to find out about new technology.
Introduction to CAD/CAE
2D Drafting & Annotation
Printing & Plotting
3D Modeling Using AutoCAD
Introduction to Advanced 3D Modeling Using CREO
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